Victorian Kitchen

See how a small, barely functional kitchen blossoms into a modern space for multitasking.

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Most Victorian homes of that era had very small kitchens. To open up the space, some walls were torn down and reconfigured. They raised the ceiling back up to its original height of 10 feet. Then, to let in plenty of light and a view of the yard, they added large windows, creating a sort of bay-window effect without the bay.