This complete kitchen remodel involved a wall coming down to unite the kitchen and dining areas. By removing the small peninsula on the sink wall, we were able to extend the cabinets for more storage and counter space. A much larger, “island-type” peninsula was constructed opposite the sink, serving as a casual delineation from the kitchen to the living areas. The “island-peninsula” provides both seating on one end and storage on the other, with the wine fridge and microwave drawer occupying their own spaces on the storage side. A large built-in refrigerator sits conveniently in a nook adjacent to a small wing wall. The focal point of this transformed kitchen is the large range with double ovens which is accented by a ceiling height, ogee tile backsplash and a chimney-style hood. With lots of open window spaces and a modern gray and white color palette, this kitchen went from archaic to modern, unifying the entire living space of the home.