The original kitchen in this 1930s home was a confined, 13-by-13-foot space. To make it more functional and retain its traditional character, a wall was removed to create an open space, and a breakfast nook was added.
The original kitchen in this 1930s home was a confined, 13-by-13-foot space. To make it more functional and retain its traditional character, a wall was removed to create an open space, and a breakfast nook was added. CATHERINE NGUYEN
The original kitchen in this 1930s home was a confined, 13-by-13-foot space. To make it more functional and retain its traditional character, a wall was removed to create an open space, and a breakfast nook was added. CATHERINE NGUYEN

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December 27, 2014 5:57 AM

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