The house originally had a galley kitchen that was completely sectioned off. We opened up the space by taking down the wall that separated the kitchen from the dining room, as well as removing the 3/4 partition wall that separated it from the entryway. We replaced the linoleum floor with all new red oak hardwoods. The kitchen had some of its original features from the 1950s and then had added layers from a 1970s renovation. We gave it a modern upgrade with matte black cabinets, gray quartz countertops, and stainless steel appliances. This sleek look pairs nicely with the warm tones of our vintage furnishings and light fixtures.
Design: Danielle and Cole St. Peter | Photography: JC Buck and Danielle St. Peter
Shop the Look: Kungsbacka Cabinet Fronts from IKEA // Sektion Cabinet Base in Wood Effect Brown from IKEA // Hackas Cabinet Handles from IKEA // KASKER Concrete Effect Contertop from IKEA // NUTID French Door Refrigerator from IKEA // NUTID Thermal Self-Cleaning Convection Oven from IKEA // FRAMTID 5 Burner Gas Cooktop from IKEA // NUTID Microwave Oven from IKEA // SPOLAD Built-in dishwasher from IKEA // Delta Faucet from Amazon // White Meringue Ceramic Tile from Floor & Decor // Poul Henningson PH4/3 Lights from Deersteedt // Sede Black Leather Walnut Counter Stool from Article // Speckled Tufted Wool Rug in Green from Target // Clock - Vintage // Ceramic Pitcher from artist Angus Graham // Threshold Vase from Target // Threshold Ashwood Paddle Board from Target // Threshold Olive Wood Serving Board from Target // Fellow Stagg Pour Over Kettle, Matte Black from Amazon // Paint - Decorator’s White from Benjamin Moore