Northshore Home

Fall 2015

Northshore Home magazine highlights the best in architectural design, new construction and renovations, interiors, and landscape design.

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58 FALL 2015 L ISA SCARFO AND WAYNE SALTSMAN WERE SO USED to their Burlington, Massachusetts, kitchen feeling too small that they assumed their planned remodel would require extending the back of the house. The room's main design flaw was that it had six doorways, making it useful as a hub of family life but inefficient as a place to cook. "The kitchen was like the Grand Central of walk- ways," says Scarfo. "It was a lot of throughway, which meant you couldn't really put anything anywhere. Everything was pushed into one corner." After using this kitchen for 13 years, they figured the 252-square-foot space was just too small to accommo- New windows, a mahogany-topped island, custom cabinetry, and shades of green have transfomed the space. kitchens

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