Cupboards and drawers were what Molly Dinneen craved. An inviting style and reliable appliances were also missing from the kitchen of her 1925 Minneapolis foursquare, but the limited mishmash of original and 1980s near-match cabinets was what really got to her. Turning to the David Heide Design Studio, she asked for a bright, functional space with a place for everything. She could do without an island, but she did want granite countertops, stainless-steel appliances, and a roomy apron sink. And did we mention more storage?
New spots for the range and sink, capacious cabinets, and lots of counter space provide fresh style and function.
Designer: David Heide Design StudioPaint:
HC-36 Hepplewhite Ivory (cabinets); Benjamin MooreCustom pendant-light fixture: LightworksCeiling fan: Minka GroupRug, tray, and herb container: West ElmMugs and pedestal server: Pottery Barn