|Project by CAMERONGAGNON.com||posted 01-25-2014 03:43 PM||981 views||1 time favorited||5 comments|
Located in Dunham Quebec about 15 min from the Vermont border. At first I didn’t think that this style was for me, but it has quickly became one of my favorite kitchen projects. This beautiful old farm house has under gone many renovations lately which I have been lucky enough to be involved with.
Take note of the stain glassed window. It is the original window in the original spot of the original summer kitchen.
The sliding pantry door is made using some of the old boards harvested during demolition.
1.75’’ solid black cherry counters including a 4’x10’ island.
The sink vanity is made with hand hewn beams from a pre 1900 well known local barn. the copper piping is exposed and adds to the charm.
The rustic shelves are old circular sawn 2’‘x12’’ with a live edge.
Chalk board paint, industrial lighting, high gloss white base cabinets, fancy low cost tile, and rough hemlock beams complete and compliment.
Not sure what you call the style, but if you look close enough on the stove wall you can see what’s for supper.
Un gros merci a Thierry, Anne, Sandy, et tout mon equipe. Bonne job!!!
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