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Reviving Historic Charm: A 1930s Colonial Home Kitchen Transformation



In the heart of a quaint historic section of Westfield, NJ lies a hidden gem: a 1930s Colonial home brimming with character and nostalgia. Preserving its unique charm and heritage was paramount for the homeowners, who entrusted us with the task of transforming their kitchen into a space that seamlessly blends modern functionality with timeless appeal.


For our clients, creating a light-filled kitchen was essential, but they sought to steer away from the starkness of an all-white palette. Embracing the allure of history, we opted for a delicate taupe hue, infusing the space with a soft, inviting ambiance that pays homage to the home's rich heritage.

When designing an extra long kitchen island, we love to add a butcher block at the end.

It adds an interesting detail and can become a designated work prep.When designing an extra long kitchen island, we love to add a butcher block at the end.

It adds an interesting detail and can become a designated work prep.


Every element, from the choice of materials to the layout configuration, was carefully curated to celebrate the home's historic lineage while embracing the demands of contemporary living.


The kitchen before:




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