Chestnut St.

Chestnut St.


Built in 1848, this home was originally a 3 family dwelling; it was transformed into a duplex in the 90's and was then remodelled to become a single family home. Due to the home's unique history, it has many small rooms, including the kitchen. The main design priority was to create a good flow through the kitchen area, with functional use of space and lots of room to store things.

Furniture built to fit like a glove

A custom-made hutch was designed specifically for the narrow space. The lower cabinets have solid wood doors and the uppers have glass panels which make it a perfect place to store the homeowners’ beautiful collection of blue and white crockery.

Project Details

Materials + Specs

  • Cabinetry: Traditional single face frame, inset cabinetry with a sprayed finish.
  • Island : Reclaimed antique Oak finished with a clear waterborne urethane
  • Countertops: Brazilian Barroca Soapstone
  • Sink: Custom built Barroca soapstone sink


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