The Feldmans love their home but they are frustrated with their congested and poorly designed kitchen.
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When Jonathan and Debbie Feldman found their dream home, it was big enough to accommodate their growing family and they loved the combination of traditional styling and an open floor plan. Life with two children under the age of 3 means plenty of time in the kitchen, however, and the Feldmans found the layout of their new kitchen congested and frustrating. Now they need an expert's help to create an inviting and efficient space.
After meeting with all the designers, the Feldmans decide on Earl Miller's French country design. With an increased budget, Miller is able to open up and coordinate the kitchen space with the family and dining rooms. The color palette and design details may be subtle, but the entire renovation is nothing short of dramatic.
Before the makeover the Feldman family kitchen was congested with little room to move about efficiently. Debbie found the kitchen frustrating to work in. Now their kitchen is open and inviting with lots of countertop space to work with.
stainless steel range (RJGR4872A) - Jade
cabinetry (Grand Tour) - The Kitchen Factory
backsplash (Palais Pierre Collection: brushed and honed claro travertine - field tile 3" x 6", ogee 1 1/2" x 6", cord 5/8" x 6"), decorative border (Baba Chic Collection) - Country Floors
farm sink (Dickinson by Kohler: #K-6546-4U), faucet (Fairfax by Kohler: #K-12177-BN) - Snyder Diamond
counterop (Noche travertine with antique finish) - Rubin Marble & Granite
TV/computer monitor (Phillips: #15PF9925/175) SMC Automation