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AFTER: The space is seen here from the same angle as in the previous photo. The designers closed up a door to the backyard to get more storage space along the rear wall, and added large windows to bring in light and views of the tree canopy. “The kitchen is well above ground level, and the house is on a bit of a slope to begin with, so it is quite literally a kitchen in the trees,” Krelin says. Vintage lights were taken apart and rewired to become pendant lights, punctuating an island that is deliberately devoid of a sink. The floor is natural hickory.Integrated dishwasher: Miele; 32-inch counter-depth refrigerator: Fisher & Paykel Throughout the kitchen, extra-large drawers maximize storage and efficiency. “Some people say not to do large drawers, but we make 40-inch drawers all the time,” Krelin says. “It’s perfect because there is room for the hardware, and you can still accommodate pots and pans.”Spices are best stored above or below the cooktop because they are sensitive to both heat and light. Krelin and Booth therefore created a drawer for the spices just to the right of the cooktop. Below the spices are additional drawers for pots and pans. There are enough so that the couple needs to go into the pantry only to fetch “special occasion” cooking vessels.