We took what was a dark, awkwardly planned 1920's Dutch Colonial and transformed it into an open, bright space that captures the connection to the dense residential neighborhood. The existing kitchen was tucked into a dark corner and had a view of the detached garage. Our family-oriented clients wanted the kitchen to be the hub of the home and emphasis was put on daylighting and views of the backyard and street. Inspired by a window-filled conservatory, we designed a small addition to the home so that we could create better flow throughout the entire home.
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Custom table designed locally
Woodblock island and a cozy banquette complete the kitchen look
Side view of butler's pantry shows pocket door and view into kitchen proper
Original fireplace + custom stair railing
Custom wallpaper print by the Pattern People
Upstairs landing accommodates book storage and discrete laundry closet
The playful kids bathroom adds an edge of sophistication with Ann Sacks tile and under-mount sinks
Custom designed bench for easy organization + sliding partition