This cramped and outdated kitchen posed a number of problems for our clients: the entry from the dining room was on the wrong side, making access to the kitchen and back door convoluted. The rear entry often became clogged and impassable. There was almost no counter space. By moving the door the other side of the dining room and removing the chimney we were able to create more counter space and establish a more direct connection between the kitchen and the other parts of the home that kept traffic out of the work triangle. Anew mudroom keeps the rear entry open and clear. Built by Michael Reel Builders & Remodelers, Inc.