Fresh fixtures and dramatic details make an eat-in kitchen more appetizing.
Senior design editor Cameron MacNeil made a few adjustments to this kitchen's layout to maximize its function. The angled corner, which once housed the oven, was replaced with a new entrance to the formal dining room, allowing the wall of drawers and cabinets to be further extended. The peninsula was replaced with a gracious working island, encased in sleek statuario marble. White cabinets in a reverse-shaker style put a twist on traditional, while crystal pulls add subtle sparkle. Panelling camouflages the refridgerator and dishwasher to keep the look crisp and clean.