The annual House and Garden section of the Rye Record features a fabulous renovation project by Jennifer Howard and the Team of JWH Design & Cabinetry.
Here is the link to the article and photos, published in the Rye Record, May 19, 2015.
The renovation project, which started as a dark, cramped, and oddly asymmetrical kitchen and family room areas, transformed into an open, inviting and light-filled space for this young family to enjoy. JWH coordinated the project from initial consultation before the home was ever purchased, through the architectural and cabinetry design process, permits, construction and the finishing touches! With a client living in NYC with young twins, our ability to offer “one stop shopping” resulted in a streamlined process from start to finish.
Starting with the right layout is the key to the perfect ending. The peninsula Bar cabinets with double sided glass cabinets above, provide a transition from the hallway into the Kitchen, without obstruction the view or the light. The awkward angles in the Family Room are disguised by the bookcase and TV unit, which instantly brought this 60’s addition up to date, without needing to do any exterior work.
This transitional kitchen with crisp white cabinetry in our Craftsman Series, includes stainless hardware by Atlas Housewares, Pental Quartz countertops, and a 1×6″ glossy white glass tile backsplash. Designed to be both beautiful and functional, the appliances include a 36″ Wolf range and pro style hood, Sub Zero refrigerator, Jenn Air microwave drawer, and Sub Zero wine refrigerator.