Transitional Kitchen Update in a Victorian Home

A dazzling Victorian home gets a kitchen update that opens up the space, brings in natural light and is a brand-new look that blends beautifully with the classic home.

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Classic Meets Modern

As Victorian homes are known for housing several small rooms, differing from the open concept that is now so popular in modern homes, designer Peter Feinmann hoped to open up the interior of this classic home, making more room and allowing more light in.

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