Traditional Kitchens for modern living

Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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This is a new 1920s period kitchen in a new shingle style craftsman home. The contractor did a great job, Jeff Reuvekamp
“Lights” — pleshie
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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I love the detail on this island. This is the mixed approach, adding storage, but still keeping the island as furniture
“Island” — AKA Consulting
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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This is a new craftsman style home in Piedmont CA. Cabinet style is taken from period cabinets and Warren Hile catalogue. Glass is Bendheim, old and wavy. soapstone counters
“cabinets” — sarahwildwood
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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built in fridge but exposed range. small desk for mail
“p” — Eco Dwelling, LLC
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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“pantry” — melissasuva
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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“Upper cabinets” — anishag
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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This is a realtively small kitchen, but much improved over the original 1920s and 1970s updates. More counter space, new cabinets, and a room that allows for breakfast and friends
“BM Mayonnaise” — karenrometsch
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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I love the Chicago faucets. Very industrial but period. The backsplash tile adds a nice texture.
“corbells” — luckylevi
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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“Black up the wall” — salasteinbach
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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Felipe did a great job on the cabinets. I love the pantry look in new kitchens
“Under shelf lites. Don't forget” — salasteinbach
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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1/4 sawn rift and white oak counters. I love wood counters but keep them away from the sink
“Countertop” — emlamantia
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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We are at a vacation home in Lake Tahoe. The theme is "barn". Love these old sinks. They are easy to clean (It kills me the grime around kitchen faucets in the counters), they have a place to dry dishes, and the basin is shallow. Deep sinks are for the birds.
“Sink, especially faucet.” — bischb
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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Vintage lighting, reclaimed wood beams, re-claimed flooring, and the monster stove. Bruce Barth, contractor did a great job.
“trough sink” — tomk1884
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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“cute smaller kitchen” — franniehall17
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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Old wood walls have a rustic feel. The light switches are push buttom (new), restored old phone, the glass door is a "cooler". It is connected to the underfloor's cool air to keep vegetables fresh. most 1920s and earlier homes had similar storage
“Light switch” — arabianbob
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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New cabinet from an old hutch design. New hinges but the pull is antique and newly nickled
“Lovely workmanship!” — tsalvatore
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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This is the morning. Lighting is integral to the way space is seen and felt. Layered lighting (multiple switched lights) allows for mood variation. I am moving towards work lighting and mood lighting in the kitchen, dining, and living rooms
“Sink lighting” — myko013
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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Antique lights, new wood counters (hand selected by me), antique sink (craigs list), re-claimed flooring, new custom wood doors. You cannot manufactured doors that give this appearance. The proportions are key.
“Don't like the farmhouse sink” — jennajalopy
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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“Hood” — jajmphillips
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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“Sink” — kat4keller
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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You need to see the before photo to appreciate this kitchen. Small kitchen with a small budget. Custom cabinets, old stove, new fan in drywall hood. Playful brackets supporting cabinets and stove hood.
“1920s house with marble counter and wood floors” — kyototulip
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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Glass cabinets add relief and character. I like to use wavy "Benheim" restoration glass. This kitchen was an excercise in flow. Three different doors into the kitchen trisected this space which killed the counter space. The stairs to the basement and the outside were relocated so that the kitchen was on one end while the circulation was moved to the opposite end.
“Corner” — salasteinbach
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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The old kitchen hutch makes another appearance. Why am I so attached to old hutches? Notice the inside back of the hutch is finished as veritcal boards. Attention to detailing cabinets is integral in getting the right feel.
“Floor to ceiling” — cynsmithideas
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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Great job on this remodel. Bill Brown, contractor, exceeeded all expectations. The original kitchen was small, cramped, ugly, and had short ceilings.
“stove” — kwalsh57
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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Old stoves tend to work well. We have had an old stove for 2 years now and it is great. Who needs 6 burners anyway?
“herringbone subway tile” — Dawn Maywood
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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The kitchen has become the most important room in the house. How does the style of the kitchen fit with the house? How can we enlarge the kitchen to make it more functional. How about the flow through the space. How about raising the ceiling?
