The original kitchen has new cabinets, appliances, and prep space, and now connects to the breakfast room, which kept a sink.
1. Cut an opening between the kitchen and breakfast room to improve
traffic flow while preserving the original kitchen's footprint.
2. Walled off where the second kitchen was (putting the space to use as a powder room) and built a new storage/sink wall.
3. Added a new worktable that evokes vintage kitchens while accommodating the existing windows.
4. Put in an island with a double sink, dishwasher, and second oven for improved work flow, more prep space, and snack seating.