This kitchen space is located in an addition to an 18th century, stone farmhouse in suburban Philadelphia. We used antique lumber for the faces, doors and drawer fronts. Our finishes in this kitchen are two custom colors using Real Milk Paint. The hinges are hand-wrought rattail hinges. Countertops are by Bucks County Soapstone.
antique | Bucks County Soapstone | contrasting wood cabinetry | double copper farmhouse sink | exposed stone wall | gas stove | hardwood floors | island | L-shaped | pendant lights | Real Milk Paint | skylight | Soapstone countertops | Tim Coldren - wrought iron hardware | wood block countertop | $20,000 - $50,000 | Traditional | Philadelphia
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