The house: 100 years old, a former boarding house in Greenwood. The owners: determined to mark its centennial by updating the look without losing sight of the past. Classic white custom cabinetry contrasts with eye-popping glass art tile and hand-blown light fixtures. An inviting furniture-style island cabinet draws in guests and an Ipea deck beckons outside. Doors, windows and walls moved - the result is colorful, true to form, and seamless. Completed 2007.
Architect: Kim Goforth of Goforth-Gill Architects
- Custom white cabinets are juxtaposed against Disco Inferno mosaic glass tile
- Lindal windows overlook the sink area, which includes an iron farm sink and Caesarstone countertops
- The kitchen now flows seamlessly into the dining room, which features an imported glass chandelier
- The former location of the kitchen becomes a cozy media room, with a new entrance to the powder bath
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