A vintage yacht-inspired bar with beadboard, louvered paneling and outrigger brackets evokes a 1930s nautical feel and is the centerpiece of the great room. Exposed wood beams bring architectural detail to the ceiling, while reclaimed elm adds rustic style to the floor.
Renovating this kitchen from the 1930s into a clean-lined, contemporary space makes the room feel bright and open. A glass tile accent wall lets daylight in while keeping things private, and the modern barstools allow for a quick bite at the bar. Floor-to-ceiling white cabinets provide ample storage while keeping things tidy.