Kitsch-in…

Somewhere in an 1850’s farmhouse in GHent, NY.

The Kitsch-in, is an experiment in Traditional, industrial, and Craftsman styling. Rather than write out a long winded blog, I will let the pictures and description tell the story…

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Starting with Barn wood reclaimed on site, I built the first counter and shelves. The barnwood is set on a 45 degree angle, the floor and ceiling follow…The shelves are matching barnwood, with parabolic brackets, and a stout maple counter…

1495509784379The wall behind the stove has blue steel wallpaper and Maple wainscoting, There is a maple and steel counter on either side of the stove…

1495428461195The counters are spalted maple with steel shelves beneath…

IMG_20170523_000124The coat rack features original hardware, any many years of paint and many colors, grinded in a pattern to tell the story…

1495511063659Behind the counter is reclaimed wannescotting from the “outdoor kitchen” with a floating maple shelf and topped of with a bold crown molding…1495640867831

Beneath lies a cabinet with a blue steel countertop and maple sliding doors…1495417901863

This creates a clean simple look and no doors to block the walkway…

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The end of the counter features thick maple shelves and a cut out for a dishwasher…

The whole space ties together nicely using new and reclaimed materials, classic and contemporary design, and practical use of space. Creating a beautiful and usable space…

 

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