Wide and tall windows that wrap around a corner splash this Boston-zone kitchen with light—however they’re there for a more pragmatic reason. The property holder needed to have the capacity to see her children.
“Prior to the redesign, you couldn’t see the lawn,” she says. “I never let them play outside when I was cooking since I couldn’t watch out for them.” A back-of-the-house knock out and another open floor arrange now have the kitchen and the family room flawlessly associated. What’s more, with the windows—and an arrangement of French entryways—”the children are in that spot,” she says.
A wide way between the island and sink divider stays splendid day and night because of wraparound windows and a liberal blend of undertaking and surrounding lighting. The house’s waterfront area on Massachusetts Bay propelled the ocean glass-like backsplash tiles and the blue-and-green floor covering from Company C.