This kitchen project was designed and overseen by Peter Henry Architects. The homeowners wanted to upgrade their very dated kitchen, and to open up the cramped layout of their 100 year old home.
The design of this kitchen called for the removal of a structural wall, restoration of the original hemlock floor, and stripping and insulating the exterior walls. Bold wall colours and eclectic cabinet and countertop choices work together to create a unique off-beat kitchen space.
It seems to be true that the smaller the space, the more concentrated the challenges become. This one had our team wrestle with structural steel, challenging plumbing runs, old flooring that refused to play nice, crooked ceilings and historic trim that needed a good deal of corralling. All very much worth it for the impact of the end product.