Built in 1939, these homeowners loved their neighborhood and colonial home. It has an expansive living room and generous dining room, but the kitchen was too small for their young, active family. They wanted to create a space for their children to play and where the family could gather together for activities.
Through careful connections to the redesigned spaces, the formal aspects of the home were retained. The remodeled kitchen with added family room provides a generous area for cooking, socializing and informal get-togethers. A hardworking, beautiful butler’s pantry connects the new kitchen and traditional dining room. Stunning, deep-blue Greenfield cabinetry with delicate brass “jewelry” keeps servingware organized and the eyes delighted. In the new back entrance, elegant meets rustic in a herringbone brick floor.
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