This early 1900's rural farmhouse held fond memories for a young woman who spent much of her childhood playing in the house with her friend whose parents owned the home. Recently, she became a physician and desired to move back into the community and, as luck would have it, had the opportunity to buy this house and remodel to make it a home for her husband and new baby. The project required gutting most of the house and adding on to it, including the kitchen and bathroom areas. Her desire was to keep quaintness of the farmhouse, but update the areas of the house for today's young family's needs. The entry addition contains a painted and stained custom designed bench, which has coat hooks, sconces and a beveled mirror. Brick paver flooring captures the era as you enter the house as well as provide a durable floor material. Each bathroom was designed with its own farmhouse simplicity and understated charm. The bar was designed to replicate an old saloon back bar. Distressed cherry with a cherry wood countertop and antique backsplash mirror were all elements incorporated into the design of the bar cabinetry. The existing kitchen contained outdated cabinets, laminate countertops and a vinyl floor. The new kitchen, with the addition, includes an oversized island and built in appliances. The cabinetry design includes exposed butt hinges, cup pulls and cabinet latches historically appropriate for the architecture of the kitchen. New oak flooring and painted ceiling beams with recessed paneling bring warmth, texture and coziness to the kitchen. Antique black granite countertops contrast against the white subway tile backsplash giving the kitchen a true period aesthetic reminiscent of the early 1900's kitchens.