“Their expertise in working with our 100+ year old home and meeting the challenges it presented were invaluable; we highly recommend them for any project, large or small, new house or old. We are very pleased with the outcome of our renovation, and look forward to working with SCAL on our next project.” – Anne & Pete Difilippo
Finishes were outdated in this 1920’s bungalow kitchen, and a door to the laundry room interrupted the working triangle taking up useful cabinet and counter space. By relocating the door, we were able to greatly increase functionality in the kitchen, creating valuable counter work space on either side of the range. Black and white vinyl floors were replaced with heart of pine to match the rest of the house. White Shaker style cabinets, crackled glaze subway tile backsplash, and marble quartz countertops created the classic white kitchen the homeowners wanted. The exposed hand-hewn dark stained beams add warmth and a nice contrast to the white finishes. The bright new kitchen provides the highest level of efficiency and updated finishes while perfectly complimenting the style of this historic home.