We couldn’t save the original floor in the kitchen due to existing structural problems that needed to be corrected, which triggered building a subfloor under the new floor and adding insulation to bring the home up to code. And that in turn required reflowing new floors throughout the first level of the home. But the new Douglas fir floor, stained to stately rich dark brown, blends perfectly with the new moulding, baseboards, and casements specially cut to match the existing detailing. We installed a custom-made pot rack by Two Hills Studio in the renovated kitchen, providing an interesting—almost steam-punk—stylistic counterpoint amidst the white and grey paint and grey Silestone surfaces.
Photography by Ryan Davis | CG&S Design-Build