This kitchen, at the rear of a historic rowhome, was last renovated in the 1970’s – when our clients first purchased the home. The long-awaited overhaul included demolition of two major structural elements: the butler’s staircase that separated the kitchen from the dining room; and the entire rear masonry wall. We added an 8-foot breakfast nook with a slider door to the new rear deck and two peninsulas with bar seating. The new open floor plan presented long sightlines from front to back.
Read more about this home’s transformation here.