Jerusalem Kitchen & Interior

This home had great style and amazing marsh views, but the kitchen location and configuration made it difficult to enjoy those views from that part of the home.  Working within the existing footprint Thorson opened up views to the marsh by removing walls and installing beams at the areas between the kitchen, living & dining rooms. This created a much more open feel and increased natural light in the space. A new custom island was constructed and an existing mahogany countertop from a former pantry was repurposed into custom floating shelves with integrated LED lighting for the client’s new dry bar. New Fireplace surrounds, refinished fir flooring and a custom sliding barn door finished off the look. 

Architect: Walker Babka Architecture                            Photos: Kyle J. Caldwell