This dream kitchen was made possible through a creative hand of architecture and engineering design. A mud room was removed from the rear of the home and walls were bumped out to create a kitchen. It was necessary to add large steel beams to remove existing exterior walls in making this old back porch into a spacious open kitchen and create a butler’s pantry in the existing kitchen. Custom cabinets made of hard maple and cherry with shaker style doors and beaded front frames topped with Honed Mountain White Danby marble were installed. The backsplash features hand painted tile. Stainless steel appliances included refrigerated drawers, warming drawers and ice machine. Ann Sacks Terra Cotta tile and Provincial Hickory hardwood covered the new floors. Custom wood wrapped beams covered the 10’ ceiling. The roof on the kitchen ties in the exterior and also adds a French country style pop to the rear patio area.
- Remodelers of Distinction Award Outdoor Living Space Renovation – 2013
- GuildQuality’s 2014 Guildmaster Award Honors