The island counter is Typhoon Bordeaux granite, the main counter is Black Absolute Granite, and the island cabinetry is Heirloom Black with an Espresso Glaze finish (Brookhaven by Wood-Mode cabinetry). Hope this helps!
lots of factors that must be taken into account in addition to closing in the area you'd like enclosed (electric, lighting, heating/cooling, etc.), so it's difficult to give a budget range on your project. Good luck with the project if you decide to pursue it!
Known as "Edgewood," this home on the National Register of Historic Places was built on a Revolutionary War battlefield in 1845. Combining Gothic Revival architecture with Quaker
influences - and with a tower addition built in 1889 - "Edgewood" stands out in a region dominated by Colonial architecture. Over the past century, while passing hands from homeowner to homeowner, the condition of the home gradually deteriorated.
Pine Street Carpenters renovated nearly every square foot of this home. Every detail in the home was designed to unite the historic character of the home with the homeowners' own tastes and lifestyle.