Indianola includes the kitchen redesign for a craftsman style home. The design direction was dictated by the client’s request to use the existing tile floor, an antique entry bench (hall tree), and dining table as well as a desire to display sculpture and art. The proposed design took advantage of interesting ceiling heights and open storage in the compact space. With existing pieces of furniture, the design resulted in the need for a rolling cart rather than a fixed island. Taking from the floor color, green stained cabinets and natural cedar were specified to tie the main floor rooms together and provide as much counter space as possible within a small footprint. Being artists, Dekton solid surface countertops were recommended for low maintenance and durability. Entryway storage was designed to aid in keeping things organized and tidy as you enter the front door. This area is also intended to provide carryover storage for the kitchen.  Window seats were designed for a recent addition built to house linens and large platters as well as added seating for the great room and dining area. A media wall was designed for an adjoining study/den to house art and a large wall mounted TV.  Renderings and plans were created for construction purposes and an opportunity for the client to visualize the space in 3D and print form.