Kitchen Interior Design and Remodel of a 1905 Queen Anne Victorian Home
This is the house where our clients’ family comes to eat great meals and connect during the holidays. Their knack for cooking large meals when their grown children and grandchildren visit required kitchen to be remodeled and opened up for better circulation and provide plenty of seating.
An oversized pantry that had a precious window in it was converted to built-in seating to use during those big family gatherings. We relocated the pantry to be built in and fit seamlessly into the cabinetry.
The kitchen at first had a desk and an island that was too large and didn’t provide enough functional storage. We addressed that by adding in updated cabinetry while respecting the home’s old-school Victorian style. The previous cabinetry was finished in honey oak, but we presented two paint options to our client – one conservative (white) and the other a wild card (green).
We were so happy to work with clients who entirely trusted the interior design process and took a walk on the wild side by choosing a green paint color for their cabinets. We love when clients choose the wild card!
This project won Houzz’s 2014 Kitchen of the Year and was recognized by Coco Kelly, Studio McGhee and was published in This Old House Magazine.
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