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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.

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