Remodeling Stories: A Modern Farmhouse Kitchen Designed for Canning Homemade Goods
For someone with a passion for canning and crafting homemade goods, her kitchen layout caused more headaches then enjoyment. This kitchen remodel was much more than improving the day-to-day life, but also to expand and encourage their household’s emphasis on healthy, homemade meals.
The original kitchen design had several issues, including a cooktop that consumed most of the space on the kitchen island.
More storage and workspace was also needed. A few items on the wishlist included a pot filler to relieve the burden of carrying heavy pots of water and also re-positioning their off-center kitchen sink for a better view of their gorgeous garden.
They decided it was time to call in an expert and contacted Molly McCabe, AKBD, CGP, CAPS of A Kitchen That Works, LLC. Molly took some time to get to know the homeowners, their lifestyle, and, the structure of the home.