This home in the historic Meridian-Kessler neighborhood was built in 1924. In the 1980s, a sunroom was added off the kitchen; the original exterior brick wall remained.
The home features much of its original charm; however, the 30-year old updates to the kitchen were looking worn and outdated. The homeowners wanted to preserve the historic roots while transforming the kitchen with 21st-century amenities and materials.
The removal of the brick wall that separated the kitchen from the sunroom made an immediate impact on the flow of this space!
- The granite countertop extends behind the new sink to provide more workspace and a generous seating area.
- The cabinetry was stained a lovely castle-gray. The beauty of the wood grain complements the Coretec floors and other wood trim around the home.
- The white subway tile features a beveled edge which generates depth and interest around the backsplash.
- The baseboard in the sunroom features a clever, hidden “toe kick” feature — pull-out food and water bowls for the two resident dogs.
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