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