This old house - This new kitchen
If you’ve not had a chance to visit our portfolio updates, you may have missed the latest about our kitchen project, located in a renovated 1920’s cottage in Monroe, North Carolina. We love working in our lovely historic district and we were very excited to be asked to participate in overhauling the entire kitchen, breakfast, mud entry, and powder bath spaces.
As per our caption in this portfolio: “In order to preserve a family home and its history, my clients made a cross-country relocation back to North Carolina. Their quest began with engaging us to remodel the heart of their home - the kitchen. Though a few of the original elements were intact, most had disappeared by the way of a late 1970s renovation. Thankfully, the pre-existing wood valances and upper side cabinets were still in good condition, as well as some built-ins near the breakfast area. I was delighted this couple wanted to retain them as our jumping-off point, since character and charm stood high on the list.”
You can imagine our delight was amplified when the folks from “This Old House Magazine” came calling! We didn’t get to share a visit with Steve and Norm; however, a talented field editor, Andrea Caughey, and photographer, Brie Williams captured beautiful project images to showcase, along with our photogenic clients, Steve and Gay Clyburn. A bit later, the article came to fruition and hit the newstands in September. I’m a little late in blogging about it but you can read the full article online by clicking on the image below.
Warm and enchanting describes our successful remodel and it's also true of our clients.
All my best! ~ Wanda
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