Although the exterior of this historic 1900’s brick house was in great condition, the interior was in dire need of repair. None of the bathrooms were functioning, and the kitchen – all original – needed work. But this renovation went way beyond a fix-up. The new kitchen features a streamlined, modern aesthetic that gives original details new life. Custom cabinetry crafted from rift-sawn white oak and set in flush panels provides a linear feature that pairs well with the restored original white oak flooring. In the bathrooms, curbless showers and wall-hung toilets continue the modern translation. We transformed the former attic and one of the bedrooms into an office space, while reconfiguring the floor plan through to streamline and create a more open-concept. While we completed the main work over the course of one summer, the homeowners worked with Stolls Woodworking over the course of the next two years to flesh out the spaces that we had created during that renovation. We are super-impressed with the finished product!