November 10, 2015 1 min read

Turquoise Galley sink base

 

Moving the kitchen in this colonial condo on Cape Ann helped open up the living space. Windows surround the living space to let in the natural light, as well as one at the end of the galley. Adding a bar with four seats means that guests can be a part of the action while Chef prepares the masterpiece of the evening. Turquoise walls and cream cabinetry add to the atmosphere is this light and airy space.

 

Product supplied by Grand Banks Building Products

Installation by Millriver Carpenter, Inc

Photos by Monica Banks

 

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