HGTV's Kitchen Cousins Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri take a worn out kitchen with dismally dated appliances and low-hanging cabinets, then blow it open to join it with the living and dining rooms, creating one huge modern living space. This transformation is just the thing for a dedicated baking enthusiast and for a couple who loves to entertain.
A bench with multiple pillow and two dining chairs provide cozy seating around a table that resembles a tree. The tabletop is made from a large log slice, adding rustic charm to the space. A metal orb-shaped chandelier illuminates this interesting table while natural light streams in from the surrounding windows to keep the space feeling bright.
Kitchen Cousins Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri take on a truly tiny and unbelievably cramped kitchen, blow out some walls and fashion a new and creatively eclectic space for a cool Nashville couple. From the experts at HGTV.com.
In addition to a kitchen table and island, designer Peter Salerno incorporated this quaint booth in his kitchen remodel in order to add a cozy spot for the family to dine. “The first cup of coffee in the morning was in the booth,” explains Peter. “The kids’ breakfast was served in the booth or on the island. Dinner was at the kitchen table with the family. For big family parties all three are used.”