Red House Custom Building transformed this Newton Kitchen for Lucy, a client who was literally tearing at the seams of her old home to eliminate as much of her dislike as possible. With help from the Boston-based builders, Lucy ended up with the open, airy, and bright working kitchen that she had dreamed of for so long.
Two Minaret pendants in Crystal glass adorn the eat-in kitchen island. The Minaret is gently hand-pulled to create a perfect tear drop shape on each piece, which contrasts dramatically against the voluptuousness of the pendant's body. Our signature Crystal glass complements the interior's neutral palette, especially the white cabinetry and marble countertop and backsplash. Red accents add a playful and vibrant touch to this stunning home.
Niche would like to thank Lucy and Red House Custom Building for supporting our handmade products and for sharing this project with us. You can stay up to date on Red House Custom Building's latest work by following their Houzz page. Whether you're a designer, architect, homeowner, or business owner, we would love to see how you incorporate Niche lighting in your projects! Send us your project information and awe-inspiring images for a chance to be featured on our blog and social media pages.
Project Name Newton Kitchen Makeover
Location Newtown, Massachusetts
Interior Designer Red House Custom Building
Photographer Aaron Usher Photography
Products Used Minaret pendants in Crystal glass