In this renovation of a 1920′s home the details can be seen everywhere. A series of custom maple and cherry panels fit together to define space and provide privacy.

The kitchen is separated functionally from the rest of the home by a custom rectangular wood clad structure that contains storage and an appliance garage on the side facing into the kitchen and a powder room on the side facing the hall. This feature unit gives the kitchen a strong architectural component and helps enhance the sharp geometry of the design.

The maple and cherry millwork is continued beyond the kitchen and throughout the entire ground floor, integrating this stunning gem of a kitchen into this light filled contemporary home.