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Need help with 1970s kitchen
December 11, 2012 in Design Dilemma
This is the kitchen I am inheriting in a 1920's carriage house. Completely renovating it will be the LAST in a long list of projects. But I am soliciting suggestions for ways to make it more appealing now without spending a fortune. The brick quarry tile floor will stay. I have some field stone "siding" left over from a built in I removed that I could use. I will have to tear out the cabinets under the sink because of mold anyway. The style we're steering the house toward is appropriate to a the original structure - i.e., halfway between rustic and elegant, tending toward Tudor, lots of wood and stone. I cook with copper pots.. Thanks for your creative ideas!