Saturday, March 16, 2013

Unique Kitchen in An Old Southern House

The hub of the house is also its dressiest room. Over the FiveStar stove is a silver-leaf Napoleon III mirror. The chandelier was fashioned from a pair of antique bronze sconces

The owners wanted the kitchen to have the feel of a traditional dining room — which it was, before the renovation. The sink resembles a buffet; the nine-foot-long oval island, a dining table.

The kitchen's light-filled bay window opens onto a patio and garden. More Photos: House Beautiful

4 comments:

Tojav said...

In the kitchen everything probably tastes better.

Barb_in_GA said...

Beautiful, but do you think any actual cooking goes on there? I can't imagine cleaning spaghetti sauce spatters off that mirror frame, or where on earth they'd set down a hot pot of soup. I'm just too practical, I guess!

Content in a Cottage said...

Barb...

I'm with you all the way. I'm too practical as well.

Rosemary

jean said...

Someone must do a lot of cooking in that beautiful home.