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Case Study

Challenge Remodel a small, poorly functioning kitchen to accommodate storage, workstations, and island seating while restyling it to the original vintage of the home.

Solution Remove a nonstructural wall, opening the kitchen to the home’s dining and living spaces. Replace the dated tile floor with hardwoods throughout these areas.

Results The new hardwood floor ties together the enlarged space. A framed inset kitchen cabinet style evokes the home’s original essence, with an enhanced sink station designed as a built-in breakfront and a large picture window brightening the area.

Throughout the kitchen, we matched period-authentic detailing with modern ergonomics to create a space that is both beautiful and functional.