In this early 19th century Georgian home, Benjamin Nutter Architects collaborated with the owners to expand the kitchen and join it to the adjacent sitting room. Before the project was completed, the sitting room was not connected directly to the kitchen and consequently did not allow for the open floor plan concept that was desired. Now the sitting and kitchen areas are linked to each other. Each space is flooded with natural light provided by the new skylights and windows. Many features of the 19th century home were brought to life during the renovations. Old barn door hardware and other hand forged artifacts found in the client’s large barn were repurposed for new functions.