A couple remodeled their 1927 kitchen by reusing and repurposing along the way.
In a beautiful upstate New York Tudor Revival sat a tired, cramped and dark kitchen. The room had “good bones” with strong grain-pattern gumwood cabinets and leaded glass casement windows, but the original layout had inadequate storage and tight work spaces. Gumwood was commonly used in the early 20th century for cabinets and trim but over the years much of it had been painted or removed during remodeling. Luckily, this grand dame has been lovingly cared for by only two families, with the current caretakers being Deborah and Don.… Continue Reading