Turn of the Century Home Gets Fresh Update

Just before the turn of the century, this house was built but didn’t get the finishing touches it deserved… until now. The house was built in 1999, the client wanted to update the kitchen by removing the tile floors, adding hardwood floor to the entire first floor and completely update the cabinets to reflect her style and function. Glass doors on the cabinets on the back side of the island show off the colorful dishes and removing the raised bar area made this kitchen look more open and user friendly. Look at all of that counter space!

  • Style

    Traditional, Classic, Contemporary

Project Specs:
-Aged bronzed accent door lever
-Oak hardwood flooring
-Stainless steel Delta Leland pull-down kitchen faucet
– 40/60 stainless steel kitchen sink
-Antique bronze progressive lighting
–Monteaux oil rubbed bronze finish
-Off-white subway tile for Backsplash
–Porcelain matte penny round shower floors
–Soho white glossy shower walls w lantern accent
-Shaker white vanity in guest bath
-Shaker gray vanity in master bath
–Vanilla w/ brown glazed kitchen cabinets
– Double rev-a-shelf trash pullouts & six pantry pullouts
-Raleigh door style cabinets
-Satin nickel durham handle kitchen hardware
-Harlow hardware in master bath
– Santa Cecilia granite kitchen counter tops
-Pebble beach counter tops in master & guest baths

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