Follen Hill Colonial

Cecile

For this major renovation, Kennebec Company worked in collaboration with Colin Smith Architects to create a new, combined living room-dining room-kitchen space. One of the biggest challenges was creating a room divider that preserved the open and airy concept for the combined living space. In order to solve this, unique, double-sided room divider cabinets were installed between the kitchen and … Read More

Camden Farmhouse

Cecile

Painted white cabinetry with reproduction tin ceiling, beautiful soapstone worktops and wood floors have brought new life to this old farmhouse. The AGA Cooker adds a bit of radiant heat that is a welcome addition to cold, Mid-Coast Maine winters.

Westport Island Home

Cecile

The owners of this Westport Island home wanted a more open and usable kitchen space that combined a casual waterfront dining area along one side and a formal dining area opposite. The result is an integration of spaces that feels open and enables and enhances one of their favorite pastimes: entertaining. The generous double-bowl soapstone sink and worktops make this a … Read More

Winchester House

Cecile

This kitchen services a beautifully restored 1890’s Victorian. Vexed by a cramped, 1970’s-era kitchen space, the owners decided on a small addition to gain additional workspace, dining area, laundry room, and powder room. We designed a U-shaped kitchen with a utility wall for the built-in refrigerators and the double oven. We also created a built-in fold down writing desk in … Read More

Hancock St. Colonial

Cecile

A multi-area renovation, this project included a new kitchen and butler’s pantry as well as a retrofit of a barn on the property. The new kitchen is a fantastic example of a transitional style, with period-specific cabinets that incorporate modern features such as concealed hinges and a receded toe – elements not usually found in period kitchens. For the barn, … Read More

Mass Ave Colonial

Cecile

Built near the turn of the last century, this home’s renovation was implemented to house a growing family. Focusing on designing a family-friendly space in the kitchen, the design incorporated ample built-in seating and an isolated workspace. A central kitchen island increased preparation space and offers additional seating for casual dining or entertaining. A butler’s pantry was custom fit to … Read More

Cazenovia Craftsman

Cecile

Designed and built in a farmhouse style, this renovation features inspiration from Stickley furniture and the Craftsman style. The kitchen and butler’s pantry feature a beautiful, stained finish on quartersawn white oak, set off by granite countertops and sink. A unique, black painted island centers the room and custom leaded glass door panels inspired by a family heirloom draws the … Read More

Arlington Arts & Crafts

Cecile

The addition and renovation to this home created the opportunity to repurpose the original kitchen into a functional butler’s pantry, and create a bright, spacious open concept living space combining an expanded and updated kitchen and family room. Using a Windermere door style common to the home’s English Arts & Crafts architectural style throughout, incorporating the homeowner’s design into custom … Read More

Hingham Federal House

Cecile

Featuring a paneled range hood enclosure to complement the centerpiece 60” La Cornue range, this project created cozy, usable space throughout the home’s first floor. Incorporating an impressive kitchen island and ample storage, the cabinetry provides myriad configurations, including a variety of spice cabinets and drawers for easy access. Soapstone countertops throughout unify the disparate spaces, with each area maintaining … Read More

Knubble House

Cecile

A saltwater farmhouse built in the 1700s, this home was long overdue for a nurturing renovation honoring its historic origins while integrating modern amenities and uncovering layers of detail hidden over the long years. This old kitchen presented a challenge all-too-familiar with antique homes – a central main room with little wall space left after original passage doors and plenty … Read More