Warm wood tones and classic whites mix perfectly to keep this 1920s era kitchen balanced and beautiful. The lighter oak floor boards, laced in to match the original floor, play perfectly off the darker blended walnut butcher block island counter. Pairing time-honored elements, like the subway tile, case lighting, and white cabinetry, with traditional features such as the original windows, new leaded glass front uppers and industrial pendant lights, creates a timeless kitchen that will last this family a lifetime. From start to finish, this extensive kitchen renovation required an investment of $100k. To complete this project, our interior designer took two rooms to create one large, eat-in style kitchen. We installed a large window to overlook the patio that matched the original windows in the house. Once through the design and planning phase, this project took 10 weeks to construct and come to life.