A kitchen with white painted glass front cabinets, beadboard accents and white light fixture  give a vintage look
Photo: David Fenton

After: A Roomy Kitchen

To accomodate prepping for the owners' frequent dinner parties, designer Beth Laughlin expanded this 1928 San Francisco kitchen by taking down a wall that divided the space from an adjacent breakfast nook at one end, and removing a sliver of wall with a doorway to the laundry area at the other. Now one continuous galley, the enlarged kitchen has a peninsula with two stools where friends can hang out while the hosts are at the stove. There are two distinct prep-and-cleanup zones: one along the original sink wall and another in a butler's pantry alcove (where the washer and dryer had stood), complete with double ovens and the all-important second sink.
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