Kitchen 12: by John's Lumber

The original layout for this home had a half bathroom right off the tiny kitchen. With the combined vision of Susan DeHaven of John’s Lumber, and staff from Aspen Interiors, they were able to convert this older kitchen into a modern marvel.

In addition to improving the flow of the room, the homeowner requested more counter space for her cooking and baking needs. The kitchen sink was moved from the window wall to the half wall near the basement stairs creating over 10′ of continuous countertop in this small space. The existing small bathroom was replaced by a 48” pantry and soffits were removed to accommodate ceiling height cabinetry by Mid Continent, providing much needed storage space to the small kitchen.

Display cabinets were placed over the range to display the homeowner’s treasures. The original charm of the home wasn’t compromised with the new cabinetry, rather, the slate stained Oak cabinets in the Parker door style were selected for their modern take on a traditional version of a shaker door. Beautiful white quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances really make this kitchen sparkle and bring it to the modern day.

 

  

Designed by:
Susan DeHaven

Susan has been in the design business for more than 20 years. She has an Associate’s Degree in Interior Design and in 2004 earned her Associate Kitchen and Bath Designer (AKBD) from the NKBA. During her career she has worked for a paint and wallpaper store, lighting store, granite wholesaler, and stone fabricator, all experiences that have added to her range of knowledge in Interior Design.

Project Description:

The original layout for this home had a half bathroom right off the tiny kitchen. With the combined vision of Susan DeHaven of John’s Lumber, and staff from Aspen Interiors, they were able to convert this older kitchen into a modern marvel.

In addition to improving the flow of the room, the homeowner requested more counter space for her cooking and baking needs. The kitchen sink was moved from the window wall to the half wall near the basement stairs creating over 10' of continuous countertop in this small space. The existing small bathroom was replaced by a 48” pantry and soffits were removed to accommodate ceiling height cabinetry by Mid Continent, providing much needed storage space to the small kitchen.

Display cabinets were placed over the range to display the homeowner’s treasures. The original charm of the home wasn’t compromised with the new cabinetry, rather, the slate stained Oak cabinets in the Parker door style were selected for their modern take on a traditional version of a shaker door. Beautiful white quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances really make this kitchen sparkle and bring it to the modern day.


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Designed by:
Susan DeHaven
Johns Lumber

Designer Bio:

Susan has been in the design business for more than 20 years. She has an Associate’s Degree in Interior Design and in 2004 earned her Associate Kitchen and Bath Designer (AKBD) from the NKBA. During her career she has worked for a paint and wallpaper store, lighting store, granite wholesaler, and stone fabricator, all experiences that have added to her range of knowledge in Interior Design.

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