This charming 1913 Bungalow sits on the main street of Concord, NC in their Historic District. Prior to the kitchen renovation, the kitchen was a 70′s style, unfriendly 11′x13′ space. Attached was an unfinished 7′x11′ laundry room that had seen better days. The homeowners wanted to utilize this space to create an open, updated kitchen.
We opened up the space but continued the craftsman theme with understated moldings. We kept this style alive with custom cabinetry made to look like individual pieces of furniture, butcher block top, bead board details, reproduction pulls and exposed hinges. Get the look for your project below!
Location: Concord, NC
Flooring: 3-5/8″ Solid Woven Bamboo Flooring “Bamboo Spice”
Custom Cabinetry: Cabinet Creations by Tommy W. Smith
Wall Color: Sherwin Williams Ancient Marble SW6162
Trim Color: Sherwin Williams Valspar Bright White
Island Color: Sherwin Williams Svelte Sage SW6164
Countertop: Butcher Block on Island & Samsung Staron Solid Surface Acrylic Countertops “Ivory”
Backsplash: From The Floor Pavilion – Mannington 1×1 Glass/Stone/Mosaic Seagrass Blend #138124
Lighting: From Lee Lighting
As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands, one for helping yourself, the other for helping others. -Audrey Hepburn
Photos courtesy of E. Lee Roane