Hood: A custom hood insert by XO sits inside a daisy plaster frame.
Flooring: Jiminie and Jeremy opted for terracotta tiles to hold a mirror to those on the patio and fireplace. “They look like they could be original to the home,” avers Jiminie.
Appliances: The appliances include a 36-inch professional induction range by Wolf, a Miele dishwasher, and a Subzero fridge original to the home whose panels the pair had replaced. The decision to go electric was underscored by an intent to overhaul the home’s existing oil-powered appliances.
Hardware: The hardware, knobs, and pulls are all USM Modular Furniture designs.
Countertop: Made from recycled paper and phenolic resin, the Paperstone by CaraGreen countertops take a leaf from the sustainable cabinetry. The installation was courtesy of Mackey Granite Countertops.
Most insane splurge: “I think the fact that we were able to get a USM kitchen is the biggest win for us,” shares Jeremy. Another investment particularly special for the pair is the Wolf induction range. “It’s a relatively new model, and despite all the pandemic-related shortages and delays in delivery, we were able to get it in time. We also wanted to stick to Wolf for the range as that is what the kitchen originally had. By sheer coincidence, the home was also commissioned by the Wolf family, hence the name Wolfhouse.”