1920s with a twist

A bright and expansive remodel result

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  • Open shelving above the sink and near the dishwasher holds everyday tableware.

    Kitchen sink

    J.D. Peterson

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Built-in wine storage

  • Built-in wine storage

    Built-in wine storage holds 15 bottles in a grid.

GREAT IDEAS

Honed ― instead of polished ― granite for the counters creates a softer look that doesn't dominate the space.

A storage wall that's away from the main traffic area puts occasional-use items in one place, leaving the kitchen uncluttered.

Open shelving above the sink and near the dishwasher holds everyday tableware.

Drawers instead of deep shelves behind each cabinet front make it possible to slide out the contents and see everything without bending down.

The understated detailing references the 1910s and 1920s with subway-tile patterning (tile from Waterworks, 800/899-6757 for store locations) and a gooseneck faucet (from Franke KSD 800/626-5771 for distributors). Leaded-glass cabinet fronts echo the window panes.

Built-in wine storage under one of the counters beside the door to the dining room holds 15 bottles in a grid.

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