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1920s Tudor Revival

The young clients were enamored by their home’s charming Gothic archways, timeless built-ins, original wood doors and stunning floors. Having cherished this historical gem for a decade, they decided it was time to infuse their personal style and tailor the space to suit their evolving lifestyle. Their foremost desire was a kitchen where they could relish cooking without constantly bumping into each other. They also sought to eliminate the open-faced temporary hallway shelves, making ample storage a crucial aspect of the new design. Preserving the home’s 1926 charm was equally paramount to them, so they aimed for a kitchen that seamlessly blended in with the home’s storied aesthetic.

The design-build team’s challenge was incorporating the client’s wishlist while remaining within the existing footprint. The new kitchen removed the compartmentalized areas, improving the overall flow and function. New windows and an exterior door let in tons of natural light; what’s more, their improved placement made way for the addition of a full powder bathroom, which now sits directly off the kitchen.

Opening the wall between the dining room and kitchen breathed new life into the home. The selected finishes—such as the Shaker-style white inset cabinets—are consistent with the home’s original design. They chose stained walnut cabinets for the island, paired with creamy white quartz countertops that gracefully warm the space with delicate, golden-hued veining. Gold hardware and plumbing fixtures add a touch of elegance, further enhancing the kitchen’s aesthetic.


Schloegel Design Remodel


Matthew Anderson


Appliances: Factory Direct Appliance  Cabinets: Shiloh Cabinetry  Countertops: Corian  Fabrication Company: SCI – Surface Center Interiors  Flooring: Quality Hardwood Flooring  Lighting Fixtures: Olde Brick Lighting  Painter: Total Pro Interior Painting  Plumbing Fixtures: Delta  Roofing: Vaught Roofing Company  To-the-Trade Showrooms: ProSource Wholesale; Grandview Winnelson  Wall Coverings: Cathy’s Wallpapering  Windows: Marvin Windows & Doors

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