Classical style remodeled kitchen in Appleton, WI: Optimizing a small space by packing it full of storage options and work space, while maintaining the historical authenticity with Victorian architectural elements.
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Left: Heating grate, raised flourishes, hand-made cabinets and period lighting add historic detail. Right: Cabinet details and crown molding add subtle quality, richness and period authenticity.
Left: Display cabinet adds a warm welcome to kitchen while hiding the side of the refrigerator. Right: Doorway replaced with window provides light to pass-through plus storage space below.
Cabinets were hand-painted to give the impression that they had been there for 100 years.
By using space-efficient design, a Victorian era eat-in kitchen fits into a very small space.
"Paul possesses the attributes of an 'Old World' craftsman but uses all the new processes and products available resulting in outstanding workmanship and finishes."
Neenah WI Homeowner
Kitchen remodel; Appleton, Wisconsin: Timber Innovations created this Victorian period eat-in kitchen in a home on the historical registry in a university neighborhood. The homeowners wanted the kitchen to reflect the history of the house, but have the latest technology hidden within the historical details.
The space was small and required a lot of planning and forethought. A superfluous door was turned into a window, allowing for more storage space underneath. In order to make the cabinets appear as if they had been in the house since the home was built, they were hand-painted as they would've been during that era. Victorian details like embossing on the woodwork, heating grates, crown molding and period lighting fixtures completed the room.