Nestled on a hill overlooking the Atlantic ocean, this 30 year old apartment was in need of a little reinvention. After some soul searching and light meditation, the old shaker cabinets began to recede into the background and the maple and black slab cabinets began to take shape.

Photos by Britanny Fecteau 

The homeowners wanted to embrace a more modern spin in their home, but wanted their antique hutch, a beloved family heirloom, to fit comforatbly in the reimagined space. Designer Mark Gillies, of Mari Woods KBH, kept this in mind when he hand finished the steel table and selected the tone of the patinated lights. These elements function as transitional objects, bridging the old and the new, and create the perfect place to welcome friends for a drink, some snacks, and a moment to admire the stunning view before going out to enjoy Ogunquit's lively restaurant scene.

Also fetarured in New Hampshire Home Magazine September–October 2019 issue.

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