Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
Dominic Rizzo and Elizabeth Brown's 1815 Madeira home features original, rough-hewn beams left in place in the old part of the house and reused in their recent addition.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
Dominic Rizzo and Elizabeth Brown's 1815 Madeira home features a kitchen that has garnered more than 500,000 views on Pinterest.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
Dominic Rizzo and Elizabeth Brown's 1815 Madeira home features original, rough-hewn beams left in place in the old part of the house and reused in their recent addition.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
An open dining and living room space at the front of the house features exposed beams.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
Crystal chandeliers and exposed-beam ceilings display the mix of styles present throughout Dominic Rizzo and Elizabeth Brown's  house.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
The dining room area opens up onto a living room space.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
Dominic Rizzo and Elizabeth Brown's furnishings are a blend of old Asian, European and American pieces and modern ones from shops such as Arhaus and Restoration Hardware.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
In keeping with the old-wood themes throughout the house, old cabinet doors serve as decorative art in the breakfast nook.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
This little breakfast nook area is just off the kitchen.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
An open space leads from a living room area to the kittchen.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
Modern lighting fixtures light the dining room table.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
One of the many crystal chandeliers throughout the home lights the staircase to the second floor.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
This hallway connects the kitchen with the dining room, with cabinet, draw and closet space along the way.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
Antiques and collectibles serve as decor on the mantel.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
Antiques and collectibles rest on the mantel.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
Modern lighting fixtures light the dining room table.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
Dominic Rizzo and Elizabeth Brown's 1815 Madeira home features original, rough-hewn beams and stone left in place in the old part of the house.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
Dominic Rizzo and Elizabeth Brown's 1815 Madeira home features original, rough-hewn beams left in place in the old part of the house and reused in their recent addition.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
A large ceramic teapot sits on the stone countertop of the sink.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
A wine rack and liquor cabinet is built into a nook in the dining/livingroom.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
Modern lighting fixtures light the dining room table.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
Exposed brick backs the bar.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
An ourdoor fireplace is one feature of the patio area.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
A detail of the modern lighting in the kitchen hanging from exposed beams in the ceiling.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
One of the chandeliers lights the staircase.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
Dominic Rizzo, Elizabeth Brown and their son, Luca.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
The wine rack continues the theme of old, re-used wood throughout the house.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
This reading nook is by a window at the top of the stairs.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
The patio makes use of granite bricks that are original to the house.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor
Home Tour: 200-year-old beams and a dynamite kitchen are highlights of this 1815 Madeira makeover
Dominic Rizzo and Elizabeth Brown have collected old photographs of the house and a history of the Todd family, which once owned their home.Photo by: David Sorcher | WCPO contributor