My Houzz: Historic 1680 Fixer-Upper in the Hudson Valley

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k_rudito
k_rudito added this to k_rudito's ideas2 March 2020

After: Vaulting the ceiling added natural light. The kitchen was an addition to the house done in the late 1920s, and the couple kept the features from that period that had stood the test of time, like the butler’s pantry, breakfast nook, brass light switches and swinging doors.

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Maxie Novinc added this to Kitchen10 December 2019

When it comes to kitchens, I've noticed I am very picky. I believe when it comes to "narrower" kitchens, this one has it down. The farmhouse style can be seen through the use of color and space.

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