Unique spaces like this restored early 1700’s house, can make merging modern functionality with unconventional space a challenge. In wanting to preserve the original windows of this historic home, maintaining the footprint of the kitchen became the biggest obstacle of this renovation. In keeping with the house, we echoed the wood tones throughout the kitchen. Including a special addition built into the peninsula gave node to the built-ins found in this era of home. We incorporated angles in this space, to give our clients the most out from this layout. By placing the double ovens in the corner, we were able to add this updated convenient feature into the space.