The first thing we noticed when entering our client's kitchen was that it felt cramped and broken into several small spaces disconnected from other parts of the house. A tall cabinet behind the stair, visually obstructive upper cabinets and a wall separating the kitchen from the living room and its beautiful lake views were all things we had to contend with. Once these features were removed we were left with a large kitchen with plenty of elbow room and visual connections between rooms and to the outdoors. Like Suburban Transitional I, the style was a mixture of traditional shaker simplicity and contemporary clarity. Built by Candlewood Carpentry, Inc.