This Gothic Revival inspired kitchen was designed for a former church circa 1853, now a private residence. The walnut kitchen matches the original carved details.
This Gothic Revival inspired kitchen was designed for a former church, now private residence. Built in 1853, the building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. We worked closely with the owners to maintain the original character of the historic space but also provide a functional atmosphere. The original design flows seamlessly with the Gothic arches, trefoils and qautrefolis accenting the room.
Crafted out of walnut, the warm wood compliments the impeccable interior of this special home. The cabinets feature one-inch thick face frames and doors with touch open hardware—removing the need for knobs and maintaining the integrity of the design.
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