13,756 historic kitchen renovation and addition Home Design Photos

Woodstone Renovation LLC
4 Reviews
Woodstone Renovation LLC
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Woodstone Renovation LLC
historic kitchen renovation and addition
Woodstone Renovation LLC
“dark floor dark cabinets--marble top for island” — jdjhlong
Carr, Lynch and Sandell, Inc.
new link between historic house and barn
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new link between historic house and barn
Renovation of an historic home. An addition between the existing house and barn in Hingham's Glad Tidings Historic District created a new entry, informal living room, kitchen with cooking fireplace and pantry, and deck. The addition, with it's clerestory, provides lots of natural lighting. The client
client now has a large free-flowing, light filled, area to entertain that they were missing in the historic house. Photos by Randy O'Rourke
me about the kitchen countertops and who made the kitchen cabinets!
i love this home - i drive by it all time! can you tell me about the kitchen countertops (marble or granite? color) and who made the kitchen cabinets. Thanks! Francine
“Bailey” — Panciera & Associates
John Kraemer & Sons
34 Reviews
Historic St. Paul Kitchen and Mudroom Addition/Renovation
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Historic St. Paul Kitchen and Mudroom Addition/Renovation
A kitchen & mudroom addition/renovation in St. Paul's historic Crocus Hill neighborhood Photography: Susan Gilmore
Landscaping trees good and addition awning over door cool
historic coloring is gorgeous!
Addition is not brick
addition ideas...Colors and addition
“Addition” — sadiewilliam
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Kitchen Transformation
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the Galbraith & Paul drum pendant and the salvaged antique glass monopoint track pendants all help to provide a warmth to the crisp detailing. Renovation/Addition. Rob Karosis Photography
This kitchen was formerly a dark paneled, cluttered, divided space with little natural light. By eliminating partitions and creating a more functional, open floorplan, as well as adding modern windows with traditional detailing, providing lovingly detailed built-ins for the clients extensive collection
Can you tell me where the refrigerator is located and the dimensions of the kitchen? Thanks!
Where is the frig in this beautiful kitchen and are there
all-time favorite kitchen. ***sigh*** Thank you for being so helpful with your answers.
“windows” — samshubrook
Rybak Architecture & Development, P.C.
Bleeker Street Historic Renovation
Ideabooks326
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Renovated 1884 Victorian Miners Cabin, with Master Suite Pavilion Addition Photographer: David O. Marlow
Architecture & Development, P.C. 2. Is it in a historic district? If so, the design and permit processes can be lengthier and more expensive, and using the required historically correct materials can add significantly to the cost. But a historically protected neighborhood and architecturally unique
2. Is it in a historic district? If so, the design and permit processes can be lengthier and more expensive, and using the required historically correct materials can add significantly to the cost. But a historically protected neighborhood and architecturally unique homes often mean more consistent —
“Finally! An itty, bitty turret!” — lujohorse
Wyant Architecture
5 Reviews
Farmhouse Addition
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The form of the addition is evocative of a traditional Pennsylvania bank barn structure. A second floor deck, carved out of the copper 'forebay’, is covered with a glass skylight that empties via chain downspouts to river rock drainage beds below. Builder: Karl Snyder Photographer: Jeffrey Totaro
Strong form of the addition and roof window
Love the tranisition of the updated addition to the existing structure.
Great modern addition to an 1800s farmhouse.This is exactly what I hope ours looks like.
Mixed roof shingles and aluminum addition
siding for "additions" on to house
of what a barn can look like. They’ve indicated the historical reference to a barn in the cutout deck by imitating a barn’s forebay on the second floor, but these are subtle devices. Proportion is the key player in this addition.Lateral additions have the benefit of providing a new perspective on the
“single wall” — gtpmrs7m8x
Dennison and Dampier Interior Design
6 Reviews
Duke Street, Alexandria
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Paint product to use on historic home?
My husband and I are in the process of renovating an 1830's farmhouse. I want to paint the house but he is adamant about the process because of the age of the brick and mortar. What products/paint do you recommend for using on a historic home? And what is the
Wow. Love the use of functional exterior wood shutters. Perfect for such a beautiful historic building. Similar shutters can be found at http://www.shutterland.net/louvered-shutters.
husband and I are in the process of renovating an 1830's farmhouse. I want to paint the house but he is adamant about the process because of the age of the brick and mortar. What products/paint do you recommend for using on a historic home? And what” “e the painted brick and shutter color.” “Can you please
“love painting” — slaughter95
Clawson Architects, LLC
24 Reviews
Historical Four Square with Large Front Porch
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Historical Four Square with Large Front Porch
unfortunate addition did not foster a cheerful lifestyle. Upon entry, the immediate focus of the Entry Hall was an enclosed staircase which arrested the flow and energy of the home. As you circulated through the rooms of the house it was apparent that there were numerous dead ends. The previous addition did
you so much--it truly is a beautiful and gracious home. The house was built in the early 1900's and is on the Historic Register and all of the improvements to the facade received the Historic Preservation Committee's blessing. The Attic has 3 bedrooms and 1 bath, the 2nd floor has a Master suite, three
full bathroom, sauna and gym. The house is approximately 2,750sq feet on the first floor. The plans are not for sale. Should you desire to build or renovate a house for yourself, and would like to incorporate some of the design ideas that are showcased here, please contact us directly. All of our projects
“Porch” — eid2011
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