These homeowners approached us with a request to integrate their sunroom into the kitchen space. They had a stunning view of a golf course and pond, and wanted to make it more visible from inside the house. Since the sunroom they wanted to annex was not insulated and was 12” below the level of the kitchen floor, extensive structural modifications were required. The clients’ main objective was to have a nicer space for entertaining guests. To achieve this, the new room created from integrating the sunroom was used as a separate dining area, and the adjacent beverage bar was also expanded and refined. The house is over 20 years old and the clients wanted the finished remodel to have an updated, contemporary look. Both clients are avid chefs, so the new kitchen includes two cooktops and two sinks for easy food prep. The pantry was enlarged to allow for increased storage of dry-goods and small appliances, and a frosted glass pocket door slides out to hide the pantry when not in use. A beautiful Cambria quartz countertop is showcased on the large eating area, and the new dining area now provides panoramic views of the golf course. When it’s time for drinks, the beverage bar features custom-made Bubinga wood shelving and a Forzastone backsplash. The bold focal point of the kitchen is a dazzling Glazzio tile behind the cooktop - the choice of this tile was inspired by the blue cobblestone streets of San Juan, where the homeowners had fond vacation memories. Now they have a gorgeous new kitchen and dining area in which to entertain guests, with a beautiful view right outside their window.