Fabulous Falmouth Kitchen Remodel

As you can see in the before pictures, this kitchen was cramped and outdated. We started by removing all of the cabinets which were recycled and reused. We opened up the walls to provide access for the plumber and electrician. Moving along, we replaced the single pane energy wasting kitchen window with a new Andersen casement unit. We also switched out the spacing stealing swinging french door unit for a Andersen gliding door. Prior to installing a new wide pine floor, we hand-picked the new flooring from Stonewood products in Mashpee and loaded it into the house and let it sit for about 3 weeks allowing it to acclimate to the environment of the house.  Once the floors were installed, we proceeded to install the custom Cabico cabinets  which in turn was topped by the granite countertop and hand made tile.  One highlight of this kitchen remodel, is the Cape Cod Map tile which we purchased from Cape Cod Tileworks in Harwich. Another is the floating shelves which were made from beam stock over 100 years old sourced from Cataumet Sawmill. (See the rest of this house here.)

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