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Creating a Family Hub

A good remodel often pays homage to the past while functioning very much in the present. When Stacy and David Eisenmann bought their 1920s house in Albany, California, they delighted in its vintage charm, which stopped short of the kitchen—a bare-bones box with tile counters and a window painted shut.

To create an airy gathering space that would open to a family room, David and Stacy, an architect, along with fellow architect Sarah Willmer and general contractor Jamie Carlen, bumped out one wall and took down two others, combining the kitchen and a laundry area into one large space.

See more of this remodel in A Vintage Kitchen Gets New Spirit.
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