Urban Farmhouse Kitchen

Remodeling the kitchen of a 100 year-old farmhouse into a cozy, functional space while respecting its long and complicated history was no easy task. While the space of the kitchen is now only slightly larger, the end result is spacious and light-filled.
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A sun-drenched nook fills the south end of the kitchen with a wrap around built-in bench. © www.edwardcaldwellphoto.com
“booth” — kittymaker
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Storage for plates and glassware is integrated into seat backs with lifting panels mounted on drawer glides. © www.edwardcaldwellphoto.com
“Storage next to table” — prkanej
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The bowling lane table is supported on a mobile steel base incorporating skateboard wheels for easier access to storage in the bench seats. © www.edwardcaldwellphoto.com
“yes, but no wall on left (that's livingroom) ... and no far side seating (and pads)” — perchfarm
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Flanked by long countertops from salvaged bowling alley lanes, a salvaged sink with an integral drain board sits below interior windows that swing up and out, providing ready access to recycling bins located in the existing mudroom. © www.edwardcaldwellphoto.com
“Wood & sink” — mmrouff
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The original Wedgewood stove, which had been relegated to the basement, is now featured, set against a panel of hot-rolled steel. © www.edwardcaldwellphoto.com
“panel of hot rolled steel” — Justin Finseth
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An upper cabinet of orange-stained fir with punched steel panels -- a modern take on the old 'pie safe' ventilated pantry -- provides a bright accent in the center of the kitchen. © www.edwardcaldwellphoto.com
“Punched metal doors” — Catherine Sheehan
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