So they went to ask the help of the designer Jennifer Strickler. She decided to strip off the pace and start from scratch. First, she removed the wall to open the kitchen to the dining room, creating a functional layout with a central island.
She took some black cabinets in a nod to the original kitchen, but she added warm maple cabinets and a new red oak flooring. Like this, she managed to balance the dark. Guess what? Now, the open and dressed-up kitchen is the life of any party. Conclusion? All it takes is good knowledge and some creativity!