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Revamped Victorian

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Eliminating the wall between the kitchen and unused dining room nearly doubled the size of this kitchen. All that extra space gave the family ample prep area while decorative panels conceal appliances and furniture-like moldings keep the room feeling cozy. A small window in the old room was removed, adding wall space for a mantel hood and cooktop. With some patching and refinishing, the existing oak flooring looks brand new.

 

DESIGNER: Laurie Butler, CKD
Sawhill Custom Kitchens
Minneapolis, MN
www.sawhillkitchens.com

 
 

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