Project: Howard Street

Project: Howard Street

This was a total gut and remodel of an early twentieth century bungalow. The homeowners are empty nesters looking to make the most of the space in their 840 square foot home. The original bath still had no shower, and the kitchen hadn’t been updated in more than fifty years.

Kitcheart designed and supplied the kitchen and bath cabinetry to suit the homeowner’s transitional style. Hickory cabinetry was custom stained with a paint wash to match Sherwin Williams color, “Favorite Jeans.” Family dishes are hidden behind antique mirror cabinet door inserts with custom X mullions.

This kitchen is full of beauty and purpose. They chose Thermador appliances and a farm sink to complete the look and functionality. A last-minute addition to the kitchen was the cabinet extension under their flatscreen TV to keep all the components and wires hidden from view while providing additional counter space. The kitchen features a breakfast bar, open shelving, and under-counter washer and dryer.

In their master bathroom, the vanity cabinet was customized to hold the items she uses, including a favorite hair dryer.