In this beautiful cathedral ceilinged Amherst NH kitchen, the homeowner wanted to retain the historic character of the antique home. They also wanted to create a space that would serve a busy growing family as well as be a spot for impromptu get togethers with friends. Wooden beams, original to the home, glass fronted white cabinets along with a stainless steel commercial range and a paneled refrigerator pull the look together. The 9 foot walnut topped island is the centerpiece of this design. It is beautiful, warm and functional, housing a second undercounter fridge for extra drinks easily accessible by children.
The barn red pantry cabinet pictured below provides the storage in this kitchen. Besides drawers for cereal boxes and shelves for snacks, there is also a wine rack inside.
A sophisticated and inviting makeover for a condo
In this southern NH kitchen, the homeowners wanted to update the 1980s kitchen into
An historic home gets a well deserved makeover
A South End kitchen, Portsmouth NH
The clients were very specific in that they wanted a corner stove. We worked together to come up with a design that was easy to use and fit the histoirc nature of the house.