While turn-of-the-century homes are often quite spacious when it comes to shared spaces and number of bedrooms, often the kitchens are cramped and ill-suited for modern-day home chef work. MainStreet Design Build, a Michigan-based renovation and build firm, came to the rescue, for this family, stepping in to add a kitchen and breakfast nook addition to the home.
Here's the home from the rear exterior, where a small entryway opens onto a large deck. To see how the firm improved the home, read more.
The kitchen and breakfast nook addition added grace to the appearance of the rear of this turn of the century home. In the kitchen, Dynasty Omega cabinetry and commercial grade Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances updated the functionality of the space.
To see the interior pictures, check out the gallery.