A Fresh Kitchen for a 1930s Colonial Revival House

The architecture of this 1930s Colonial Revival home was fabulous, but its renovated kitchen not so much. It had hardly any work surfaces and nowhere for people to eat or keep the cook company. The homeowners wanted an updated kitchen that still fit in with the charming architecture of the Portland, Oregon, house — their first together. And they wanted it to be a place where they would enjoy spending time. Interior designer Jenni Leasia transformed the room so that it works with the home’s style, and is light, bright and inviting. Perhaps most important, a new hangout space at the peninsula is now the couple’s favorite spot in the house.

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