This splendid Tudor had seen many renovations but the kitchen remodel was saved for last. Our client wanted a functional space that reflected the style of the home and would serve as a gathering place for years to come. Large, professional-style appliances needed to be incorporated while maintaining the stately, yet warm feel of the home. To achieve this, we designed custom wood panels for the appliances to evoke a furniture feel and open shelves at the wet bar for convenience. A built-in pantry with antique, mirrored-mullion doors hides small appliances and kitchen items. Herringbone wood floors provide a timeless look, while large Barley twist legs on the island, and wrought iron hardware and shelf brackets reinforce the room’s Tudor charm. A copper hood was designed as a nod to the Old World and large chandeliers dramatically light the space.
Awards: LVBA Award Winner, 2015
Featured: Lehigh Valley Style Magazine, March 2016