Philadelphia Interior Designer Helps Malvern Family Convert Disjointed Kitchen Into Dream Space
A recent remodel helped a Malvern family convert two dysfunctional and disjointed spaces into a bright and airy kitchen with an adjoining functional breakfast room, writes Eileen Smith Dallabrida for Main Line Today.
The homeowners turned to Glenna Stone, a Philadelphia-based interior designer, to complete the transformation.
“They have busy, full lives, and their kitchen needed to work for them on all levels, starting with a more efficient layout,” said Stone.
To achieve the desired goal, the designer removed the tile floors in the breakfast area and replaced them with the same hardwood already used in the kitchen.
The new focal points of the kitchen are a professional-style range with wood-trimmed hood emphasized by a backsplash of blue, hand-painted tiles. White custom cabinetry and countertops help bring a fresh and clean vibe.
The storage is also specialized to the smallest detail.
“The homeowners are serious about coffee, and the drawers under the coffee bar hold a variety of mugs, spoons, tools, and pretty much everything you’d need to be your own at-home barista,” said Stone.
Meanwhile, the breakfast room is surrounded by windows framed with elegant drapes that accentuate the view of the backyard.
Read more about the home in Main Line Today.
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