1897 Row House Renovation

This formerly abandoned 1897 row house was renovated to meet the needs of a mature newlywed couple, who wanted to blend the home's historic charm with modern features.
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May 14, 2015

Photo By: Wiebenson & Dorman Architects PC

Photo By: Wiebenson & Dorman Architects PC

Photo By: Wiebenson & Dorman Architects PC

Photo By: Wiebenson & Dorman Architects PC

Photo By: Wiebenson & Dorman Architects PC

Contemporary Neutral Kitchen Boasts Warm Wood Tones

Small pendants dot the ceiling in this contemporary neutral kitchen, drawing the eyes upward. Warm wood tones in the island, flooring and cabinetry make the space feel relaxed and inviting.
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Contemporary Neutral Kitchen With Espresso Cabinetry

Dark espresso cabinets lend a dramatic aura to this contemporary kitchen. The gorgeous wood island blends seamlessly with the hardwood floor, making the space feel fluid and harmonious.
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Transitional Neutral Kitchen With Warm Wood Island

Warm wood tones fill this beautiful transitional kitchen. A long wood island provides ample prep space and serves as a striking focal point.
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Contemporary Skylight With Rustic Wood Accents

A long skylight floods this contemporary hallway with natural light. Rustic pieces of wood break up the skylight, adding interest and drawing the eye upward.
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Sleek, Neutral Hallway With Home Office Nook

This hallway houses a small, sleek home office nook. Strategic lighting placement and an opened-up wall keep the space from feeling closed off or dark.
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