Nathan Rittgarn doesn't list the square footage in his professional project submission of this kitchen, located in a pre-war Brooklyn Heights one-bedroom apartment. But you can see from the before photos above, it's not particularly expansive. Coupled with the fact that the apartment's "entryway" dumps you right in front of this small space, and it's clear this room needed an update not just for aesthetics, but for function, too.
My apartment's entryway is an angled, narrow pseudo-hall that opens to my main living space. After searching for a way to create some definition, I decided to do a little painting project, inspired by my coworking space.
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