This Mission Hills kitchen previously had an awkward layout which didn’t offer much functional space. There was also a lack of natural lighting due to two small windows. The designers Debby and Amy worked with the clients to re-create the space and create a larger opening from the dining room into the kitchen. The new large island has a Cambria Torquay quartz countertop. The new white cabinets with gray brushed glaze are outfitted with Rocky Mountain hardware. The new kitchen also features Elliptical mullion doors, Walker Zanger backsplash tile, and an apron front sink. This gorgeous kitchen now offers an open floor plan, tons of natural light, and additional storage.