Vogue Meets Vintage

The kitchen in this 1941 cottage was located uncomfortably far from the rest of the house, as a result of certain unsuccessful home additions. A modern, convenience-enhancing update was just the thing to turn this beautiful kitchen around.

©Greg Clark Photography LLC

©Greg Clark Photography LLC

©Greg Clark Photography LLC

©Greg Clark Photography LLC

Vogue Meets Vintage

In the new, centrally-located kitchen designed for a young couple, the overall aesthetic was inspired by the days of early pioneers.

Vogue Meets Vintage

Elements such as alligator-patterned porcelain and vintage-style filament light fixtures employ an antique material vocabulary within a modern design language.

Vogue Meets Vintage

Dark porcelain plank-format floors throughout the house emphasize the subtle and natural feel created in the kitchen, while allowing continuity and integration with adjacent rooms.

Vogue Meets Vintage

Rustic Beech wood butcher-block and a white farmhouse sink add to the simple but modern feel of the pioneer-style kitchen.

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