This nearly 100-year-old home was showing its age and boasting a small kitchen footprint. The family had lived there for many years and clearly understood what they wanted to achieve with the renovation. Creating a connection between the kitchen and dining room was extremely important while maintaining the elegance of an older, very traditional home. The task was straightforward.
Custom cabinetry, in contrasting wood species, was produced in a traditional, elegant style in keeping with the rest of the home. Built-in hutch cabinets at the dining room created a connection between the two rooms and framed the traditional pocket door opening. New windows at the kitchen were the perfect complement to the upper cabinet glass doors. While the overall kitchen is not huge, it is very efficient with well-appointed storage and appliance locations.