Set in Bethesda, Md., this home started a story shorter and with less appeal than its more updated neighbors. Designed by Justin Wigfield of Potomac, Md.-based Glickman Design Build, this home renovation started with the goal to update and expand a Cape Cod-style home and maintain its quaint architecture.
According to Wigfield, one of the biggest challenges was designing the kitchen space. To solve the problem of a narrow footprint, the design team moved the entire kitchen to the other end of the home for an open feel.
Painted crème cabinetry pairs well with gray Caesarstone countertops for a timeless yet modern aesthetic.