A complete re-imagining of an existing galley kitchen in a 1925 Spanish home. The design intent was to seamlessly meld modern interior design ideas within the existing framework of the home. In order to integrate the kitchen more to the dining area, a large portion of the wall dividing the kitchen and dining room was removed which became the location of the breakfast bar and liquor cabinet. The original arched divider between the kitchen and breakfast nook was relocated to hide the refrigerator, but retained to help integrate the old and the new. Custom open walnut shelving was used in the main part of the kitchen to further expand the experience of the galley kitchen and subway tile was used to, again, help bridge between the time periods. White Quartz countertops with waterfall edges with greyed wood cabinet faces round out the design.