This Bridgewater townhouse kitchen bears no resemblance to it’s former incarnation, thanks to our kitchen remodeling process. Previously, a skinny hallway led into the narrow room, where an “L” shaped layout of dark cabinets filled two walls. The opposite side of the room was barren of cabinets and featured only a small bistro table and two stools.
Removing one wall of the “L” created an open floor plan, which then became filled with cabinets on both sides of the room. The sink, dishwasher, refrigerator and stove all were relocated to accommodate the new layout and a new peninsula seating area was created to create an eat-in kitchen. Open shelving for cookbooks, a pull out trash base cabinet and a large pantry cabinet were all added from the homeowner’s wish list to complete this stunning kitchen remodel transformation.