Autumn Lane Kitchen

Completed over 20 years ago this kitchen has stood the test of time. A complete gut to the studs, this remodel was designed to enhance my home that is 100+ years old. Windows were moved and added to open the kitchen up to the grand view of the Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains. The original powder room, which blocked the views entirely, was moved into a laundry center. Laundry is now relocated to the upper floor. The finishing details include full frame inset cabinetry with leaded glass windows. Antique crystal knobs which I found in various salvage stores throughout the country echo those which are original elsewhere in the home. Details include a custom hood, crackled “subway” tile, and large leaded glass windows and soapstone counters. As a result, one might think the kitchen was almost original to our Century old home.   A useful desk/computer area was incorporated out of the original prep area. A pony wall hiding the components allows the user to face the scenery while keeping the computers/office paraphernalia  out of the kitchen.

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