This 1930’s Gambrel home got a sleek new kitchen and main-floor living space that modernized it while still retaining the home’s original charm, warmth and character.

This renovation not only opened up the cramped floor plan, giving it a more modern flow, but also added new high-end finishes. The old white cabinets were swapped out for a two-tone scheme with sleek white uppers and warm walnut base cabinets for contrast.

Apex ran beautiful wood-look porcelain tile with radiant heating throughout the foyer, kitchen and dining space for a cohesive look.

The dining space included cleverly recessed display shelving niches with walnut details that tied the integrated shelving in with the kitchen cabinetry.

In addition to integrating shelving, the dining space was brought to life with a gorgeous custom-made table and a porcelain antler light.

Apex also gave a modest first-floor bathroom a complete makeover, turning it into a showpiece with a custom-cut curved wood countertop, topped with a vessel sink. A walnut accent wall tied the space into the kitchen design.