This kitchen has the feel of a turn-of-the-century farmhouse.
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Host Joan Kohn visits the large and inviting kitchen in Steve and Mary Meadows' home, which was built to capture the feel of a turn-of-the-century farmhouse. Architect Bill McGuire designed an open floor plan that takes advantage of wonderful views and places the U-shaped kitchen literally in the heart of the home.
- Aged wood and classic marble give the kitchen a warm, timeless look. The cabinets and flooring are made from antique oak, and the counters are made from huge slabs of white marble. The ceiling is made with 130-year-old hemlock beams.