THE MAIN LINE PROJECT is not only the kitchen, but also includes the mudroom, powder room, breakfast room, and family room. We began in early January, and as we approached the home stretch, the COVID shut-down put on the brakes, so we have before and almost after photos to share.
The original kitchen was very nice in it’s day with fashionable pickled wood cabinetry, and corian counter. The clients enjoy cooking and eating, and were underserved by the small island and lack of storage.
Long before the work began, there was the planning process. Once we agreed on the space plan, we moved to the finishes. The client loved our presentation of gray painted and ceruse stained cabinetry, concrete style floor tile, calcutta quartz, brass hardware and Visual Comfort lighting.
Once the demo of kitchen, and floor was complete, we opened up the doorway, removed the soffit, and replaced the sink window with a black accent window. Please note that this load bearing wall required an architects specification for reinforcement.
This is a home stretch picture! At this appointment, we reviewed barstool selection, lighting and furniture for the breakfast room and family room, and the mirror and accessories for the powder room, so when it’s safe and OK to be back to work, we will wrap up and have some proper photos taken!
This post was written by Camille Gracie