charming vintage home in Marquette. The home they selected had stunning lake views, but the current layout of the home didn’t quite do the view justice.
Since the couple has ties to the Chicago area, they began working with Normandy Designer Chris Ebert to put their mark on the house. They wanted to capitalize
comfortable, vintage feel of the kitchen. The white painted perimeter cabinets with glass fronts are reminiscent of what one would find “back in the day”.
The large, dark stained island boasts a second sink and seating for casual dining and conversation. The island has a Caesarstone countertop, which gives
was a vintage find, one-of-a-kind. The dealer who sold our client this fixture was New Metal Crafts in Chicago. Good luck in your search!
they are vintage Toledo drafting stools from the 1940's. I found the ones that I used through Get Back's website (a dealer in Conn.)
But, you can also try Ebay, 1st Dibs, etc. as a source. Also, Restoration Hardware offers a reproduction, but the seat is flatter and overall