The large, naturally lit kitchen is the heart of the house.
In the minmalist kitchen: sleek steel cabinet systems and the Kono range hood from Elmar.
In the kitchen, the architects reigned in the house’s high ceilings for a more intimate feel; its lower height also...
The kitchen has open storage and cabinets and an island made of plywood.
Learning as they went, they opted for an industrial look for plumbing and electric.
Local carpenter Crisow von Schulz constructed the cabinets from a single elm tree.
A new kitchen at the front of the house completes the trifecta of reworked rooms on the main level.
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