Once cramped and isolated, this efficient kitchen now sports an updated look that still blends seamlessly with the home’s original 1970’s architecture. The removal of two walls rendered the space instantly cook-friendly by allowing a new open floor plan with an efficient work triangle. The forgiving cork flooring, hard maple cabinets, and easy-care brushed hardware are both practical and aesthetically pleasing. Quartz does double duty as countertop and backsplash, creating a seamless look that is easy to clean.

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