Creating the optimal space for your coffee or tea station is an important kitchen feature for your daily living. Your personal preference can be easily accommodated and integrated into your kitchen design.
Hidden when not in use.
Pocket door and custom drawers conceal the built-in coffee machine, microwave, and supplies when not in use. See more of this Chicago kitchen renovation.
Lateral sliding door conceals the morning espresso station.
See more of this Evanston kitchen (Architectural design by Paul Janicki Architects)
A Corner Niche
Neatly tucked away, yet in plain sight for any overnight guests to use. See more of this Glencoe kitchen remodel.
Incorporate a bar into the kitchen layout for easy access but with a touch of elegance.
Matching cabinetry for both built-in bar and kitchen cabinetry creates a visual flow. The quartzite bar shelves house the liquor and glassware. Dramatic lighting adds to the elegant look. See more of this Chicago kitchen renovation.
A self contained built-in unit with wine fridge conveniently located between main kitchen and living room.
Bottom cabinetry has plentiful beverage storage while the upper cabinets are LED lit to display glassware. See more of this Winnetka kitchen.
Thoughtful kitchen design details ensured every inch of space was well utilized in this Chicago kitchen remodel.
Vertical pull pantry drawers flank either side of the refrigerator optimizing a corner space in this Kenilworth kitchen.
The Benvenuti and Stein design build process provides design, full service construction and custom cabinetry eliminating the headaches of dealing with separate entities. We strive to achieve superior results with an enjoyable experience for our clients. See what they have said about their experience.
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Interior and Exterior Home Renovations