Before: Narrow and outdated
THEN The family prepared meals at a tiny butcher-block island.
After: Sleek and spacious design
NOW The hard-working quartz-topped island, which doubles as a dining space, has a microwave and bank of drawers tucked underneath to enhance its ease of use. “We used to run downstairs to the storage room for extra pots and pans,” says homeowner Christine Stergiu. “Now we have everything at our fingertips.”
Using blank wall space allowed the family to store items and avoid clutter on the countertops.