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Springmill House Remodel Part 1. Kitchen before and after

Tuesday, September 19, 2017
This charming home was built in the 1950's and we were beyond thrilled to find it. It needed some major updating and that was exactly what we were looking for in a remodel project.  I really wanted the kitchen to be the show stopper for this project and make it larger and more functional. I wanted to add in some color but also keep with my overall neutral palette in the design. 

 Removing the wall between the living room and the kitchen really opened things up. Allowing light to pass through and creating a larger living space.
 The leaded glass windows are one of my favorite original details in the home.
A support beam was added between the new kitchen and living space. Along with a support post that was wrapped in red oak. I wanted the rooms to be open to each other but also have the kitchen be a defined area within that space which is why I chose to go with the beam and post. None of the wood was stained but instead a clear sealer was used to show the natural color of the wood. 

Everything in this space was custom made. The cabinetry and the island were created by Masterpiece builders from Zionsville IN.
The custom built hood and backsplash are House Seven design+build team.
The surfaces are polished Carrara marble from Unique Stone concepts in Indianapolis.

The appliances are Bosch from Ferguson design center.
The faucet and sink are DXV luxury, also from Ferguson.
 We removed the old tiles and added in new wood flooring that matched the existing red oak floors in the home. They were stripped and a clear sealer was applied.
The paint color used on the cabinets is Sherwin Williams Pewter Green.
The library sconces are from Amazon. Bar stools are Restoration Hardware.

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