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Constructed in 1802, Mallow House had remained largely unaltered during its 215-year history, preserving many architectural details, hardware, and light fixtures. The need for a larger, more open kitchen meant carefully removing a wall between two cramped rooms and repurposing materials to preserve the home's rich finishes and character. A neutral color palette highlights the antique chandelier hanging over the island and the well-used butcher block built into the cabinet across from the range. Soft soapstone countertops and stainless steel appliances perfectly bridge the gap between the old and the new, paying homage to the home's history while creating a functional hard working kitchen.
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