Historical Harmony

Historical Harmony (2)

Design and Thoughts

The original kitchen in this 1920’s home was small and cramped. We expanded the kitchen 9’ to match the width of the rest of the house forward. In doing so, we moved the stairs to the basement, reworked the powder room/rear foyer entry to give privacy for the powder room and installed a new rear exterior door with transom that is just stunning. The rear foyer got a new stained wood ceiling to match the covered porch ceiling that was added upstairs. The new overall feel is one of timeless beauty and elegance.

Materials Used

Custom Wood Products Cabinets in Maple (perimeter and island) and Walnut in the Cook's Nook. The perimeter was painted Snowbound, the island Dune/Smoke, and the Cook's Nook Praline.

Countertops - Perimeter & Cooks Nook/Ocean Black Soapstone – Island/Zinc

Special inclusions - Coffered ceiling,  Cooks Nook – specialty nook for cookbooks, wine storage, etc., open cubby in island for hidden stool, mixer stand, spice drawer insert, silverware organizers, double trash pullout and tray dividers.  Beaded inset cabinet styling.

Flooring - Marazzi porcelain 2x8 set in double herringbone pattern


Special Features

Overall we just loved the collaboration between us – we were able to explore ideas/options and really delve into unique, interesting materials and features. Dream clients and project.

Before & After