Dated 70’s kitchen gets Colonial Williamsburg upgrade
Traditional Colonial style home still had all of the original fixtures, finishes and appliances from when it was built in 1974. Her family’s love of Colonial Williamsburg was the design inspiration for the new space. The remodel included removing the wall between kitchen and family room allowing the client to host her large family in one space. Features included gourmet appliances, personalized storage solutions, mixture of stained and painted custom Shaker cabinetry, Cambria quartz countertops and architectural details like the shiplap & wood beam ceiling.
“We talked about remodeling for a long time, but never did it,” Glenna says, “Things got so bad, the oven wasn’t working… The stove wasn’t working. I figured, this is it.”
Design by Olivia Kern Meadows MASM, UDCP
Project Manager John Coleman CRPM
Read more about this project in TriVillage magazine!