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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Opening Up the Home

"Bringing light into the space was a primary concern," says Peter. "This was accomplished by opening the kitchen to the family room, infusing that space with light and releasing it from its previous confinement. Two interior wall openings were made in the kitchen, allowing light to pass through into the family room (shown here) and hallway. One of the cutouts provides a view into the front foyer."

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