A New Kitchen for a Historic Hurlock, MD, Home

Carlton Painted Linen Bisque Glaze Robert B Maryland

This is a historic house, with tons of restrictions on what could be changed. We had to work around existing window locations and heights. The kitchen ended up working out great, and the prospective buyers coming through absolutely love it. The slide show the realtor used for the listing has a close-up of your dovetail drawer. When we start our next project, I’ll definitely be in touch!

Robert is justifiably proud of the new kitchen in this historic Hurlock, Maryland, home. A softly glazed cream finish on the traditional cabinets (CliqStudios Carlton Painted Linen Bisque Glaze) accentuates the fine detailing in the door frame edges and center panels. Oiled black colonial style cabinet hardware and faucet reinforce the traditional, almost colonial style.

Robert and his kitchen designer, Kara, worked around obstacles such as low windows and irregular walls, then trimmed the cabinets with wide traditional crown molding and a graceful valance over the sink. Brown granite countertops with rounded edges blend the cream colors in the cabinets with the original pine flooring.

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Hurlock Maryland kitchen in historic preservation district uses glazed bisque cabinets in a traditional raised panel style, brown granite countertops, and wide crown molding. Original wide-plank pine flooring and beamed ceilings provide an almost colonial look

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