The first phase of the remodel of this hundred-year-old craftsman home included a new kitchen and adjacent family room. The project features mahogany cabinets, marble counter tops, and twin farmhouse sinks flanking a butcher-block topped island. The kitchen area is topped with an arched ceiling to create a feeling of openness and differentiate the space from the adjoining family room, which includes a mahogany seating nook and built-in media / work center.
As part of the project we gutted the basement to create 1,100 sq. feet of new space including a game room, study, laundry room, bath and wine cellar. The final phase included interior design / furniture selection.