Jean Stoffer Design in collaboration with Kenowa Builders is responsible for the renovation of this historic home built in 1905, located in the heart of Heritage Hill, a residential neighborhood in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The designer and her partner, Kenowa Builders, originally purchased this home with the intention of fixing it up and selling it. Yet, three years later, the designer fell in love and decided to keep it as her personal family home.
This charming abode boasts 8,500 square feet of living space, all of which underwent a complete overhaul. The designer worked with skilled tradespeople to transform this drab historic home into a beautiful work of art. Continue below to see the rest of this truly stunning home tour…
What We Love: This historic home renovation provides beautiful details throughout that make it feel warm and inviting. Everything in this home was carefully considered to create a harmonious and timeless feel that will be enjoyed for years to come. We are especially loving the light-filled kitchen with its two-tone cabinetry, gorgeous light fixtures, and interior windows — storm windows repurposed from the sunroom.
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Above: The beautiful trio of oil-rubbed bronze pendant lights above the kitchen island are from Rejuvenation.
Above: A brand new kitchen was created from what was once a 50’s era handicapped bathroom. Walls were removed and doors were switched out for a set of windows. The cabinetry is by Stoffer Hone Cabinetry, while the light fixtures and hardware are from Rejuvenation. Countertops are Quartzite, sourced from Aria Stone Gallery. The plumbing fixtures are from Kohler. The walnut stool is from Rejuvenation.
Above: Flush mount light fixtures have been evenly placed throughout the kitchen ceiling to add supportive lighting to the space, sourced from Rejuvenation. The appliances are from Monogram.
Designer Tip: Maintain a consistent color palette throughout your home and then you can switch furniture around and make things feel fresh and new.
Above: The interior windows were old storm windows on the sun porch and were repurposed in this space. The millwork was patiently restored and replaced by the builders using material sourced from Empire Moulding & Millwork.
Above: The sofas are the Margaux from @stofferhome.
Above: In the bathroom, the amazing tile on the floor is from Ann Sacks. The combination of the antique mirror and traditional vanities with modern sconces and tile makes this space truly exquisite.
Above: This guest bath palette of green and black is visually striking. The plumbing fixtures are from Kohler, while the tiles are from Bedrosians Tile.
Above: The backsplash tile is 2.5×8 Bedrosian tiles. The sink is from Kohler.
Above: In the powder room, the sink is from Kohler and the mirror is by Rejuvenation.
PHOTOGRAPHER Stoffer Photography Interiors