The owners of a Tudor-esque 1900s stucco home in Newton wanted to renovate their kitchen. There were several design challenges to tackle, including making the half bath more accessible to guests, relocating the laundry room and creating more storage for the mudroom and kitchen.
The owners also sought a stronger connection between the kitchen and eating area, a gazebo which was added in the 1990s.
After finalizing the design, the first step was demolition. Never a pretty sight.
Next came a major part of the project – removing an existing column and installing a steel carrying beam. With the new open layout, the kitchen begins to take shape.
Our innovative design staff came up with a fabulous way to keep appliances handy but out of sight.
Read our summer newsletter to see the completed project revealed. Have a design dilemma you need solved? Contact us.