Eastway Kitchen Renovation - BP Designs - This kitchen was original to the 1948 ranch house, and presented itself as an eyesore in an otherwise updated home. It provided an awkward layout for entertaining, being divided in half by a makeshift pantry fashioned out of bookshelves and louvered bi-fold doors. A fair amount of entertaining had transpired in this space over a decade, and with this renovation came an opportunity to reinvent this space for everyday convenience and as a dramatic hub for entertaining. The vibe of the house was already established- an eclectic mix of mid-century, Italian Art deco, and modern clean pieces. The style of the kitchen was intended to compliment this feel, with bold color, dramatic contrasts, graphic tile patters, and retro fixtures. Signature details include floating stainless steel shelves at the window above the sink, a bold chevron tile pattern at the range, with custom glass tile brackets, and a signature Johnathan Adler Chandelier positioned over the stainless steel island.