A kitchen for the house

Old House Journal - - Inspire -

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.

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