This house in the Ansley Park neighborhood of Atlanta was built in 1900, but you’d never know it by the way the kitchen had been remodeled by the previous owners. “It just felt very unfamiliar to the home’s history,” designer Ili Nilsson says. She took on the challenge of giving the room more character, functionality, and light.
It’s amazing how much bigger and brighter it looks. And I like how they reworked the steps up into the kitchen. They look a little less treacherous now.
An article about the kitchen on Houzz explains, “Raising the dropped ceiling, putting in new windows and working with an elegant white palette created the classic look and practical function the family wanted.”
They also took out the corner pantry and added two new windows, which made a big difference.
A cedar-wrapped beam divides the kitchen from the eating area and built-in bar.
Adding a La Cornue stove to the room didn’t hurt, either…
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