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A repeat client asked A Kitchen That Works LLC to make their crazy kitchen functional. Failing appliances, cracked tile countertops, floors with large grout joints and inadequate lighting/storage made for an unattractive space that was difficult to work in and keep clean. The homeowners love to cook, bake, and have a large vegetable garden. On the top of the wish list was functional storage, more counter space with electrical outlets on the island, an end-grain maple butcher block counter, an induction cooktop, a steam oven, and more lighting options (cable and rail and under cabinet lighting ensures there is a good light level for every task).