Our clients wanted to update the kitchen with a better layout that makes circulation in the space better. There was a peninsula that jutted out, breaking up the space. They also wanted to open the kitchen up to the rest of the house, without loosing the original character of the home; which was built in 1901.
The range needed to remain in the existing location, due to venting of the hood. It was located in the old fireplace. We wanted to bring in more character to the space, so we decided to expose the original brick that was behind the drywall. We also wanted to make sure that all of the mill-work was consistent to the rest of the house, to highlight some of the original moldings. We were able to find a custom molding and rosettes to blend with the existing. Our clients were wonderful and knew exactly what they wanted.