“Love all of it - wish it was my kitchen!” — slstockton
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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“Cabinet schemes” — Jenna Egusa Walden
Kelly and Abramson Kitchens
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These cabinets are as close as I've come to my current favorite cabinet maker: http://www.plainenglishdesign.co.uk/designer-kitchens.html
“tile” — rachelviele
“island” — luckylevi
“farm kitchen, lamps” — lynmike
“mqrble backsplash” — Donna Strader
“cabinets” — Donna Strader
“cabinets flanking stove” — melissasuva
Traditional Kitchens for modern living
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Farm style remodel. Huge barn doors to, rustic flooring, white paneling, Big windows, lots of lights.
“White walls” — mallorygins
Traditional Kitchens for modern living
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1910s paneled doors, New hutch meant to look antique. notice the old style adjustable shelves, painted hinges. The door locks are rim locks which is really unusual in California, helping to create unique and unusual character.
“white w/ dark hardware?” — emhana
Barn Doors Vintage lights
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We are in barn theme here. The doors are amazing at 8' tall x 8' wide. They were made from Northwest Door and sash in Oregon and cost just about the same as marvin ultimate doors. The install was definately more time consuming. These type of doors, by their nature do not seal as well against the cold. Previously the large wall out had a terrible 1970s fireplace which blocke...More
“TABLE” — dant3393
Vintage Stove Hidden Hood
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antique wavy glass, cool stove., farm sink, oversize island, paneled refrigerator, some color on the cabinets. The farm style sink is in the foreground. This is another project where the homeowners love the design process and really understand and trust my lead in keeping all the details in line with the story. The story is farmhouse cottage. We are not creating a movie set...More
“Oven” — Ashley Baker
Traditional Kitchens for modern living
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The builder and I went to China to pick out all finishes including flooring, lighting, doors, cabinets, plumbing fixtures and more. We had a good time and I was able to see how much contrast there is bewteen the US and China. One child policy- Chinese think this is a good idea in an overpopulated world. More fresh food, less packaging. High density growth in cities with goo...More
“kitchen” — wkabean
Traditional Kitchens for modern living
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The changes to this kitchen were dramatic. From a bad 1980s floor plan and the original squished breakfast and kitchen. We opened up and connected the kitchen to the dining, deck and front. The actual kitchen is small, but its role has shifted so that it is now the center of the house
Traditional Kitchens for modern living
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Unfortnately the paneled refrigerator really kills the budget. Consumer reports lists integrated refrigerators From $5 to 10k. I have generally used kitchen Aid at about $8k. Here the fridge still needs to get pushed back a little and the DW does not yet have its panel. This was a good project with enthusiastic homeowners who bought into the theme of creating a beautiful an...More
“windows, soapstone” — dlayman18
Traditional Kitchens for modern living
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No uppers seems to be the latest mantra for beautiful yet non functional kitchens. There is always a balance between form and function. There are no recessed lightis here nor stainless steel hood. The faucet has 2 handles. The microwave is behind the stove in the pantry. If we are going to tell a story, lets do away with the recessed lights. The floor is antique wire bru...More
“Cabinetry - would rather have an AGA stove though” — tsalvatore
Traditional Kitchens for modern living
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We moved the whole kitchen to the back of the house from the dark center. It is enlarged, more open, and now has a new deck and access to the yard. Why did the 1920's home isolate the connection to the back yard?
“Kitchen” — mullenim
Traditional Kitchens for modern living
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Many of the windows in the formal part of the house are stained. The stained wood is lovely in contrast to white tile. It really changes the all white 2010 kitchen into something with a little more character.
“cabinet to left of stove and hood” — melissasuva
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There is always a question about the appliances and whether or not to have stainless steel. I like the story when it fits with the original house. Lighting, hood, refrigerator, DW are preferred to be paneld. We are dappling with the modern here, and we added a few recessed wall washers.
“lights and subway tiles behind stove” — melissasuva
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