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

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.

Greg Clark Photography LLC

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.

Greg Clark Photography LLC

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.

Greg Clark Photography LLC

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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