This family of six from Ringoes, New Jersey, was happy with the basic layout of their kitchen but wanted to add cabinets to an unoccupied third wall to increase storage as part of the kitchen remodel.
On the third wall, the center base cabinet was bumped out to add visual interest and the wall cabinets above received stacked glass fronts flanking open bookshelves with wainscoting. The wainscoting pattern repeats on the rear of the island and on the wood hood above the range.
Upgrading their 30″ stove to a 36″ Wolf range increased cooking options for the large family. The microwave that formerly occupied counter space was moved into the island to be more accessible for the children. The main sink was upgraded to an oil rubbed bronze Kohler farmhouse sink and additional plumbing run for a matching prep sink in the island. The dishwasher received a matching panel to make it indistinguishable from the surrounding cabinets.