West Seattle Kitchen https://www.fittererconstruction.com/apps/photos/ West Seattle Kitchen Expand it! (SW corner) The view from this property is one difficult to beat in all West Seattle. Overlooking the Vashon Ferry dock and Lincoln Park, the new design called for the removal of this view killing wall. https://www.fittererconstruction.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=197320239 197320239 Facing West before (W) The simple yet thoughtful design calls for leaving windows and plumbing in their current locations. Saving costs and maximizing the client's funds for finishes! https://www.fittererconstruction.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=197320241 197320241 Facing the north entry of the kitchen Before (N wall) Take a look at the vintage stove! Good thing we had a team of mules to drag this beast out. The metal recycler was certainly thankful for this stove! https://www.fittererconstruction.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=197320238 197320238 Demo begins (NE corner) Our clients' niece offered to design a brand new, state of the art kitchen, but first the counter tops HAD to go. https://www.fittererconstruction.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=197320236 197320236 Facing South Before (S) After a short structural visit, we found this wall to be a prime candidate for removal. Thankfully. https://www.fittererconstruction.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=197320240 197320240 Wall Gone!! (SW corner) The kitchen became more open and airy with the removal of the partition wall. And the false buffet works well for dinner parties and family gatherings https://www.fittererconstruction.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=197320534 197320534 Peninsula Set (S looking lower) Ready for stone tops! https://www.fittererconstruction.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=197320531 197320531 APPLIANCES!! (NE corner) With cabinetry set and appliances delivered, we are ready for our Pure White Quartz countertops https://www.fittererconstruction.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=197320533 197320533 Sink run bases (W) With a lazy susan in the corner, there is very little lost space in our cabinetry https://www.fittererconstruction.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=197320532 197320532 Finished!! (NE Corner) Stainless Steel appliances, new cabinets, stone tops and back splash give this area a great deal of new life https://www.fittererconstruction.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=197905262 197905262 Finished!! Our client opted for use for use of standard 4" recessed lighting, with a LED remodel kit to save of electricity and provide ample lighting in this far corner https://www.fittererconstruction.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=197905263 197905263 Finished!! The refrigerator run, complete with the owners' pup's OWN cabinet, complete with outlet and ample lighting https://www.fittererconstruction.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=197905266 197905266 Finished!! This is facing the same northerly direction... This kitchen appears longer because it IS! Taking out one wall added so much space to this area! https://www.fittererconstruction.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=197905255 197905255 Finished!! This wall being deleted opened up the kitchen to an eating bar/dining area/buffet. Not to mention opening the room to a great deal more of natural light https://www.fittererconstruction.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=197905259 197905259 Finished!! We replaced the old, crusty drafty, single paned energy consuming window with a brand new, LowE thermopaned vinyl window, with matching vinyl extrusion in "bronze" finish to match the adjacent exterior windows https://www.fittererconstruction.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=197905268 197905268 Finished!! Stone tops set, and ready for move in! Not the mahogany shelves with hidden mounts to the right of the window. https://www.fittererconstruction.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=197905256 197905256 Finished!! Eating bar, peninsula. Much better use of space than the former...WALL https://www.fittererconstruction.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=197905257 197905257 Finished!! Note the backsplash detail. Full height slab. Using a 2cm option here was not as costly as one may think. The tile option would have worked well here, but the neatness and clean lines of the stone give an almost "infinite"" look https://www.fittererconstruction.com/apps/photos/photo?photoID=197905260 197905260