This Historic house in Canton needed to be refreshed. Before the Kitchen was very dark with wood paneling and it felt broken up by the large bulk head. We opened it up by removing the header going into the Kitchen. To lighten up the space we went with painted and glazed cabinetry and lighter airier tiles for flooring and backsplash selections. We removed the wood paneling around the brick chimney and exposed the original brick, which added great architectural detail to the space. Now the kitchen offers a lot more countertop space as well as storage because of the added height without the bulk head. We love the floating shelves and glass cabinet that also add to the open feeling of the new space. Some details that bring the wow factor include the Sub-Zero glass-front fridge, Wolf Range and Hood, Arched furniture base toe space detail, Dark Cambria Countertops the ground the space, and the classic 3x6 subway tile backsplash. The Butler's Pantry space right off of the kitchen is great too because it offers a microwave drawer, wine storage, small seating area and a TV.
We also remodeled a small powder room off of the kitchen with a lovely herringbone pattern marble floor, Kohler Tresham pedestal, and Moen Boardwalk Chrome fixtures. It's a classic look that fits in with the Historic characteristics of this home.