The kitchen in this 1740's house was dramatically transformed with just minor changes. Most of the cabinets were kept in tact - just painted a fresh color - and new cherry doors were added. Additional cabinets added length to the kitchen and a center island replaced the awkward peninsula. The island is anchored at one end with a chestnut table made from boards found in the walls, discovered when a wider opening was created between the kitchen and the dining room.
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