Knockout Butcher’s Hill Kitchen Remodel
Mix of vintage and state-of-the-art make for an attractive and inviting kitchen
By exposing the ceiling in the remodel and adding a Wolf four foot range, there is an obvious industrial flair and feel to this Martin Gibbs design. The canister lights and exposed brick mix well with the wide-plank oak floor and the nine foot long island’s white fantasy granite top. The cabinets are finished with Cambria Black Antique to complete the vibe. With floating shelves, bridge faucet, under-mounted sink and exposed ductwork, you would be excused to think you stepped into a commercial kitchen.
This home was featured in the Dream Homes section of the Baltimore Sun in conjunction with the annual Butcher’s Hill Home Tour