With new homeowners, this 1937 home has gotten new updates!
The main goals of this remodel were to gain an open layout, add more prep countertop space, incorporate a dishwasher, and update the aesthetics.
While the past layout left much of the kitchen space unused, this new design has added eleven linear feet of countertops. Reconfigured cabinetry offers a new way of organizing and incorporates cabinets dedicated to the back entry.
Selections were made to remain true to the home’s original style and blend with the owner’s appreciation for midcentury modern.
Well made, MN-built cabinetry was used to last the home’s lifespan.
Classic subway tile, sconce light fixtures, solid wood flooring, and tile flooring pay tribute to the home’s Tudor style.
With all this, the variety of finishes provides a contrast that mixes and matches style with color.
Overall the finished product is a good representation of the owner’s understanding of quality, appreciation for beauty, and welcoming spirit.