The Ross home is a Victorian built in 1902. To stay with the farmhouse charm of this home, the Ross’ picked white cabinetry, a new window and a farmhouse sink. This kitchen was opened up by removing two walls that separated the kitchen from the dining room. By doing this the space became more inviting, open and entertainment friendly. It also allowed us to move the appliances to where they belong for more functional operation.
We modernized the kitchen by adding cabinets to the ceiling, giving the Ross’s more storage space, crown moulding, hidden outlets to make the gorgeous marble back splash look clean and elegant. under cabinet and interior cabinet lighting. Also added a niche next to the stove for cookbooks, nick knacks, etc.
We also modernized this space by staining the newly laid hardwood floors with a dark stain picked out by the homeowners, installed black honed granite counter tops and a beverage center with a state of the art Perlick refrigerator.