Chef's Dream Kitchen
Rob and Vivian Cohen live in a charming traditional 1930s home in a great neighborhood. The couple is hoping a design expert will turn their meager kitchen into a culinary great room.
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Rob and Vivian Cohen live in a charming traditional 1930s home in a great neighborhood. Vivian is a part-time caterer, and both she and Rob love to cook and entertain guests for dinner, but their kitchen has always been a source of embarrassment.
After much consideration, they decide on the design team of Chuck Sacco and Yvonne Landivar. With an original budget of $60,000, Sacco and Landivar turn a tiny outdated kitchen and dining room into a classic country kitchen.
Before the makeover this space was too white and too small. Now the space is transformed into a culinary great room this couple can enjoy and share with friends.
cabinets (Morris door with Alma caramel finish) - Omega
Thermador Pro Range, pot filler in satin nickel finish (Franke) - Purcell Murray
walnut countertops (Spekva) - Crown Custom Imports
refrigerator - Sub Zero
Vinnata and Wellspring faucets in brushed chrome - Kohler
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