Ranch Home Eat-In Kitchen

The eat-in kitchen of an early 1980s ranch home in St. Peters, MO needed an update, and to better meet the needs of a woman who is constantly cooking for family and church functions.

Mosby’s design removes the load-bearing wall between the kitchen and living room to make room for 3 parallel banks of countertops, cabinets and appliances.
What is a bar-height table on the living room side reveals two electric ovens on the kitchen side. The dark blue island holds an undermount prep sink and induction cooktop with retractable downdraft and a wide variety of specialty storage below.

The bank of Wellborn cabinets on the exterior wall host a stainless steel apron front sink with matching refrigerator and dishwasher, and an impressive 7x12” stone tile backsplash that runs from the quartz countertop to the ceiling. There’s even room for a built-in wine cabinet and pantry and bar-height dining table at either end of the spacious kitchen.

Our client absolutely loves the feel and function of her new kitchen, and that it was completed in time to prepare 14 turkeys for Thanksgiving!