Have you ever dreamed in remodeling your aging 1990’s home and transforming it into a modern farmhouse but thought this could never be possible? Well, I guess this home is here to inspire you!
The original house was a home built in the mid 1990’s in a neighborhood of mostly one-story 1950’s houses. The work involved primarily updating and reconfiguring interiors to suit the owners’ lifestyle. Dillon Kyle Architects redesigned the kitchen with simpler, cleaner lines, and added a mudroom by converting the three-car garage to a two-car garage and moving the powder room.
The new farmhouse kitchen, an important space in the life of the family, is now bright and open. Its new proportions and clearly defined shape mimics those of the rest of the renovated house.
Photos by Casey Dunn Photography.
Don’t be afraid to make an statement with your front door! This black steel front door was custom made for the house. Isn’t it beautiful?
A curved ceiling demarcates this space relative to the living space, creating definition without separation. Wall paint color is similar to “Benjamin Moore White Dove OC-17”.
I have always loved a white kitchen with turquoise island but this farmhouse version is extra appealing!
Steel Window: The steel windows on this project were custom produced by a local fabricator.
Kitchen counterstools are from Restoration Hardware.
Kitchen Island Dimensions
The kitchen island paint color is custom but very similar to Benjamin Moore Yarmouth Blue.
The island is roughly 14′ x 5′.
Butcher’s block countertop adds warmth to the island while white marble brings a classic feel to this kitchen.
The kitchen lighting were part of the owner’s collection and the designers incorporated them into the design.
The existing wood floors were refinished to a custom specification. The kitchen opens to a pantry.
Extra appliances were brought to the pantry to make of this a more practical space. Notice the shiplap used on walls and as backsplash.
To make this 1990s home more family-friendly, the architects converted the three-car garage to a two-car garage to add a mudroom.
Shiplap walls and durable stone flooring brings character and durability to this farmhouse mudroom.
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