We transformed a dated kitchen stuck in a time warp from 1900s into a modern and functional space. We started by removing 1920’s wallpaper and old cabinets, opening up the kitchen by eliminating a restricting peninsula. We reconfigured the layout for better flow, added ample pantry storage, and even created a new upper hallway by repurposing square footage from closets and a former staircase.
In the main kitchen area, we squared off corners for more upper cabinetry and introduced a spacious island with a farmhouse sink, oven wall, and a cozy bench seat for family and guests. The updated bar area complements the design with a pop of color matching the island, while the pantry’s soft green color, black herringbone floor, and wood countertops maintain a classic, historic feel.
Our goal was to maximize every inch and create the kitchen and pantry of our clients’ dreams. The result is a truly remarkable transformation, with rich cognac-stained cabinets and a timeless plaster hood that ensures style and functionality for years to come.
If you’d like to start on your own transformation journey, use our plan now tool and visit our virtual showroom. We also have a blog with a step-by-step checklist to help you on your design adventure.