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Bungalow Kitchen and Living Space

By: Jeannie Matteucci
November 25, 2014
Designer Mark Williams creates a charming kitchen and family room designed for modern living while preserving the architecture in a 1920s bungalow.
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New Use

Relocating where the basement and attic stairs used to bisect the house allowed room for a desk area with shelves for cookbooks.

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Preserving an Era

Rich, dark, walnut-stained white oak floors were used for the family room and kitchen to continue the original flooring of the bungalow.

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Photo: Mark Williams. From: Mark Williams.

Smart Design Tip

While the center island was created from stock IKEA base cabinets, it looks custom thanks to the outside mitered edges of the gray Silestone top.

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Flow and Function

The newly opened kitchen and family room are accessible to both the informal and formal dining spaces in the home.

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