Historic Home Cabinet Makeover

This gorgeous pre-Civil War era home in northern Mercer County had received a cabinet update several times over the last 150+ years. The most recent update 10 years prior left the kitchen dark & dreary and the homeowner wanted something to lighten the room. The original log walls & brick facade for the cooking hearth were exposed and upper cabinets had never been added in this kitchen. The existing cabinets were a medium stained cherry but would continue to darken over time. After an onsite estimate & design meeting the homeowner choose an antique white with a heavy mocha glaze. This was the perfect finish, not only would it lighten the space but the aged look the glaze provides wouldn’t insult the historic integrity of this beautiful home. Please contact me via rosewoodharrodsburg@outlook.com if you have any questions or are interested in a custom quote. Thanks for stopping by!

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