Pattern Underfoot

A small, dark and disconnected kitchen was becoming unworkable for a tall couple with two small children.  

An addition of 250 square feet gained this client an eat-in kitchen with a new walk-in pantry, covered mudroom and significantly more working area. The new side entry with its arched doorway complements existing arches elsewhere in the house.

The clients fell in love with the bold pattern of the encaustic tile which is balanced by high ceilings, large windows, boldly colored cabinets and wooden open shelves. 

Contractor  Woodshack, Chris Poage  |  Engineer Owen Gould  |  Cabinets Huntwood | Photographer  Ross Anania

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