Our friend Michelle McKenna has worked as an advertising executive, healing arts practitioner, and florist; she drew on her eclectic experiences when it came time to renovate her 1840s Georgian house (with the help of architect Rahesh Ram of Nau Architecture). She spent extra time on the kitchen, sourcing one-off salvaged hardware, top-of-the-line appliances, and custom counters and cabinets. As she says, “We’re always here, so shouldn’t it be the nicest room in the house?” We’ve sleuthed all the components of her kitchen (and for those that are vintage, something similar) to re-create the look.
N.B.: The house is one of the 12 featured in Remodelista: A Manual for the Considered Home.
Faucets & Fixtures
Furniture & Lighting
Accessories & Hardware
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