Part of a whole-house renovation in Washington, D.C., this kitchen shows how sensitivity to scale, detail, and organization can improve interior space without extending exterior walls.
Well-chosen natural materials create a soft color palette and tie the project together. Materials include cork flooring, butcher block island top, and quarter-sawn oak cabinets.
The pull-out pantry compensates for the lack of space for wall cabinets and puts items within easy view and reach. The pantry is 4 feet deep and uses heavy-duty mount slides capable of supporting 250 pounds apiece.