Stanton House

The clients inherited an Irvington duplex and wanted to move into the north side of the house. They contacted Ellen and she went to work on getting them the dream kitchen that suited their diverse needs.

 

They often have dinner parties, and the old kitchen was so cramped that it prevented people from gathering in the kitchen. The wall between the kitchen and dining room was opened up so that hosts and guests are able enjoy each other’s company during meal preparation.

 

Concrete countertops by local fabricator, Rude Graves, were chosen for the ease with which they can be maintained. The tile backsplash was assembled from local, hand-made tile manufacturer Pratt & Larson’s seconds room. Local cabinetmaker, Thane Stumbaugh, matched the new lower cabinets to the original upper and built-in cabinets around the refrigerator in just a few short weeks.

 

The half bath was fitted with a natural finish walnut vanity, a porcelain vessel sink, and a new dual-flush toilet. Light fixtures were purchased and refurbished at Hippo Hardware.

 

photos: Carle Camacho

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