RLD LOGOALDER & ANIGRE BUNGALOW

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Designing for How You Imagine Your Home Will Feel

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Before
 (Not Shown)
~ The kitchen was isolated from the dining room.
~ The stairs to the basement came out of the kitchen awkwardly.
~ Equipment was seriously outdated.
~ Storage was inadequate.
Wish List
~ "Connect us to our guests."
~ High-quality cooking and ventilation.
~ High-quality cabinets.
~ Improve access to the basement.
~ Storage.
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Solution & Gains
~ Remove the wall between the dining room and kitchen. 
~ To maintain formality in the dining room, cabinets were painted and art glass added. 
~ Lighting in the art glass cabinet adds a welcoming atmosphere to the dining room.
~ Gaggenau equipment saves counterspace and provides an exceptional cooking experience.
~ A 2+1 burner arrangement permits the optimum arrangement for this cook (and many others).
~ Aristocratic Cabinets, Chehalis, WA, fabricated the cabinets as specified by Landon.
Cabinet faces are in natural alder with anigre panels. The doors have a custom inner edge detail to soften the Shaker effect.

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