inexpensive fix for odd pass through
DD & DSIL are looking at buying their first house. They have found one that they like except for an odd pass- through in the kitchen. It doesn't go into the dining room or family room, which would be logical. Rather, the pass- through goes into a small office space.
The pass-through is so odd that it is a deal breaker for DD. What are some ideas for eliminating the pass through?
I figure a good sheet-rock guy could fill it in, but then what would she do with the gap on the kitchen side?
Filling the gap with a nearly-matching cabinet and painting all of the cabinets is all I can come up with. But having just bought a house and all that is entailed in that, they would like a more economical solution.
Suggestions for what to do after it is sheet-rocked over, please?