Tudor Remodel

Architect: Tom Delango, FAIA, Architectual Alliance
Cabinetry:: Partners 4, Design - Crystal Cabinets
Kitchen Designer/Architect:: John B.A. Idstrom II
David Ostriem

The owner of the Tudor style home built during the 70’s wanted to update the house to be more closely connected to the swimming pool, koi pond and garden. The architect switched the kitchen and family room location to create a more open connection, which allowed for more light and greater views. White washed wood replaced dark wood cabinetry and dark beams. The new kitchen in its new location incorporated an antique table the owner found that had been in a bakery for over 50 years. One could still smell the cinnamon absorbed in the wood top. The custom manufactured quarter-sawn oak cabinetry with horizontal veneers, the blue stone countertops, the Wolf and Sub-zero appliances, the backlit etched glass wall cabinet doors and the back-painted glass back-splash all contribute to the new updated appearance of the kitchen.

Others who worked on this project: Crystal Cabinets
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