Hello, my friends. How are you doing? I honestly can’t believe Christmas is a week away from today! Oh, wow… I can feel butterflies when I think about it and yes, I am allowing myself to be like a child at this special moment of the year. I think that only children can feel the magic of Christmas and I am hoping to have some of that… I hope you allow yourself to have a truly peaceful and happy time with your loved ones, from start to finish. 🙂
I could talk about Christmas for a long time, but that might tire you and I am guessing you’re here to see some inspiring interiors, right? If not, leave a comment about your favorite Christmas traditions at the end of the post. I will love to know them! Meanwhile, I am really excited to share this gorgeous historic home renovation by Edward Deegan Architects and Interiors (previously featured here, here , here & here – find a comfy spot and make sure to see these house tours!).
If you think that classic and traditional interior design are boring, this home will change your mind! Sure, you will find some extraordinary architectural details that you’re only able to find in historic homes, but the design here really brings this entire home to the next level. Forget everything you have seen when it comes to renovations. This team knows how to keep things fresh and current without compromising on quality.
Designing a spacious and practical kitchen in a historic home is always more complicated than anyone can anticipate, but the designers did an excellent job with this space. The entire room was completely reconfigurated and it now hosts a large kitchen with two islands, a Breakfast Nook and a large Family Room.
This kitchen island features Butcher countertop and a panel-ready beverage center. Custom cabinet doors with metal diamond-shaped grilles and wire mesh add a timeless appeal to the island.
The designer added the diamond detail on the island to match the windows in this historic home renovation. Kitchen island paint color is Farrow and Ball Hague Blue No. 30. This is a great, vivid, navy blue!
Counters are Leathered Super White Quartzite. What a gorgeous stone!
Faucet: Kohler Artifacts Polished Nickel.
The kitchen cabinets are custom-made and the color is Benjamin Moore Simply White – often chosen by interior designers, builder and cabinet makers.
Range: Wolf – Other more affordable option: here.
Backsplash features a herringbone insert over the range. This is a simple and economical, not to mention, not too busy, way to add interest to your kitchen.
A kitchen runner can add so much character and make your kitchen feel warmer and add more personality. I never spend too much money on my runners. This way, I can replace them from time-to-time without breaking the bank or feeling guilty. 🙂
A pocket door conceals a gorgeous pantry with floor-to-ceiling subway tile and two-toned cabinets. The blue cabinets on the right are Farrow and Ball Hague Blue and the white cabinets on the left are Simply White by Benjamin Moore.
Lighting: Visual Comfort.
The breakfast nook features a custom L-shaped banquette. These windows inspired the diamond inset detail on the kitchen island. Aren’t they beautiful?!
Dining Table: here.
Dining Chairs: Williams Sonoma Home.
Flooring: 2.25” Red Oak Hardwood Flooring with a custom stain – similar here.
The kitchen opens to a Family Room with coffered ceiling. Wall paint color is Benjamin Moore OC-23 Classic Gray.
Island Lamps: Visual Comfort Carthage Mini Lamp.
Family Room Cabinets: Custom-designed, Simply White OC-117 by Benjamin Moore with custom grilles. That adorable puppy is just to make us love this home even more! 🙂
Lighting: Visual Comfort David 18″ Art Light – similar here.
This Family Room is perfect for relaxing and keep an eye on the kids while cooking.
Leather Ottoman: CR Laine, custom (Available through the designer) – Other Beautiful Option: here.
Fireplace Surround Stone: Marble.
Ceiling Lighting: Hudson Valley 6-Light Chandelier.
This hallway connects the kitchen to the formal dining room. This wall was designed to look like a wall with shiplap paneling, but it actually conceals a really fun room!
Can you guess what’s behind that door… too easy, right? Ah… you can just read it below… tsk tsk 🙂
Lighting: Visual Comfort.
How fun is this powder bath?! Wallcovering is Thibaut Imperial Dragon (Available through the designer). Paint color is Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace on trim and wainscoting and Benjamin Moore Hale Navy on ceiling.
Washstand: Megmade Finish in High Gloss Piano finish in Benjamin Moore Hale Navy.
Chandelier: Visual Comfort Gramercy Mini Chandelier.
Mirror: Ballard Designs – similar here.
Flooring: 2.25” Red Oak.
Faucet: Studio Line at Waterworks.
The formal dining room features the original buffet cabinet and a neutral wallpaper. Cabinet, ceiling and trim paint color is Benjamin Moore Simply White in High Gloss.
Wallpaper: Schumacher Chenonceau, Bisque.
Featuring the original fireplace, this living room feels cozy and inviting.
Coffee Table: Pottery Barn.
Etegers: Vintage, Accessories by the designers.
Hide rug was clients – similar here.
Wall color is Benjamin Moore AC-18 Smokey Mountain.
The master bathroom feels luxurious without compromising on the authenticity of this historic home.
Ceiling Light: Visual Comfort Paris Flea Market Small Flush Mount.
Faucet: Rohl Arcana C-Spout.
Countertop: Marble-looking Quartz.
Walls: Marble Tile – similar here.
Cabinets: Custom Designed, Farrow and Ball Light Blue No. 22.
Floor Tile: Marble from Etched in stone, Glenview, IL – similar here (lighter in color).
Tub: York Victoria and Albert.
Tub Filler: Rohl.
The designer hid the roller shades in the window trim. They did this treatment for all windows in the new addition of the house.
A red side door opens to a mudroom with direct view to the kitchen.
This mudroom might be narrow, but it certainly mighty! 🙂 The navy blue cabinets were perfectly designed for this space and the elongated hex tiles along with the barn pendants add plenty of character to the space! Cabinet paint color is Farrow and Ball Hague Blue.
Wall Color: Benjamin Moore Classic Gray.
Trim & Wainscoting: Simply White by Benjamin Moore.
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