Bet you have Lots of questions when it comes to Renovations, and/or Additions. The easiest way to start is with a Professional who is experienced with knowledge to answer all your questions before starting a project.
An example, is a 100 Year old beach Cottage that the client envisioned to restore to a place back in time. Let me make it very clear, a restoration project is much more timely and expensive to do, but the outcome is worth it.
Let me show some “before and after” photos of the Kitchen, Dining, Powder and Bath.
This will be presented to you as a Sequel so you can enjoy the process.
We will give you a sneak peek of the different rooms with an continued viewing as we develop this tired old house into an Exquisite Charming Beach Cottage of its yesteryear.
Part 1: The Kitchen Area
The existing kitchen was basic, limited, and lacked storage for pots and pan. The sink was small, and the cabinets were aged and boring.
Although the kitchen was small there was great potential to design the space creatively and still achieve the “aged Charm” of the Beach Cottage.
The creative design of the new kitchen added additional cabinetry for storage, a 3″ Butcher Block work space, attached to an island with drawers, and with counter height seating using comfortable Swivel chairs.
We used Designer Refrigerator, and Range to complete our 1920’s vintage influence, and also accommodating the modern luxuries of a microwave, wall mounted TV and more.
The other features of a ceramic farm sink adds an “old” coastal beach feel. We were able to keep the original rear “servants” stairs, and radiators of the original Charm of the Beach Cottage.
The wood floor is a bamboo, 5″ plank scuffed wood with aged white finish to complement the White Shaker cabinets. The countertop is a combination of a leathered durango stone, and an accent of a white carrera quartz on the island, and black walnut butcher block.
Our backsplash is a fired glazed clay ceramic tile that completes our cozy kitchen. Every small detail enhances the kitchen. The hardware is a varied styles of a weathered silver.
The lighting and ceiling fan, reflects the err time of colored glass, and mosaic.
More to come, stay in touch…Susie