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    Built in the 1970s, this home’s segmented rooms and closed off kitchen were no longer functioning efficiently for this busy family of five. They desired an updated kitchen and an open floor plan that would maximize space, including the underutilized formal dining room. After combining three separate rooms into one large space that spans the rear of the home, the result is a bright, modern and functional kitchen and living space.
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    To enlarge the kitchen, the wall between the kitchen and formal dining room (which was being used as a playroom) was removed.
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    After remodeling, a built-in desk with a quartz countertop, ceramic tile backsplash, illuminated glass-front cabinets and open shelving anchors one end of the kitchen.
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    Custom finishes include two-toned cabinetry, quartz countertops and a unique maple butcher block-topped movable island. A shimmering metal mosaic tile accent stripe pulls the eye around the room, drawing everything together.
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  • The 36-inch 5-burner gas range features a stainless chimney hood and a sparkling metallic backsplash tile.
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    A stainless farmhouse sink completes the modern look.
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    The kitchen's half-wall was removed, creating one large great room. New hardwood floors throughout tie the area together.
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    The family room and fireplace anchor the opposite end of the space. "We love our kitchen and could not be happier with the quality of work and the process it took to get here."
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    View from the family room, looking toward the kitchen. A huge sliding glass door draws in light and provides views of the expansive backyard.
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