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April 21, 2016

A Design That Helps Keep the Party in the Kitchen

Design by Monarch Kitchen & Bath Centre

A few weeks ago, we discussed what was on the "new kitchen wish list" of designer Kevin Samson's clients and why they decided to remodel.

Their biggest complaint was the lack of adequate food preparation counter space, and the inability for two people to work in the kitchen at the same time.  

"Comfortably socializing with family and friends in the kitchen was also high on their wish list," says Kevin. "There was already a table and chairs in the room, but it left the cooks feeling too far removed from the fun."
Design by Monarch Kitchen & Bath Centre
"To solve the issue, we removed the table altogether. The design now incorporates a spacious countertop eating area as an extension of the peninsula. The area comfortably seats five to six, and everyone can now be a part of the fun. For larger groups, the formal dining room is steps from the kitchen." 

As everyone knows, the party always ends up in the kitchen!