The house was built in 1851 and is located in downtown, historic Charleston. It’s living proof of the emergence of Italianate architectural design in the eastern United States during the mid-1800′s. The kitchen’s high ceilings, heart-pine floors, and exposed brick all add to the original home’s charm and character. Period features that Bryan incorporated include arched windows, glazed cabinetry and furniture, and custom metal work.
Bryan specified our Stanford door style which fits the space perfectly. Traditional milk-painted cabinetry highlights the perimeter and, thanks to some precision scribing, aligns flawlessly with the exposed brick. The island is its own beautiful stand alone piece, shown in a black milk paint with a glaze.