Before & After

ASD Interiors Designer: Shirry Dolgin
ASD Interiors
Designer: Shirry Dolgin

I know we how much everyone loves a before and after story, so here is a great one!

We recently finished a kitchen renovation in Redondo Beach, CA and what a transformation it was! We used the existing kitchen space AND dining room of a typical beach track home and combined the two spaces to create one huge kitchen! I selected gorgeous two tone custom glazed cabinets and by installing faux beams in the ceiling, and an island that was almost as big as a ping pong table, this kitchen became the perfect place for entertaining large crowds. It was over 8′ long and over 4′ wide. Check out the before and after of this amazing reno!

The floor plans below show how the space looked before – a small kitchen and dining space – and how we re-configured the two rooms to create the fabulous kitchen it is now. By removing the wall that separated the kitchen from the dining room, it allowed us to create a more spacious kitchen with more storage and counter space. We were also able to use bigger and better appliances (Viking) since the kitchen nearly doubled in size. It was a lot of work and a lot of engineering, but well worth it!

IRMA.KITCHEN.PLAN-Model

Before:

Existing kitchen
Existing kitchen

Existing dining room to become part of new kitchen
Existing dining room to become part of new kitchen

After:

ASD Interiors Designer: Shirry Dolgin
ASD Interiors
Designer: Shirry Dolgin

ASD Interiors Designer: Shirry Dolgin
ASD Interiors
Designer: Shirry Dolgin
ASD Interiors Designer: Shirry Dolgin
ASD Interiors
Designer: Shirry Dolgin
ASD Interiors Designer: Shirry Dolgin
ASD Interiors
Designer: Shirry Dolgin

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