A very functional eat-in kitchen

This Rowayton home had a teeny kitchen with a wall and a door way separating it from a teeny dining room.
The concept here was that one combined space of a decent size is far better than two really cramped spaces. With the help of kitchen designer Rob Morris, and Cabinets by Vermont Custom Cabinets, Bradshaw Contruction transformed the space into a very functional eat-in kitchen. No dining room was the right call for this active young family whose lifestyle centered around their kitchen.

kitchen, dining space combined

An eat-in kitchen for a Rowayton family

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