The cherry base cabinets, topped with Silestone counters, were configured in an L shape. The Campbells separated the bank of cabinets into two rectangles at the counter's seam, then placed the 8-foot and 6-foot sections on opposite walls. Here, on the sink side, "we made sure the basement door next to the dishwasher could open all the way," says Jack. "It just fit! It's like we were Cinderella and the kitchen was the glass slipper."