We preformed a complete kitchen remodel inside a 1905 Leschi craftsmen home. This included all new plumbing, electrical, cabinetry and counters. New windows, doors and mill-work were selected.
The existing kitchen footprint was expanded by 3 ft by borrowing from the adjacent covered porch. New fir was feathered in to match the original fir flooring. The original doorway, separating the kitchen and corridor, was removed to integrate the two spaces.
The cabinets are custom designed by Mary Hansen Design and built by KCN cabinetry. They were made in stained mahogany and painted to reflect the era of the house.
The vintage sconces and chandelier were rewired by Landbridge Lighting. The lamps were custom designed by Mary Hansen.
The custom built-in corner bench includes deep drawers built into the base for extra storage. The cushions are quilted in indoor-outdoor Holly Hunt fabric and the historical print pillow fabric is from Hazleton House. They were designed by Mary Hansen and sewn by Kathleen Mullaney.
Kitchen entry from living area.
New casement windows over relocated kitchen sink.
View toward original corridor portion of the kitchen.
Original kitchen sink window & new pantry cabinet.
View toward the dining & living area. Note blackboard strip.