This family room is adjacent to the kitchen and it was important for both rooms to blend together. Using the same cabinetry along with decorative elements created furniture for the space.
This relatively small kitchen in a townhome was greatly improved by a new design incorporating a "G" shape. Relocating the sink and cooking created efficient workspace for the cook while allowing others to intermingle at the bar seating.
It is very important, when designing a kosher kitchen, to have ample preparation and storage space for meat and dairy dishes and cookware. This kitchen exemplifies specific zones for each task with a center island for additional work space.
It was important to have seating as well as plenty of pantry storage. An empty wall was used to accomplish both. A built-in table is surrounded by floor to ceiling pantry storage along with specific storage for Passover dishes and cookware. This made preparing for the holiday much easier as all was right at hand.
Raising the ceiling, expanding the shower and separating his and her vanities was key to this master bathroom. Additional storage was gained as well as a central focal point with the bath and Palladium window above.