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*Exploring The Difference Between Traditional And Modern Cape Cod Home Style.*

#CapeCodStyleHomes#Tradition#ModernCapeCodStyle#DesignAndBuildCustomKitchenCabinetrywww.CustomCraftedCC.com *Exploring The Difference Between Traditional And Modern Cape Cod Home Style.* What is the difference between the traditional and modern Cape Cod home style? When comparing how Cape homes have evolved in recent years, you will discover many fascinating facts about the evolution of traditional Cape Cod architecture. Traditional Cape Cod homes were relatively small compared to traditional homes. You'll find classic vintage elements like medium wood stains, bold cabinet hinges, and often one roofline. In more modern times, homes have evolved to welcome open floor plans, floor to ceiling windows, upgraded materials, including hardware and countertops. Modern Cape Cod homes often mix elements from more modern homes that may not represent the Cape style, like modern light fixtures. Our customers begin our kitchen design and build process by consulting with our designers and architec…

#CapeCodKitchens #CapeCodStyleHomes #Tradition #ModernCapeCodStyle #UpGrade #Remodel

#CapeCodKitchens #CapeCodStyleHomes #Tradition #ModernCapeCodStyle #UpGrade #Remodelwww.CustomCraftedCC.com*Consider These Design Details When Building An Open Floor Plan Kitchen.*Like with most styles, they naturally evolve over time. Even considering the traditional touches of a Cape Cod kitchen, there are unique modern characteristics that can level-up your look and breathe new life into the traditional design. For instance, Custom Crafted Homes can open your kitchen up and create a more casual dining setting when going for a more modern design. We could tear down any walls blocking off the kitchen and from the rest of the house. Doors are something not many people may consider, primarily when focusing on a kitchen remodel, but there's a good chance your open-floor plan kitchen has a clear view of the doors in your house. Traditionally built Cape Cod homes often came with solid wood doors. Our carpenters will refurbish your doors or replace the door with a product that will mai…

We value our customers as though they are family and want to share Cape Cod's rich architectural history with them and future clients.

We value our customers as though they are family and want to share Cape Cod's rich architectural history with them and future clients. *The History Behind Cape Cod Design Elements* Many of us adore Cape Cod style houses but do you know where the design elements got their start? Puritan carpenters brought this iconic style to America and focused on strong building materials to help withstand the harsh climates. This is why more traditional Cape homes feature large solid wooden doors for example. Like many homes over the years, they have shifted from small, quaint homes, too much larger dwellings. There are a few key elements to Cape Cod style kitchens that still hold their chic-ness today. Pastel color palettes are undeniable in a Cape Cod style home, think of blues, greens and yellow to capture the classic Cape feel. Wood floors are also historic features in Cape Cod homes, this is unmissable addition. Since Cape Cod homes used to be very small and quaint, storage was a key player a…