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A New Kitchen with Old-Fashioned Heart
Pieces gathered over years, similar to an old china cupboard and a well-worn butcher square, give Craig Kettles' new kitchen an antiquated heart.
The island is ventured up in front to conceal any chaos in the kitchen, and painted Bayberry Green from The Old Fashioned Milk Paint Co. Press rack with 12 votives by Jan Barboglio. Rhone pendant lights and Pacific City sconces above range from Rejuvenation. AeroTech divider stove by Fisher and Paykel. Sony Bravia 40-inch LCD television.
Old Belgian brew bottles are exhibited on the dry-stacked chimney, made of Tennessee fieldstone. The island is furnished with a KitchenAid Architect arrangement icemaker.
Open racks hold dishes and china, and flatware is kept in a cabinet in the old French homestead table, which makes it simple to set. The billiard light is classical, as are the heart pine floors.
"With a glass-entryway fridge, you can perceive what you have initially," says designer Craig Kettles. "In any case, I do end up styling the racks." Refrigerator by Sub-Zero. 36-inch gas run by Wolf. The red metal box holds bread.
The old butcher square and the iron pot rack were made by a similar producer and found at a collectibles store. The farmhouse-style sink and the ledges are made of soapstone from Vermont Soapstone. "Indeed, even sharpened stone would have looked too new for this kitchen," says Kettles. Nation Kitchen Bridge fixture by Rohl. Dishwasher by Bosch.
One set of wash room racks is around four inches profound, simply the span of an ordinary container, so things don't get taken cover behind each other. The library step is an antique from Belgium.
Another set of wash room racks was measured for cookbooks, brilliant Fiestaware plates, and the KitchenAid microwave.
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