Gilley Kitchen + Bath
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Farmington Ave 1920's Home gets the kitchen it deserves...

Project Year: 2015
Project Cost: $75,001 - $100,000
Country: United States
Zip Code: 06107
Farmington Ave 1920's Beauty gets new lease on life
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This project involved relocating a half-bath, adding an exterior door and landing and opening an existing stairway. The quarter-sawn White Oak island was designed and built to emulate furniture pieces typical to the vintage and quality of this majestic 1920's home. Nathan Spotts- Photographer
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This kitchen was designed to be as hard working as its owners. Their desire to prepare home cooked meals for three teenage sons necessitated a large amount of refrigerated storage and a high-performance DCS range. Nathan Spotts- Photographer
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The bar area provides not only a second prep sink but functions as a landing/serving area between the kitchen and formal dining room. The honed Jet Mist Granite has the timeless appearance of soapstone without the maintenance. The island top is a magnificent slab of 5CM Carrera Marble- a full 2" Thick! Nathan Spotts- Photographer
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The original window was replaced with this larger unit. By bringing the sink forward, we were able to provide more space behind the sink. Nathan Spotts- Photographer
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In addition to convenient under-counter refrigeration, this bar area conceals a charging station located in the top drawer. Nathan Spotts- Photographer
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For the new half bath, we were able to re-purpose a door original to the house that had been stored in the attic. We stripped the multiple layers of paint to reveal this beauty. We also had new cutters custom made to recreate the original door moldings precisely. We find that these are the minor details that really make a huge difference in the final product. Nathan Spotts-...More
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We were able to customize this unit to allow full access under the existing staircase. ' Nathan Spotts- Photographer
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