|This 1926 Tudor home not only needed a larger kitchen but the homeowners wanted to find a way to open their kitchen up to the dining room, without losing cabinet or countertop space. Expanding the kitchen with a 4’ x 6’ addition allowed for significantly more cabinet space, as well as an eat-in dining area. All new custom Alder cabinetry was designed to take advantage of every square foot of space. A unique tile backsplash configuration accents Soapstone countertops and stainless steel appliances. A durable and playful Marmoleum floor provides a perfect contrast to the cabinetry and countertops, as well as the classic wide Oak casings and baseboards. Castle also created an enlarged opening to the dining room that brings the kitchen and dining spaces together without sacrificing functionality.