Jan Neiges, CKD of The Kitchen & Bath Studio, designed this kitchen to be the opposite of its predecessor: open, light-filled, with plenty of work areas and places to sit and enjoy. Credit: Kenneth Wajda

As we continue our series on kitchen and bath design trends, today we look at how a kitchen remodel inpsired a reorganization of several spaces, creating a more ideal living environment.  Dreambuilder has the design expertise and access to professional consultants to do the same for your new or existing home.

By Andrea Girolamo

ARVADA, CO— Kitchen projects always start out simple: redesign the kitchen.

“I was called in to do the kitchen,” says Jan Neiges, CKD of Centennial, CO-based The Kitchen & Bath Studio. “But through talking with the client and assessing her needs for the space, and how the family dynamic was changing as her children were heading off to college, my design grew beyond the kitchen to include the surrounding rooms.”

By the time the project was underway, Neiges’ design for this suburban Denver home included the living room, the creation of a pantry and the enclosing of a porch. Additionally, she repositioned the dining room, and relocated a bedroom door.

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