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A cramped kitchen becomes a spacious new addition in a 1920s Dutch Colonial.

Before: The kitchen in this traditional Dutch Colonial was small, cumbersome, and didn't reflect the home's overall design aesthetic.

The new expansive kitchen flows forth from the old kitchen (the old kitchen occupied the space on the far right where the sink is) and bridges the dining room and the family room while respecting the home's architecture.

The Caesarstone countertops update the kitchen's look while still embracing it's traditional design.

Before: The old kitchen was trapped within the confines of the home's exterior walls.

After: Walls were knocked down and the former kitchen has become home to a walk-in pantry and a massive Sub Zero refrigerator.

The new kitchen's island provides added workspace as well as informal dining for the entire family.

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