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Eat-in kitchen - mid-sized eclectic l-shaped eat-in kitchen idea in Columbus with a drop-in sink, open cabinets, white cabinets, wood countertops, blue backsplash, subway tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island

My Houzz: Putting the Craft in an Ohio CraftsmanEclectic Kitchen, Columbus

Kiel's woodworking talents are in full effect in the kitchen. Rather than incorporate pre-fabricated cabinets into the newly rebuilt space, he decided to build them himself, affording the home the custom work that it so deserves. "It didn't make sense to put in the same fiberboard cabinetry that was there before", he confesses. Part of the plan called for open shelving up top to show off Chelsea's colorful plate collection. "One of the perks of being married to a wood worker", Chelsea jokes, "is having an entire kitchen worth of cabinets for the cost of wood and paint!" The couple outfitted the antique sink with a modern spray fixture from IKEA. The enameled cast iron sink was not only a steal at $25, but it is certainly made to last. "Often we buy older pieces which have been around for 50+ years because we know that if they have survived this long they will likely survive another 50", she says. Backsplash Tile, Hamilton Parker Photo: Adrienne DeRosa Photography © 2014 Houzz

Eat-in kitchen - mid-sized eclectic l-shaped eat-in kitchen idea in Columbus with a drop-in sink, open cabinets, white cabinets, wood countertops, blue backsplash, subway tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island —  Houzz

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maroper wrote:Aug 25, 2014
Is the sink a restored sink or can it be purchased

emsinthewestend wrote:Sep 22, 2014
    kapri wrote:Dec 2, 2014
      kskskssksk wrote:Apr 7, 2015
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        Plumbed Elegance

        While we didn't work on this project, we have had clients in similar situations. These old countertops can be drilled. But carefully and with the understanding that the porcelain CAN chip and crack. Since it only needs to be made a tiny bit bigger, sometimes a dremel can be used with less damage. The porcelain on the old sinks does have lead in it but it was applied much thicker than most of today's sinks so it can be done as long as the risk is understood.

      scalpelplease wrote:Jul 11, 2015
      Type of wood used for the shelves and blueprint for shelf design?

        Niki at Perkins Home Center wrote:Nov 19, 2015
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          J.Decor

          We have one too, from our 1873 Victorian Pharmacy. I love it!

        • abbottcg

          We have the sink and cabinet, too. Our cabinet has rust spots. Can the rust spots removed and then can the cabinet be repainted?

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