modern kitchen & entry
2012 Professional Remodeler Design Awards Bronze in Kitchen Remodel category; Interior Designer Sheila Cosgrove of Cosgrove Design
A mid-century brick rambler had all the right stuff: a mostly open floor plan, a partial water view, and good bones. The exception was the kitchen: walled off from the dining area, windows in all the wrong places, limited counter space and an '80s-era remodel that had solved none of those problems. The solution was to go contemporary. Completed 2011.
Interior Designer: Sheila Cosgrove of Cosgrove Design
- By removing the wall, relocating windows and the door, this remodel creates a truly open floor plan
- Replacing the door with a new mahogany door with reed glass provides privacy while bringing in light
- The cabinets are low VOC with formaldehyde-free plywood that is FSC certified
- Cork floors and a number of the materials used in the project were chosen for their sustainability
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