New kitchen addition with natural materials to coordinate with the rest of the home
Photo: Mark Lohman
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A New Kitchen

As time brought changes in Lesnett's life—the kids grew up and moved away, Shirley died, and he married his second wife, Elsa—the house changed with him. In 1995, he remodeled the kitchen, breaking through a closet and widening the existing bumpout to create a new, fully loaded laundry room addition.

Teak cabinetry in the open kitchen blends in with the house's other natural materials—quarry tile flooring, Douglas fir posts, and unstained cedar walls and ceilings.
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