This historic Rosewood home was built in 1926. Two adjacent walls were removed and replaced with a structural ceiling beam to create an open-concept kitchen. This added much needed square footage to the area. Much of the original architectural features such as door casing and windows remained in place or were restored to maintain the historic integrity.
The project flowed smoothly through proper planning and team work. There was great communication from design concept to the field with the homeowners, project manager and installers.
The homeowners chose indigo blue shaker style cabinets in keeping eith the historic style period. A built in banquet was created to accomadate an eat in function. The newly renovated eclectic open concept results from a balance of historic colors with a classic carrara pattern countertop and timeless subway back-splash with preserved architectural elements with modern maple painted cabinents and durable quartz countertops. The homeowners and designer collaborated to add custom seat cushions and window treatments.
Photos by Eagle Photography
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