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Jinny & Raymond

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Rustic • Modern • Farmhouse-chic • Charming • Spacious

At 200 years old, this might be the oldest house we’ve ever worked on! Its historic designation prevented us from touching the exterior, but we found plenty of ways to add upgrades inside. We made the biggest splash in the kitchen and living area, which now look extra spacious while staying true to the heritage home’s rustic vibe.

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PBBS-S7E10 Jinny & Raymond

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wdt_ID Room Product Type STYLE Product Company Product Code/Sku
1 Kitchen Cabinetry, Island Light Bamboo Wood Light Bamboo Wood Tango Design Studio N/A
2 Kitchen Cabinetry, Pantry Satin White Satin White Tango Design Studio N/A
3 Kitchen Countertop Campina Campina Hanstone L0711
4 Kitchen Faucet Trinsic Single Handle Pull-Down in Satin Brass Trinsic Single Handle Pull-Down in Satin Brass Delta Faucet 9159-CZ-DST
5 Kitchen Sink Farm House Sink in White Farm House Sink in White Franke FHK710-36
6 Kitchen Backsplash Tripoli Tripoli Cement Tile Shop N/A
7 Kitchen Fridge ActiveSmart Counter Depth Fridge with French Doors ActiveSmart Counter Depth Fridge with French Doors Fisher & Paykel RF201ADX5
8 Kitchen Freestanding Range 36” Self-Clean Dual Fuel Range 36” Self-Clean Dual Fuel Range Fisher & Paykel OR36SDPWGX1
9 Kitchen Dishwasher DishDrawer Double Dishwasher DishDrawer Double Dishwasher Fisher & Paykel DD24DAX9
10 Kitchen Microwave 24” Microwave Oven 24” Microwave Oven Fisher & Paykel CMOS-24

Before & After


This patterned tile lays over what used to be a window—which you can still see from the outside, as we weren’t allowed to completely remove it—and allowed us to open up the kitchen. A rustic statement backsplash is infinitely more aesthetically pleasing than the bedazzled subway tile it replaced.


There’s literally no other mantel on earth that looks like this. That’s because it’s a piece of the original 200-year-old beam from between the office and kitchen—we worked with Plank to Table Design to sand and stain it into a work of art. We finished off the fireplace with tile in a charcoal gray to highlight its soaring height.


In one corner of the living room, we discovered part of the flooring from the upper level that jutted out and couldn’t be pushed back. We decided to hide this structure in plain sight by turning it into a built-in wood-top desk that can be used as an office/homework nook.


Art director: Victoria Tonelli
General contractor: Carick Home Improvements
Hardwood flooring distributor and installer: Floors Direct North
Wallpaper installation: Katie’s Wallpaper Installation Inc.
Interior painting: Marchesseau Custom Finishes
Concrete floor leveler: Quikrete
Stone fabrication and installation: World of Stone Inc.

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