This 1954 colonial home had a small, outdated kitchen that no longer served the needs of this growing family.
The focal point of this new kitchen are two oversized islands, one for food prep and clean up, the other for sitting, eating, homework, and just a place to hang out as a family. The two islands are finished in a dramatic “Battleship” gray that offers a visual contrast to the custom “Elemental White” painted perimeter cabinetry.
Another beautiful focal point is an Ann Saks tile backsplash highlighting the custom hood, Thermador cooktop, and marble-inspired quartz countertops.
A large walk-in pantry sits behind a modern rolling barn door. It includes plenty of custom open shelving and a functional butcher block countertop.
Other highlights of this gorgeous space include a Room & Board light fixture, farmhouse sink, and built-in Thermador refrigeration.
Make sure to look at the custom porch addition that was part of this home remodeling project.