After waiting 20 years, a professional couple desired to update and create a gourmet cook’s kitchen in their 1924 home. The previous kitchen was one of four adjacent rooms which included a laundry/ pantry, an office niche and a family room. The client desired to have one large room with better flow and accomplished this by relocating the laundry to another room and removing walls between spaces. This was no small feat and required a large structural frame hidden behind cabinets and in walls.
The kitchen became one large open and light filled space serving many functions. The space became a combination of traditional elements such as historic windows and cremone bolts with modern surprises such as the sparkling LED light fixture over the island. Slabs of quartzite for the island countertop and backsplash became the inspiration for the palette. Beautiful details such as the hand crafted knobs, and light filled glass cabinet completed this bespoke kitchen.
Constructed by: Tomrose Construction