This beautiful home is almost a hundred years old and in a more historic area in the city. It’s beautiful and our clients want to maintain the history of the home while updating it to be more open, functional and reflect their personal style.
The clients wanted to create a more modern and upscale feel to this historic home while still maintaining that historic charm. The kitchen had been updated about 20 years prior, but did little to reflect the charm of the home.
For the design of the kitchen, the intent was to lighten up the space with white cabinetry, gold accents, and bright quartz countertops. A modern chateau feel was the inspiration, along with glam lighting and beautiful cabinetry.
Tearing down the wall between the kitchen and dining room makes the entire space more open and more functional for entertaining and hosting. To maintain the original look of the house, all of the windows on the main level are staying, so a range with a downdraft included will be used on the back wall. Having the sink in the island will allow our clients to look out into the living room instead of the house right next door.
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Paint | Cabinet Paint Color | Island Paint Color | Countertop | Backsplash | Sink | Faucet | Cabinet Hardware | Dishwasher Pull | Nook and Island Pendants | Dining Room Chandelier | Sconces Over Range