This 1929 Tudor kitchen and porch in St. Paul’s Macalester-Groveland neighborhood was ready for a remodel. The existing back porch was falling off the home and the kitchen was a challenge for the family.
A new kitchen was designed that opened up to the dining room, to create more light and sense of space.
A small back addition was completed to extend the mudroom space and storage. Castle designed and constructed a new open back porch with Azek
composite decking, new railing, and stunning arch detail on the roof to coordinate with the home’s existing sweeping lines.
Inside the kitchen, Crystal cabinetry, Silestone quartz countertops, Blanco composite sink, Kohler faucet, new appliances from Warners’ Stellian, chevron tile backsplash from Ceramic Tileworks, and new hardwoods, laced in to match the existing, fully update the space.
One of our favorite details is the glass-doored pantry for the homeowners to showcase their Fiestaware!