After several weeks of construction, we are coming down to the finishing details on the Epping kitchen remodel. We began working with Elizabeth Epping to improve the flow and function of her kitchen while incorporating details and design elements reminiscent of her 1910 Craftsman home.
One of the major goals of this project was to open the kitchen up to the dining and living areas of the home. By enlarging the opening between the kitchen and dining room, we have opened up the space for better connectivity.
Another goal for the kitchen remodel was to incorporate modern, low maintenance and sustainable materials while maintaining the historical character of the house. By using a locally sourced subway tile and cork flooring, we met the homeowner's maintenance and environmental concerns. We incorporated a traditional craftsman cove detail in the crown moulding and in the legs of the cabinetry to tie the new kitchen in with the original Craftsman home character.
WILLCO is excited to be putting the final pieces together on this project. Next week, we will be installing the subway tile and painting the walls and cabinetry. Final appliance installation, installing cabinet pulls, and the rest of the finishing touches will be happening very soon! Elizabeth has been a great client and we look forward to turning her kitchen back over to her.