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This vintage 1950s Wedgewood stove belonged to Harrison long before she moved into the house, and it was an absolute must-keep item. Neithart initially tried to talk Harrison out of using it, concerned that the new cabinets would dwarf the petite vintage stove; but Harrison would not be swayed.
Cabinets: Charlton Cabinets
Harrison had her heart set on these rich coffee bean–brown cork floors, even though they are more delicate than hardwood or tile. She loves the softness underfoot — perfect for getting comfortable in the kitchen while whipping up many meals and party dishes.
And speaking of party dishes, also on Harrison's wish list was a truly gigantic fridge and freezer. With their two teenage boys, three dogs and regular parties, the family has been putting this massive fridge to good use.
Floors: Cork; light fixture: Visual Comfort Cornice Hexagonal Flush Mount
And now for the big question: What would Julia Child have thought of her childhood kitchen now? Neithart laughs and says that at over 6 feet tall, Child would certainly have appreciated the tall scale of the kitchen. Also its simplicity and the fact that at heart, it is a really functional kitchen, meant to work hard and handle tasks without a lot of frills. Now that is something Child would have gotten behind.
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