The kitchen in this 1740's house was dramatically transformed with just minor changes

The kitchen in this 1740’s house was dramatically transformed with just minor changes. Most of the existing cabinets were kept intact – just painted a fresh color – and new cherry doors were added. Additional cabinets lengthened the kitchen and a center island replaced an awkward peninsula. The island is anchored at one end with a chestnut table made from antique boards found in the walls, discovered when a wider opening was created between the kitchen and the dining room.

Designed By: Simmons Quality Home Improvement, Inc.

Project Type: Kitchen renovation

Year Completed: 2010