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Transitional kitchen photo in Boston with wood countertops, flat-panel cabinets and medium tone wood cabinets

Admiral's House

Transitional Kitchen, Boston

This stately Georgian home in West Newton Hill, Massachusetts was originally built in 1917 for John W. Weeks, a Boston financier who went on to become a U.S. Senator and U.S. Secretary of War. The home’s original architectural details include an elaborate 15-inch deep dentil soffit at the eaves, decorative leaded glass windows, custom marble windowsills, and a beautiful Monson slate roof. Although the owners loved the character of the original home, its formal layout did not suit the family’s lifestyle. The owners charged Meyer & Meyer with complete renovation of the home’s interior, including the design of two sympathetic additions. The first includes an office on the first floor with master bath above. The second and larger addition houses a family room, playroom, mudroom, and a three-car garage off of a new side entry. Front exterior by Sam Gray. All others by Richard Mandelkorn.
Transitional kitchen photo in Boston with wood countertops, flat-panel cabinets and medium tone wood cabinets - Houzz
Meyer & Meyer, Inc. Architecture and Interiors
Meyer & Meyer, Inc. Architecture and Interiors
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kasagankasagan wrote:January 29, 2013
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    8 years ago
    It's limestone tiles.
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