floor plans that show the after of a remodeled 1850s cottage kitchen
Floor Plans: Ian Worpole
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What They Did

1. Removed the wall between the kitchen and family room, eliminating two door swings, and built a peninsula with cabinet storage for games on one side and cubbies for cookbooks on the other.

2. Raised the existing window 10 inches so that it sits just above the backsplash behind a new farmhouse sink.

3. Created a mini mudroom in the 3½-by-5½-foot entry space with a narrow bench, baskets, and coat hooks.

4. Relocated the stove to form a work triangle with the new sink and the fridge, which was also relocated. The configuration required rerouting plumbing and gas pipes and rewiring.

5. Added a table and chairs for a breakfast area that can double as an additional prep zone.
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