Haddad Hakansson Design Studio, located in Watertown, MA is known for its award-winning interior design with a keen interest in kitchens and baths. When a young suburban family wanted to maximize space in their kitchen without moving walls or bumping out into the backyard, they relied on the talents of Mark Haddad. Their new kitchen has a feeling of openness and light, while complementing their love of antiques, which are incorporated throughout their home. Storage solutions include a wall of tall cabinets, including an appliance garage with a lift up door and a fully integrated Sub-Zero refrigerator, a newly framed pantry closet and a dry bar – located in a previously empty space – that looks like one of the homeowners’ antique pieces. While the Wolf Induction Range is sleek and ultra modern, it also recedes, allowing the dramatic antiqued hood in a blackened steel finish to serve as a focal point.