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    Glass Door Wall Cabinet (AW-W1830GD)


    $281.6/ Piece


    18"W * 30"H * 12"D


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      Product Model AW-W1830GD
      AFTER: Removing a wall opened the kitchen to the adjacent living room, allowing the homeowner to see her young child while standing at the sink to prepare meals or do dishes. A large peninsula offers storage on both sides, and lots of counter space for prepping and eating meals. A waterfall effect creates the illusion that the peninsula and countertop are larger. “It offers a grander look to a small kitchen,” Ustayev says. Light colors make the space appear bigger than it is, but Ustayev was careful not to go too white. Dark lower cabinets establish balance. “In an open floor plan, we wanted to have some contrast to keep the kitchen from looking like a white box sitting in the corner,” she says. “The darker cabinets help tie it in with the rest of the home.”The homeowner chose to go with custom cabinets to get the smartest storage out of the compact layout. “It would have been very tough to have bought something and made it fit,” Ustayev says. Countertop: Caesarstone; floor tile: polished Calacatta marble, 24 by 24 inches This angle shows how the new kitchen opens to the adjacent living space. Additional cabinets and a wine fridge offer more storage. DetailsWalls moved: YesPlumbing moved: Yes. The sink and dishwasher moved from a wall to the peninsula.Other professionals hired: General contractorDuration of project: About 10 monthsLived in during remodel: No. The family stayed in another residence during construction.Savings: Keeping the oven in its original place Cost Breakdown Cabinets: $30,000Counters: $4,000Backsplash: $1,000Floor: $375Sink: $488Faucet: $306 Total: $36,169, not including design and construction fees, other materials or appliancesNext: One woman’s $4,500 crusade against her 100-square-foot kitchenYour turn: Do you have a 100-square-foot kitchen? We’d love to see your “before” and “after” photos in the Comments.See the latest compact kitchen photos