Kitchen of the Week: Good Flow for a Well-Detailed Chicago Kitchen

Newlyweds Chris and Amanda Dobrez were excited to create their first home together in a three-story Chicago gray stone located in the city’s Old Town neighborhood. Since the couple have a big extended family and love to entertain, they wanted an open kitchen with lots of storage, space for casual meals and good flow that would help the space seamlessly blend with an adjacent mudroom and family room with deck outside.

The challenge of the 300-square-foot kitchen was making the long and narrow space feel as comfortable and inviting as possible. Working with designer Tom Spanier, the couple chose durable quartzite counters, a glazed ceramic subway tile backsplash, white painted maple cabinets, a custom stained white oak floor, oil-rubbed bronze faucets and fixtures, and customized storage solutions. Now they have a timeless kitchen that is very functional but also attractive enough to be on display in this well-detailed home.

via Kitchen of the Week: Good Flow for a Well-Detailed Chicago Kitchen

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