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  • ben79317

Using every inch possible.

So many older homes built in the early 1900's were divided into many rooms and had many doors. The kitchens were much, much smaller, simpler and utilitarian vs todays open kitchens. Kitchens are of course a place where everyone gathers. In this home in Minneapolis, we removed a couple walls, moved a couple windows and opened a small doorway into a larger doorway. The resulting space allowed for this beautiful kitchen. It is much longer, and although still narrow, has plenty of room. Incorporating this custom table into the space allows room for cooking and dining and became a very nice open space.

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