A Simple Unfitted Galley Kitchen in a 1920’s Home

Soffits were removed from the entire room. Recessed lights above the sink were replaced with lovely school house style brass pendants found at Home Depot. Counter is Rimforsa bench found at Ikea. The above pictures are from before facing east. One of the major design goals was to find a way to create more light…

The “Unfitted” Kitchen

My 1920s kitchen seems to have been remodeled at least twice over the years. From what I can tell it had work done in the mid 90s and the 1970s. Originally, our circa 1924 kitchen didn’t have a refrigerator but instead had a counter height ice box. Coal burned in a stove. It’s a kitchen…

A Rare and Difficult Find

I love home design and architecture.  We searched high and low for two years for a house that was affordable, decent move in condition, and still maintained historic architectural features.  THEY ARE HARD TO FIND.  Home after home from tudor revivals, Georgian revivals,  to Chicago’s famous bungalow I saw original features ripped out of homes…