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Renovating the kitchen in this 1840’s farmhouse required consolidating the mudroom, garage and old kitchen to accommodate the lifestyle of a family with three busy teenagers. The design worked around five doorways opening into the kitchen. Architectural elements on the ceiling and particular placement of the tiered island created two distinct eating areas and differentiated work areas, including a baking area.

Kitchen Design

Additions, Renovations and New Construction
Baker Farm: Renovation of a 1840's New England farmhouse.
Newport Restored: Preserving the old fashion charm of a Victorian coastal home
Hudson Retreat: A contemporary design that is warm and inviting
Concord: Remodeling brings ease and elegance to this 1980's country kitchen