existing back porch as part of the kitchen. The 1980’s remodel created two issues that were addressed in the current kitchen remodel:
1. The new family room (with 15’ ceilings) added a very contemporary feel to the home. As one walked from the dining room (complete with the original stained glass and built-ins
The designer addressed these 2 issues by creating a galley kitchen utilizing a mid-tone glazed finish on alder over an updated version of a shaker door. This door had wider styles and rails and a deep bevel framing the inset panel, thus incorporating the traditional look of the shaker door in a more
The designer specified an oiled natural maple butcher block as the counter for the eating bar. The lighting over the bar, from Rejuvenation Lighting, is a traditional shaker style, but finished in antique copper creating a new twist on an old theme.
To complete the traditional feel, the designer
textured design in it, but you can see hairline cracks in numerous places. I want to permanently fix it, what would you suggest?
this design has lots of potential. The main house comprise the kitchen, dining room, toilets, study on the downstairs and bedrooms upstairs, while the protruding area on the downstairs comprise the sitting room area. There's also a huge balcony upstairs.
modern design from the outside with great outdoor space.