A Classic Cape Cod Shingle Home
Located in Cape Cod MA, this classic Cape Cod shingle home was originally built in 1895, completely renovated in 2016. This 6-bedroom, 7-bath house has water views from almost every room that are sure to inspire.
Lewis & Weldon worked with our client to create spaces throughout the home that looked like they had always been there, from the custom kitchen, mill work, to the built-ins throughout the house — every room was thoughtfully considered.
One of the highlights of the house was the original staircase newel posts that we replicated in our custom wood shop so the original character remained.
Lewis and Weldon made the cabinetry throughout the home including kitchen, laundry room, great room built-ins, great room coffered ceiling, buffet, pantry, bedroom built-ins, TV room built ins, 7 bathrooms plus the kitchenette and bathroom in the carriage house. See the whole house.
The classic white kitchen features a 48″ Wolf Range and a 42″ Sub Zero Built In Fridge. Kitchen Island Dimension are 94″ x 42″. Making for wonderful gathering spot for family and friends.
Custom cabinetry by Lewis & Weldon, with recessed panel, beveled inside edge detail in Maple painted Benjamin Moore PM-2 white.
All trim and cabinetry in the home is Benjamin Moore PM-2 white.
Wall Paint Color: Benjamin Moore Grey.
Barstools are from Pottery Barn
Sink and Faucet
The island countertop has 2 1/2″ thick build up of Dupont over eased edge treatment. The perimeter countertop are eased edge. All are super white quartzite.
The cabinet hardware is schaub in Polished Chrome. Perfecting the timeless classic style.
Lighting over kitchen island is from Pottery Barn
The beautiful Backsplash Tile is a 2″x 8″ hand-crafted glazed grey subway tile backsplash – East Coast Tile Stone Panè, color smoke. This amazing color brings a little texture and interest to the white kitchen.
This was an amazing project to work on and the client cold not be happier with the finished product. Additional details for this home can be seen on our feature on Homebunch.
All project photography by: Dan Cutrona