This home is a Tudor built in the early 1900s, oozing character. The interiors were totally renovated and I was commissioned to design the 453 square foot kitchen. The client wanted clean lines yet keep the character and historical ambiance.
The kitchen/pantry was dark, old and completely impractical. While maintaining the historic presence in this home it made total sense for Douglas Wright to design the space by removing the wall that separated the kitchen and the pantry. Our goal as a team was to preserve the integrity of this incredible home. The quart sawn and rift white oak resonated throughout the home. To have a lighter feel the ceruse finish is so bright and beautiful and fits the feeling.

Photographer: Neil Landino
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