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Before-and-After Showhouse Kitchen

A 1913 Tudor-style kitchen gets a respectful renovation

Written by Amy Elbert
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    Produced by Eileen A. Deymier

    Interior designer: John K. George, John K. George & Co., 3000 W. Clay St., Richmond, VA 23230; 804/560-1717.
    Sink (porcelain); architectural fragments for range surround; island/dining table (fabricated from wormy pine beams and hobnailed iron banding); materials for pot rack/lighting fixture: Caravati’s Inc. Architectural Salvage, 804/232-4175,
    Wood plank-and-beam ceiling: E.T. Moore Mfg. Inc., 804/231-1823,
    Slate countertops: Virginia Slate Co., 804/282-7929.
    Countertop fabrication: Park Stone Granite and Marble, 804/755-6888.
    Faucet (vintage-style water-saver bridge faucet): Moen, 800/289-6636,
    Ceramic tile: Morris Tile Distributors, 804/353-4427,
    Cabinets: existing.
    Re-fashioning cabinet doors; cabinet moldings (custom): Siewers Lumber & Millwork, 804/358-2103,
    Cabinet color (“Homestead Green” #AC-19): Benjamin Moore & Co., 888/236-6667,
    Cabinet hardware (solid bronze): Emtek, 800/356-2741,
    Cabinet shelving (recycled plate glass): 4-D Discoveries Glass Co., 804/897-6340.
    Gas range; vent hood; dishwasher: Whirlpool,
    Accessories: Anne Marie Elles, Trappings, 804/353-5378, trappingshome.comFlooring (restored original pine flooring, finished with soybean poly): Costen Floors, 804/527-2929,
    Ceramic subway tile and accessories: American Olean, 
    Tile installation: CL Jones Tile & Marble, 804/514-9233.

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    Refrigerator: Whirlpool,

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    Breakfront color (“Caliente” #AF-290, applied with dry brush technique over white): Benjamin Moore & Co., 888/236-6667,

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