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These homeowners grew up outside Philadelphia and met in Single Kitchen Cabinet their late twenties. After marrying and having children, they found their small starter home bursting at the seams. They spent two years searching for a bigger home before landing the traditional stone Colonial-style house they’d always dreamed of owning. But after sitting vacant for many years, the house needed a full head-to-toe renovation before the homeowners could move in. Here they share details on how they overhauled the kitchen with modern features and a creamy white look while respecting the history of the house. "“After” photos by JaimePhoto Dark hardwood floors throughout the first floor were an early design Single Kitchen Cabinet decision; simple crisp white cabinets in a Shaker design were ideal to provide a bold contrast. For even more contrast, Schuh painted the island base a deep inky hue, Black Berry by Benjamin Moore.Before PhotoBEFORE: “The original kitchen was very small, had suffered a few ill-planned renovations and ended up dark, split up and awkwardly laid out,” Schuh says. Because the house was already being gutted to update all the plumbing, electrical and HVAC, there was a clean slate to rework and optimize the kitchen’s new design. Here’s a shot of the kitchen after demolition, looking toward the open front door down the hallway on the right.PS & Daughters4AFTER: This photo was taken from virtually the same angle. The kitchen now features a wall of cabinets with a juice bar, double Single Kitchen Cabinet oven and refrigerator. Schuh says to highlight the charm of the home’s original details, the designers kept and restored all the original windows, like the one above the sink. Dark quartz countertops and warm brass cabinet hardware feel traditional against the white surroundings. Opposite the sink wall and island sit a new banquette and eating area, which architect Single Kitchen Cabinet Mark Stanish made possible by bumping out the kitchen 5½ feet. A new large bank of windows with views to the backyard provides ample daylight. “The backsplash really made the kitchen the clients’ own,” Schuh says. The plan evolved from brick to cement tile before they settled on a 2-by-8-inch glazed brick-style clay tile in a matte finish, for which Schuh says she searched high and low. The backsplash has an old-world charm, contrasting perfectly with Single Kitchen Cabinet the sleeker stainless appliances and quartz countertops. For consistency, the herringbone-patterned backsplash goes all the way to the ceiling, including behind the range hood. The doorway on the left opens to a small home office. The built-in desk in the home office is the same blackberry color as the kitchen island. Its walnut top was made from refurbished wood beams salvaged from the house’s original structure.PS & DaughtersPast the home office is the mudroom entrance, where the family parks jackets, book bags and sports Single Kitchen Cabinet equipment. To tie in with the kitchen backsplash design, a floor with 2-by-8-inch tile greets snowy and muddy feet. Cubbies backed with painted beadboard, along with refurbished walnut bench seats and a new Dutch half door, add warmth and charm. This floor plan Single Kitchen Cabinet shows the layout of the kitchen, including the cabinetry, banquette (on the bottom left) and appliances."