bungalow house breakfast nook with board-and-batten walls
Photo: Ray Kachatorian
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Modern Amenities (Mostly) Hidden

Moeschler also dropped in a modern-day skylight over the first-floor bedroom and opened up the kitchen to add an eating nook. It's framed by a marble-topped peninsula with a convenient niche for the microwave. Laundry machines hide discreetly behind beadboard doors.

Shown: The new eating nook was designed to fit seamlessly into the circa 1913 bungalow, which has held on to its original board-and-batten walls.

Fabrics: Tumbleweed & Dandelion
Pendant light: eBay
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