Harding Boulevard

This picturesque 1937 home features an abundance of woodwork, tile, and original architectural detail throughout the home. When it came time to replace the kitchen the owners wanted a design that allowed all the features of a modern kitchen while staying true to the style of the home. The resulting design incorporates beams, cladding, walk-out French doors, and hand-glazed tile, and gives the kitchen that old-world character the rest of the home radiates. It also has all the conveniences of a modern kitchen – islands for hosting friends and entertaining, chef-grade appliances, and a pocket bar. Modern convenience with old-world character: this combination makes the most of both.

Interior Design and Interior Architecture: Amy Carman Design          Photography: Ryan Hainey and Elisabeth Witt


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