The plan for this total kitchen remodel in a 1914 Riverside house was to create a space that functioned like a commercial kitchen but was conducive to everyday living and entertaining. The project was divided into three very distinct areas; the cooking area, the bar area, and the storage and cleanup area. The cooking area has a 48” gas cook top and wall oven that is set off by green mosaic glass tiles. While the client is preparing meals at the cook top, his guest can sit and watch from the opposite side of the 10 foot long island while enjoying a tasty beverage. The bar area includes a commercial bar cooler below with internally lit glass cabinets above. The aluminum framed frosted glass cabinet doors hold various glassware and beverages while the lighting inside adds a nice glow to the kitchen. The third area is used for storage and clean-up and is separated from the main area by a peninsula. This area has a commercial three compartment sink with commercial rinse faucet, dishwasher, and numerous cabinets to house the owner’s vast collection of glassware and serving pieces.
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