A great old country home, tastefully appointed by preservation minded owners. The cabinetry is a mix of traditional paint finishes and classic mahogany that harkens back to New Hampshire's heritage of fine furniture craftsmen, while at the same time it accommodates today's efficient modern amenities.
How the kitchen looked "before" from nearly the same viewing perspective as the prior image.
A bird's eye view of the soapstone counter that shows its natural veining patterns. The window behind the cooktop is a matching new window placed to restore the exterior symmetry.
The figured mahogany hutch was built in our own Vintage Custom Cabinetry shop. It features a delft tile backsplash and soapstone countertop.
The hutch is both good looking and hardworking, as befits the farm heritage of this venerable old house.
A Welsh cupboard serves to showcase a collection of antique copper molds, while it does double duty as a beverage center, complete with wine cooler. This piece was also built in our own custom shop, with the artistic paint treatment done on site by local artist Judy Dibble.
Detail of the Welsh Cupboard with its heart pine wood top
One new matching 12 over 12 window was added to restore symmetry lost in an earlier kitchen renovation.
A "little" work was necessary in structural repairs, energy efficiency and mechanical improvements!