SW Portland Kitchen

This 1950’s galley kitchen and breakfast nook felt cramped and cut off from the rest of the house. The homeowner wanted to remove the pocket door wall and have the kitchen wrap into the dining room. The load bearing wall was removed and a new post and beam took it’s place. With the space opened Brazilian cherry hardwoods were installed. Modern cherry slab style doors/drawers set the tone for this new kitchen. Glass doors for the hutch that faces the dining room make for a seamless transition of spaces. Quartz counters with stainless steal under mount sink and faucet match the new appliances and cabinet hardware. 3×6 glass tile with accent band for the backsplash help tie it all together.