Woolwich Cape

Milly Welsh

The homeowners wanted to make the most out of a small u-shaped space where the two of them could cook together. Increasing the work space and adding more storage was a must. The result was to add a small, functional island that still feels light in the space while providing a feeling of openness and spaciousness.

Maine Italianate

Milly Welsh

Working with old house challenges, including old pipes and chases, the final result was to create a functional nook that maximizes easy-to-use storage in a tiny closet off the kitchen. The homeowner wanted a coffee/microwave alcove on one wall and smart pantry storage opposite. The final design is built-in cabinetry that captures the most effective use of the available space.

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