Escaping NYC during the pandemic was a top priority for our next set of clients. Amazingly, during their exodus, an opportunity arose to purchase the Sears Home Kit home built by the hands of one of their grandparents in 1929. Project Manager, Steve Drozdyk, first looked at this job as an opportunity to rearrange the disjointed kitchen and gain some functionality of the space. Relocated openings, replaced doors and windows, and rerouted pipes were just the start of this total makeover. Designer Justina Auer
swooped in to add a modern twist to the black and white themed kitchen. Larger format subway tile used for the backsplash paired perfectly with the Cambria Quartz countertops. The original chimney was touched up and cleaned which allowed the exposed brick to shine in the powder room that was now accessible from just around the corner of the kitchen. The memories and sentimentality were priceless in owning a piece of their family’s history once again. Bennett is honored to have helped our clients link their history to their future.
Project Manager: Steve Drozdyk
Designer: Justina Auer
Crew: Tom Benware, Chuck McGuirk, Brandon Forst, Tony Sroka, Bob Picard