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Best Kitchen Remodeler

  • In House Kitchen Bath Home

    200 Lexington Ave., nr. 32nd St., Ste. 100; 212-686-2016; inhousekbh.com

    When New Yorkers renovate their notoriously minuscule kitchens, the planning is all about maximizing the usefulness of every millimeter. Dave Burcher, co-founder of In House Kitchen Bath Home, has a shipbuilder’s approach to space. If he calculates that an oven door will clear a drawer handle by a quarter of an inch, then he’ll make sure it does. Most kitchen designers deal in one or two brands of cabinetry, and In House sells Wood-Mode and Brookhaven, so if you crave a handmade pantry in solid French walnut, you’ll have to look elsewhere. But if you want a storage slot for a chopping board, a custom drawer for Grandma’s Dutch oven, or a bench that stows invisibly by sliding between two tiers of cabinets, then Burcher is the man to find room for it.

From the 2011 Best of New York issue of New York Magazine

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