Kitchen Remodel, Wayzata
We opened up the kitchen wall to dining room and “surprise” it took 3- 14” micro lams to hold it all up. The dining room was turned into the bar/hutch/desk area. We framed a trayed ceiling to hide the huge beam and inset a bead board paneling ceiling with cherry crown and rope lights stained to match the beaded paneling on the peninsula face.
A granite composite sink is under a huge sink window that opens up the view to the park like wooded back yard.
We moved the fridg to the opposite wall to give the sink area more counter space and added wall ovens and a micro drawer.
The old range was replaced with a 36” chefs gas cooktop.
The current 1970’s “U” shaped kitchen with a brick grill had minimal views to their back yard and poor access to the porch. Their dinning room was essentially unused. The homeowners were looking to open up the kitchen to allow for more space to socialize with friends and family and to create a dinning room that was more livable.