Beacon Hill Townhouse

Kitchen, Pantry
Home Built
Maine Farmhouse
Hand Painted Quartersawn Maple, Stained Mahogony

This kitchen is in a beautifully restored 6 level Beacon Hill Townhouse. It is tucked down in the original sub-level Servants’ Kitchen and looks on to the private back garden. The built-in triple pantry wall contrasts the rustic eat-in nook and integrates with the built-in window seat, highlighting the antique farm table while leading the eye out the window to the sunny urban garden.
Our approach to the kitchen design was to be transitional, giving a nod to the Federal style of the home while representing the surge of kitchen innovation launched in the 20th century. The hearth alcove entails an understated mantel with ventilation over a professional range flanked by plenty of space for the chef to prepare meals.  The triple two-drawer over door combination of the integrated hutch cabinet echoes the three-bay pantry cabinet aesthetic and functions beautifully as a seamless staging area for plating fine meals.

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