The house had a pass-through, galley-style kitchen that also functioned as a hallway from the front door to an enclosed porch on the back of the house. It was narrow and cramped and we didn’t even consider keeping it as it was. I work from home, so I wanted to preserve the dining room as an office and library, and have a separate kitchen and dining space. So our plan was quite straightforward, albeit ambitious: Add 300 square feet to the back of the bungalow, and put in a new kitchen. The old kitchen would be enclosed to create a half bath, a laundry room, and pantry. Here’s how it would look.
We love our new kitchen and the flow of our house, thanks Handy Hands for making our house work.