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This kitchen was a remake in a historic house in downtown Raleigh, which had previously been converted to a multi-stall bathroom for state offices. The windows were re-opened and walls re-framed to allow for electrical outlets to modernize to code. An old radiator was removed to allow re-opening of the door to the screened back porch. Space was tight for today's modern kitchen, so an island peninsula maximized the workspace. / Showhouse Kitchen
Yes, it was actually a multi-stall bathroom! Shot taken from same doorway view as other picture after remake. / Showhouse 'Kitchen' Before Remake
Library with solid fir beams in coffered ceiling add warmth and coziness to the tall ceiling. Heart pine floors along with cherry cabinets and stone/tile fireplace surround compliment adjoining timberframe home and assure warmth even when fireplace is not lit. / Normandy Library
Attention to detail is critical when working with a timberframe home. One of the most challenging aspects is working cabinetry around the framework and getting a coherent, pleasing effect from the juxtaposed positioning. Design, construction, and interior design of this home was by Art of Design/Natural Homes, our design-build-design firm. / Normandy Kitchen
Unlike many master bath designs today with the open feeling and large window over the bath, I envisioned a warm, spa-like environment, with natural light filtered thru glass block, enhancing the space but keeping you inside, wrapped in the warmth of wood and soothing tones. / Normandy Master Bath