2009 Narratives

A renovation has turned a 1950’s Portsmouth ranch house into the quintessential shingle styled Craftsman cottage.  The cherry cabinetry kitchen opens up into the family living area making this cottage live big!

Glass pane Nantucket bead-board styled cabinets, black granite curve counters, ten foot ceilings, top of the line appliances,  butler’s pantry and stand up built in desk all overlooking the Sakonnet.  Sound interesting?  It is!  Don’t miss this one!

This family home overlooks the Sakonnet River and so does the outdoor deck equipped with fire-pit and outdoor kitchen!  But that’s not all – don’t miss the cherry kitchen inside with a pizza oven and European fireplace that also heats the entire first floor of this house.

Elegance, style, and comfort describe this Portsmouth seaside cottage’s newly renovated kitchen.  The finely detailed cabinetry in sandy creams, accented by sea-foam green walls has ingenious design elements that make this an easy kitchen to cook and be in!

Country elegance at its ultimate best!  This amazing kitchen is filled with delights from the openness into the family room, dining area, to the butler’s pantry and a bar room equipped with wine racks and beer spicket.  Words cannot describe this kitchen at Carnegie Abbey!

‘Out to Sea’ is a New England shingle seaside home located in Carnegie Abbey.  The county kitchen is warm, beautiful, and filled with clever and beautiful storage concepts. This kitchen lives well for family life and is perfect for entertaining!

The only Condominium on the tour this year, but what a condo!  This kitchen is the anchor of the space that overlooks Narragansett Bay.  Simple, sleek, streamlined and well equipped, this kitchen could be perfect for a couple, light duty cooking or a full Thanksgiving dinner for twelve.

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