Safety and Style
Before its redesign, this kitchen sported a 1980s look that did not cater to its clients: grandparents with a sense of style. Designers Dawn DeLuca and Barbara Roth of Camille Rossy Cabinetry and Design worked to make their space accessible for both them and their children, while also infusing their taste.
“There are 10 grandchildren aged four to 21,” said Roth, referring to the hosting the clients often do. “Don’t forget three sets of parents and various extended family and friends! At any given Sunday dinner, there can easily be 10 to 30 people milling around.”
Rossy made the kitchen easy for everyone to use by building double landing areas for all appliances and the sink and creating 44-in. aisles around the island. Easy-glide and self-closing doors, drawers, rollouts and pullouts were used throughout the cabinetry.
Two of the dining spots can easily accommodate a wheelchair, if need be, without making any adjustments to the space.
The island and wide aisles easily allow enough space for numerous serving trays and several people to maneuver around at once.
The semi-custom cabinetry is cost effective while giving clients quality and choices at lower cost. The order also qualified for complimentary curbside delivery, which eliminated extra time.