Fremont Kitchen of the Week

This kitchen was featured as one of the first Houzz Kitchen of the Weeks. Our goal was to come up with a design that would bridge the gap between the needs of contemporary living and the 1920s Craftsman house. Two of our strategies we employed were the extensive use of reclaimed materials and a stripped down aesthetic that would echo the more utilitarian kitchens of the 1920's.

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Microhouse fremont cottage - reclaimed fir cabinets
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Here and in general with our projects we try to utilize pantries and wall storage and to limit the amount of cabinet uppers. This provides a greater amount of less expensive storage and leaves more room for windows and natural light. Pantry wall using reclaimed fir flooring and salvaged wavy glass.
“Fir shaker cabinets” — Kristy Ludwig Kitchen & Bath Co.
Microhouse fremont cottage - fridge shelves
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Site built cabinets using reclaimed fir. No need for a door for the items we use at every meal. New and rebuilt windows using reclaimed fir and salvaged wavy glass. Salvaged ships hatch and reclaimed fir table. Pantry wall using reclaimed fir flooring and salvaged wavy glass.
“full height cabinet around fridge” — antiquetreasures
Microhouse fremont cottage - reclaimed fir cabinets
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Site built cabinets using reclaimed fir. New and rebuilt windows using reclaimed fir and salvaged wavy glass. Salvaged ships hatch and reclaimed fir table. Pantry wall using reclaimed fir flooring and salvaged wavy glass.
“Island continues to make things feel open” — atlake
Microhouse fremont cottage - reclaimed fir cabinets
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Moving the cabinet uppers to one pantry wall allowed us to open up to the outside which makes the kitchen feel more spacious. To learn more about our small houses or to attend one of our workshops please visit our blog. http://seattlebackyardcottage.blogspot.com/p/pr...
“Cabinets and handles” — metrodave1
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