East 65th Terrace Kitchen Addition

The cramped kitchen in this 1940s home was too small for a family of five. The tight layout didn’t allow for multiple users and even though the addition only added about fifty square feet, it made all the difference in creating space for a mudroom and the ability to have a center island. Opening the wall between the kitchen and dining room made the space feel larger and allowed for more natural light. The addition may be small but the impact was huge! This new space will be great for gatherings and allowing the family to spend time together cooking!