Tired Kitchen Wake-up

The Interior Designers of Tower Interiors were called upon to redesign this tired Clayton Park split entry. By removing all of the walls between the kitchen, dining room and living room they created a much more open, bright and spacious area. The new white shaker-style cabinets with faux-stone counter tops became extremely functional and are enhanced by the marble mosaic backsplash. The original hardwood flooring has been extended into the kitchen area for continuous flow. The light fixtures and handles are in an iron finish and the new bar stools were custom ordered in a color to match the dining room suite and living room tables.

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