It's not where you start, it's where you finish

An outdated space gets a much-needed kitchen remodel that caters to its historic style

Before they underwent a drastic kitchen renovation, the only things standing in the space were a massive sink and a 1940s-style oven.

To add a little more room to this kitchen design, the designer who worked on the space removed the butler's pantry and bumped the space out another three feet.

The contractor who worked on this kitchen remodel salvaged this German silver sink from the original butler's pantry. The relatively soft surface was used to protect fine china and crystal during washings. The cylindrical shapes are clever overflows and stops.

A LaCornue range fits with this kitchen's historic style. The distinctive copper knobs were the inspiration behind the other copper accents in the kitchen.

This copper farmhouse sink fits right in with the copper theme that the owners wanted to include throughout their kitchen design.

This kitchen remodel included a complete design change, but the homeowners were sure to use as much of the original materials as possible, including the white subway tiles on the wall, encaustic floor tiles, a tine ceiling and the window frames.

This hutch holds several pieces that the homeowner brought home from his time in Japan. The design allows everybody to enjoy the colorful pieces.

A new door with glass panels swings open to a center hallway adding a bit more light compared to the original configuration, which was two solid doors.

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