“Even a Small Kitchen is a Big Project”
Having a small kitchen made Peter especially attentive to every detail. In addition to creating a classy, sophisticated look, he also wanted to maximize the efficiency and functionality of the square kitchen.
“Even a small kitchen is a big project,” said kitchen designer Randall Lovcik. “The challenge is making sure it’s functional. You need enough room – countertop space, room for cooking, landing surfaces on both sides of the range. There are a lot of moving parts, especially if you do it professionally and do it well.”
Together, Peter and Randall went through each detail of the little L-shaped kitchen. As only nine or ten cabinets would be able to fit into the space, each one was important. They added tray dividers to the base cabinets and easy-to-reach spice pull-out storage by the range. They added crown molding to integrate the cabinetry with the room and added under cabinet molding to conceal task lighting under the cabinets.
The cabinetry was ordered and arrived complete and without any issues. The contractor was impressed with the cabinet quality as well as the flawless delivery. As for Peter – he was very happy about the remodeling process and pleased with his new space.