This total kitchen makeover transformed an outdated and crowded kitchen into a light and airy space more functional for today. Featuring open shelving, quartzite countertops, plus all stainless appliances the new kitchen checked many of our client’s boxes. The result was a beautiful traditional kitchen with personalized touches. Our clients purchased the historic home for its convenient location and great neighborhood. The 1890s shingle-style home had many ornate details that added to its appeal. But after living in the house
with three small children, the homeowners realized that the kitchen just did not work for them. The kitchen had been previously remodeled in the 1960s and did not match the style of the Victorian era home. The layout of the room did not utilize the space. Plus, the storage was a source of endless frustration. The homeowners came to Red House for a solution. Our design team reconfigured the layout, added a large island, custom cabinetry, and updated the style to give the family the kitchen they needed.