This cottage-inspired kitchen features reclaimed long leaf pine floors and 100-year-old beams pulled directly from the floor of the ship channel, perfectly preserved by the water.
The chandelier, one of our most frequently-requested, is a one-of-a-kind, found at a flea market, re-wired, and re-finished to match the space. It became the centerpiece of the design.
The cabinets adjacent to the farmhouse sink were carefully crafted and illuminated to display china, detailed with feet to appear as if they were hutches slid perfectly into place, all tied together by an antique finish which was carried to the island as well.
Unsure about whether or not she wanted a secondary prep sink, after the Lifestyle Analysis it became clear to this client that all she needed was the pot filler at the range. It suits her needs better and gives her family more prep space at the island.