Moore Residence Kitchen Tour

If I died and came back as a kitchen, I would want it to be this one. Working with Mandy Moore and Architect Emily Farnham to completely gut renovate an ill fitting traditional kitchen in the mid-century home was maybe the most satisfying kitchen renovation to date. The one good thing the early 90’s renovation brought us was square footage since Mid-Century homes aren’t known for large kitchens, but the rest was a quick goodbye. We worked to take out clashing lines and curved architecture and brought back a more modern aesthetic, while also adding elements like marble slabs and floating shelves which make it feel very now.

Previously a curved alcove, we removed the french doors and replaced them with Fleetwood sliders to match the rest of the home’s existing windows and doors, the breakfast nook now is an seamless extension of the kitchen. A Lambert and Fils chandelier hangs above a Saarinen style table and wooden chairs bring warmth to the poured terrazzo floors and all the white.

As you’ll see below, we had a lot of work to do. The ceiling was a mish-mash of lines that we needed to streamline, the mall looking skylight was replaced with a flat glass one, new Cedar and Moss pendants were installed and all that was just from the ceiling up! We did custom cabinetry and had them painted in Farrow & Ball’s “Mizzle. The white custom range hood, shelves and all the walls are painted in Farrow & Ball’s “All White”.

Let’s take a quick trip down memory lane to see where we started…

BEFORE

AFTER

BEFORE

AFTER

BEFORE

AFTER

To see all the tours and progress of the Moore Residence project, check here. And there’s more to come!

Shop the Look: Cabinet Paint From Farrow and Ball in the Mizzle //  Wall and Range Hood color is “All White” by Farrow & Ball //  Marble Slab from Stoneland // Dining Table From The Mine // Dining Chairs From The Mine // Chandelier by Lambert & Fils // Island Pendants From Cedar & Moss //  Kitchen Stools from DWR // Wolf Oven Range From Ferguson // Sub Zero Fridge From Ferguson // Newport Brass Kitchen Sink Faucet From Ferguson // Brass Hardware From The Hardware Hut //  White Vase From CB2 // Pink & Dinnerware Sets from Year & Day // Serving Bowls From Spartan Shop //  Clear Canisters From Hawkins New York // Textured Canisters From West Elm // Serveware From Hawkins New York // Glassware From Food 52 // Spoon and Spatula Set From Food 52 // Wooden Spoon Set From Jayson Home // Utensil Canister From CB2 // Mortar & Pestle From Jayson Home // Kettle From Need Supply // Cake Stand From Candelabra // Cutting Boards From Hawkins New York

Interior Design by Sarah Sherman Samuel
Interior Architecture by Emily Farnham 
Landscape Architecture by Terremoto
Photography by Tessa Neustadt 
Built by Bronstruction and Johnston Vidal Projects

  • Mailinh

    This is what I call kitchen goals. This is space is just so bright and spacious.

  • Where is the fridge?

    • Haha it’s behind you when you’re facing that first photo. I know I’m not sure how we missed getting any photos of that angle! 🤦🏼‍♀️ It’s a beautiful sub zero glass front one too.

  • Holy cow, this is so good. Soooooo gooooood. You guys did such an amazing job on this place, but I think this room might be my favorite.

  • STUNNING. The stone in this house is impeccable. Man this house is top-notch, I’ve loved everything you’ve shown.

  • Stephanie

    Just stunning. No other words.

    • Sharon Ellis

      The new kitchen is lovely. Wish I could have inherited your earlier cabinets/countertops! :)

  • Gorgeous. The most gorgeous kitchen I think I’ve ever seen! I’m sure that this will be a gathering place for sure! (especially with those amazing velvet (?) chairs readily available! Comfy chairs in a kitchen space are my fav :-)

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