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AFTER: While finding materials to contrast the dark perimeter cabinets proved challenging, Legere had yet to tackle the project’s biggest obstacle: finding space to accommodate the new island. He decided the powder room off the kitchen had to go (there’s still a full bath on the first floor) along with the small pantry. He housed the refrigerator in the excess space and created a narrow walk-in pantry behind the refrigerator wall. He then pushed the refrigerator and wall ovens back to open up additional space around the island. “There is about 48 inches of clearance around the island now,” Legere says. The new island now does triple duty as a serving station, food prep zone and seating area. AFTER: To further open up the design, Legere eliminated the half wall separating the dining space and family room, which allowed him to increase the kitchen’s length by about 5 feet toward the family room and give the homeowners extra counter space. The kitchen is now entirely open to the family room and solarium. There was enough space left to fit a 60-inch round table for additional seating during mealtimes and holiday parties.