Small Dated Broad Ripple Kitchen Gets Total Transformation

Our homeowner loved her home and the location, but it needed updating and a more efficient use of the condensed space she had for her kitchen. She is a master chef who frequently filled her home with friends and family, however she found herself alone in the kitchen for meal prep due to the cramped space and inability for more than one person to function at a time.

We creatively opened the kitchen and a small eat-in area to create a more open kitchen for multiple cooks to work together. We created a coffee station/serving area with floating shelves. In order to preserve the existing windows, we stepped a base cabinet down to maintain adequate counter prep space. With custom cabinetry reminiscent of the era of this home and a glass tile backsplash she loved, we were able to give her the kitchen of her dreams in a home she already loved. We attended a holiday cookie party at her home upon completion, and were able to experience firsthand, multiple cooks in the kitchen and hear the oohs and ahhs from family and friends about the amazing transformation of her spaces.

Location: Southern Broad Ripple

Unique features:

  • Opened up kitchen by removing interior wall from a breakfast nook to create more space for the kitchen
  • Maple kitchen cabinets with cinnamon stain
  • Quartz counter tops
  • Glass tile back splash
  • Stainless appliances
  • Floating wood shelves

Designer: Janice Pattee

Duration: 13 weeks

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