A Design Reconfiguration

This Farmers Branch kitchen started out with a less-than-perfect layout that did not lend itself to a functional kitchen or living space. We set out to redesign the space to create a formal dining area as well configure the kitchen in a way that would allow for entertaining. Keeping in mind that the homeowners love to entertain we changed where things were located and how the kitchen worked without moving any walls. This kitchen has a traditional look with an element of contemporary sleekness to give the space some sizzle.

The existing island was replaced with a an island with a half moon bump out bar and positioned perpendicular to the dining room wall. A wine bar was added along one kitchen wall with a specialty sink located in the island nearby. Every element of this kitchen has a purpose and function.

There is definitely some eye candy in this kitchen! The granite countertops give it a punch of elegance and the dark rose colored paint helps to brighten the space.

For more information on the products used in this kitchen as well as some additional inspiration, images check out our feature in DFW House and Home magazine!

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