Located in Ghent, NY, this beautiful and spacious Dutch Colonial home built in the 1700s was in need of a restoration to its original beauty. To bring the warmth of the old and the conveniences of the new, our designer Amy used a variety of wood types and accents within the space.
Amy created a layout for the kitchen that began by installing reclaimed pine flooring. This achieved an antique look appropriate to the three century year old home. We wanted to bring in distressed pine cabinets with a modern twist. We achieved this by accenting the island with a distressed black finish. Additionally, soapstone countertops were installed on the bar and the stove wall, recessed into the window sills for a continuous look. Lastly, a custom built farm sink made out of soapstone was added on the island to match the perimeter of the kitchen.
Currently, this home is listed with Old Ghent Realty. Feel free to visit their website and explore the rest of this beautiful home!