The origins of this 1920’s bungalow’s kitchen was simply a servants kitchen to which was attached a covered open porch. And an unsympathetic 1970’s renovation did little to improve the space. An entirely new kitchen was created within the old kitchen and the old covered porch by taking the spaces back to the studs and keeping only the old heart pine floor boards and some of the old beaded board ceiling. New period styled quarter sawn oak cabinets with reproduction hardware were designed and installed. Period copper lantern lighting was incorporated, as were new stainless steel appliance making this new kitchen both historically complimentary to the house while providing the generous space and cooking pleasures of a modern kitchen.