The project entailed removal of several interior walls, including a load bearing wall, to increase connectivity within the interior of an existing Washington DC colonial home. The goal was to create a larger kitchen; however, the design team was able to add a built-in breakfast nook as well as a coat closet as part of a spacious kitchen with a more inviting connection to the previously enclosed dining room. Maximizing daylighting, flow, storage, storage spaces and functionality were objectives that were satisfied through this interior design exercise.
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