The kitchen of this Lexington home was modest in size and outdated. A small half bath located off the kitchen was squeezed in under a stairway. The rear entrance which led into the kitchen, also located under the stairway, provided inadequate headroom.

Our solution was to push out the rear wall to enlarge the kitchen and bathroom and provide an attractive entrance with an energy efficient, standard height rear door (which made taller guests very happy!)

Once inside, there is a fully modernized kitchen to welcome you. The new kitchen features an induction range that heats food by magnetic induction so the cooking surface itself does not get hot. Induction cooking is very energy efficient and responsive to temperature adjustments.

Natural Alder wood cabinets provide plenty of above and below counter storage, Silestone Pulsa counter tops add an elegant look, and the oiled soapstone Island counter provides a great space for food preparation and informal dinning.

The new enlarged three-quarter bathroom located off the kitchen includes a glass-enclosed shower.