We installed laminated vinyl plank (LVP) flooring and took it out into the living room to create a more cohesive space.
We did a crackle-finished tile on their backsplash. The cabinets are maple, we did quartz countertops, and we put in a brand-new peninsula. All of the cabinetry is new, including that.
The problem with the original peninsula was that it was sticking out into the room a little bit, so it was blocking access to the living room. To make it more practical and less of an obstacle to the flow of traffic, we just changed the aspect and turned it sideways.
Once we got rid of the desk, relocated the peninsula, and changed up the flow of the room, they ended up with a whole lot of more usable storage space. Technically, they had at least this much storage before, but the way the space and the appliances were organized made it impractical.
Whereas before, they had a bunch of cupboards where their stuff was piling up, now they have storage that actually works.
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