Historic Home Interior Renovation

Built in 1860, this historic home is located next to Phillips Academy in Andover MA and has served as a home to the academy’s administrators. The kitchen was a utilitarian, dark and cramped space. The goal of the remodel was to create a brighter and more elegant kitchen. Two new windows on either side of the cooking area, bring in light and views of the backyard. A wood paneled raised ceiling with drop soffit was added, giving new depth and warmth to the room. A glass display cabinet with interior lighting lines one wall adding to the airy, bright ambiance. Elegant styling includes hand painted custom cabinetry from Jewett Farms with decorative furniture feet and a hand-hammered copper range hood.Cosmic black granite replaced the outdated Formica countertops. A custom designed backsplash tile consists of a traditional 3 x 6 subway tile with custom selected square mosaics which tie the dark counters in with the white cabinets. Coppery accents within the mosaics reflect the copper range hood and beautiful wood floors. The flooring throughout the first floor was replaced with antique reclaimed oak. Pendant lighting is Grant by Quoizel from House of Antique

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Nancy Brandon added this to Nancy's Ideas1 May 2022

Ceiling accent? Maybe too much ?

kathylongson added this to final design Roseneath 4/1115 April 2021

two level island love the pendants

kathylongson added this to Final 70 Rose14 January 2021

island with two levels upper level counter dark wood? storage cabs on both sides of island

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