This 90 year old classic craftsman in a Seattle neighborhood had endured three iterations of kitchens before RCH partnered with the current, long-time owners, for what is likely the fourth kitchen remodel.
Flanking both sides of the sink wall, are open shelving braced with antique brackets. The shelves host baking, beverage and serving collections. New cabinet storage include zones for: mobile devices, slim line mail, key and medicine cubbies, breakfast station, microwave, and pantry. Though new, white appliances were specifically chosen to convey and match older eras.
A new configuration of appliances within this u-shape kitchen surrounds a butcher block island which is topped with dark stained and roughly hewn timber. The microwave peninsula now flows into a built-in dining banquet. And, across from the dining space, a run of matching custom cabinetry serves as a buffet and china storage.
The back porch update included new fencing, pergola and gate.