Kitchen in a 1926 bungalow done to my clients brief that it should look 'original' to the house.
The three stars of the kitchen are the immaculately restored 1928 high-oven WEDGWOOD stove, the SubZero refrigerator/freezer disguised to look like a vintage ice-box, complete with vintage hardware, and the kitchen island, designed to reference a farm-house table with a pie-save underneath, done in ebonized oak and painted bead-board.
The floor is lip-stick red Marmoleum with double inlaid black borders, the counters are honed black granite, and the cabinets, walls, and trim are painted a soft cream-color taken from a 1926 Dutch Boy paint deck.
All photographs are courtesy David Duncan Livingston. (Kitchen featured in the Fall 2018 issue of AMERICAN BUNGALOW.)