Built in 1917, this home was once owned by one of the founding fathers of Montana. After changing hands and being divided into apartments, the home was bought by two New Yorkers with a love for entertaining. Designer Jeana Morrison Noel was brought in to revitalize the home with the modern luxury the clients wanted.
While using images of vintage kitchens as inspiration, the team included modern elements like a six-burner range and durable quartz countertops.
After tearing out the back staircase and the old servant’s hall, there was enough room to expand the kitchen and include a small island and two barstools.
“My favorite part was seeing my clients’ joy as they stood in their new kitchen and proudly showed their friends their incredible collections of china and glassware,” said Morrison Noel, referring to the clients’ 72 sets of china.
The butler’s pantry serves as an additional lit antique glassware display and a wet bar for entertaining.
The master bath – a combination of the original space and a nearby closet – features period-style cabinetry and white marble wainscoting.