creaky old hutch.
Windows caked with grime.
And barely 200 square feet to work with. Where some might have looked at the worn features in Ellen Radowski’s kitchen and wiped the slate clean, she wanted to keep the quaint, sometimes imperfect details that tell the story of her 100-year-old house.
Architect and interior designer
Emily Paprocki helped Ellen navigate what was actually worth salvaging. “What I like to keep in a house this age
One-of-a-kind original features in Ellen Radowski’s kitchen pair with new eye-catchers, like a live-edge countertop custom-made from cherrywood.