The renovation exposed existing wood shiplap walls and the brick of the chimney, which were left in place to give character to the interior. Various traditional pieces and an oriental rug help tie the design together.
The vintage-inspired kitchen in this coastal farmhouse retreat mixes restored details with new designs. The space features a separate area with storage and wine fridge, white countertops and white tile backsplash, and floating wooden shelves beside the exposed, red brick chimney stack.
As seen on Home Town, the Rowell residence has been fully renovated by Ben and Erin Napier. The existing kitchen was closed off and dark. By removing the wall between the kitchen and dining and exposing the brick chimney, this room flows better with the rest of the house and adds character to the overall space. The improved cabinet layout also provides ample storage space to the kitchen.
The home's exterior now an extended front porch and freshly painted brick exterior in crisp gray and the shutters in black. A gray stone chimney adds texture to the home. Wooden flower boxes on the windows add an extra touch. A small lamp post serves as a marker near the end of the walkway.
Much of the home's main living quarters have an open concept design broken up by a charming red brick chimney with fireplaces on either side. Here, that's demonstrated with a sitting room and the kitchen.
This classic colonial home sits on 1.65 acres in Fairfield, Connecticut. Boasting a white exterior and gray shingle roof, the home features two red brick chimneys and a front-of-house driveway. The barn style pool house is located just behind the home, providing an extra spot for guests or for simply relaxing before heading outdoors.
This vintage-inspired farmhouse kitchen highlights the red brick chimney as the focal point in the space. Complimentary green cabinets ground the room with a white, tile backsplash and floating wooden shelves above the stainless steel warming drawer.