When the homeowners purchased this 1920s era house in University City, they always knew they would renovate the kitchen. Originally, the kitchen, dining room, and breakfast nook were all separate spaces. The family was hoping to combine these rooms into one big flowing space. After the renovation, the kitchen now features Danby marble countertops, a 48-inch stainless steel Wolf stove, two sinks, and a wine fridge. The open design and clean lines allow the parents to keep an eye on the kids in the breakfast nook-turned-playroom while they prepare food. The new home design honored the architectural features of the home while updating the systems resulting in a comfortable yet sophisticated home with an abundance of historical value.
1920s Kitchen Renovation University City