By removing a never-used dining table from one end of the space and installing floor-to-ceiling Poggenpohl cabinetry, interior designer Jill Najnigier blew open the kitchen’s narrow galley configuration. For family dining, she nestled a custom table behind the peninsula counter.

More space, more storage, more light — without adding an inch

The owners wanted their galley kitchen to remind them of the beach, even though it was on the 10th floor of their Boston condo building.

July 30, 2018 4:43 pm