Natural light, improved flow and chic, clean lines were the design goals for this kitchen transformation. The traditional creamy kitchen of corbels, delft blue tile  and oversized dark wood island became a modern textural mix of sleek white shaker cabinetry with organic cerused oak, stainless steel, white quartz counters, statuary marble back-splash, and horizontal paneling. Layout remained generally unchanged except for one structural change to vastly improve the room's flow —  a 14’ x 6’ bump out with a shed glass paneled roof, allowing for light to flood the space while relocating the sink area and replacing the large island that impeded the flow in the space with two smaller islands. A prep sink was added as well as a breakfast bar with open shelving and refrigerator drawers.