A kitchen for the house
The only original element in the new kitchen is the flooring, which like the rest of the house is constructed of old-growth longleaf pine. Terry Garber loves pottery, which she has collected for many years. Above the kitchen stove, she displays pieces by Heather Goldminc, Blue Sky Clayworks (left). All but one of the sinks in the house is made of copper, including the kitchen sink. Fond of 1920s and ’30s Art Deco slippershade lighting fixtures, the owner used them throughout the house.
ART TILE Over the range, ubiquitous white field tile is inset with the ‘Mackintosh Glasgow Rose’ flower trio with drops, in the Root Beer glaze, by DuQuella Tile in Oregon.