Wynnwood Craftsman Kitchen Won Houzz Award !

The kitchen is an example of a transitional l-shaped dark wood floor and brown floor kitchen design in Houston with shaker cabinets, gray cabinets, white backsplash, subway tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, an island and gray countertops (see above).

This coastal craftsman home by 2Scale Architects and interior design by Jacob Medina Designs replaces a home which received 4 feet of water from Hurricane Harvey. Like South Carolina’s Low Country, this home reconnects the interior spaces with the great outdoors with large covered porches & expansive walls of windows.

To protect from the harsh summer sun, the home has 4-foot-wide roof overhangs with exposed rafter tails & custom stained braces. In combination, the home feels like a tree house, because the soft diffuse light of the large windows feels cool, calm & continually connects the homeowners to the treetops from the adjacent ravine.

French antique doors leading to the wet bar give a sense of bespoke style to this side of the house. Tailored ceiling beams create a rhythm and definition of space without feeling heavy-handed. The natural hue of the doors & solid ceiling beams reinforces the pursuit of this house to blend the natural with the man made.

When a home is this connected to its context, it feels like a home that will over the years be lovingly restored, lasting for generations.

Exceptional Features:

  • Special Order Decorative Cedar Brackets
  • Handmade Clay Brick Entry Stairs
  • Full Overlay CNC Machined Custom Cabinetry
  • River White with Amethyst Granite and Soapstone Countertops
  • Antique French doors