Historic 1900's Roanoke Kitchen Remodel 11 photos

1900's Kitchen Remodel

We created this new entry into the kitchen, matching the quartersawn oak trim to the rest of the main floor trim.

1900's Kitchen Remodel

The butler's pantry connects the kitchen to the dining room. This counter was designed for serving food and drinks. On the opposite side of the room are matching built-in cabinets for food storage.

1900's Kitchen Remodel

The original idea was to remove the stone wall to make a large open kitchen, but when it was exposed during demolition, our homeowners fell in love with the rustic look.
Working with the wall in place, we created two separate areas with different functions. The outer kitchen (shown here) is for entertaining and involving others in the cooking process. The other area is for food prep and storage and cleanup.