Laurey W. Glenn

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This family kitchen in Charlottesville, Virginia, looks like the workspace in a rustic log cabin, only with modern appliances. The large beams and cabinet fronts are made of wormy chestnut barn siding. Iron hardware made by a local craftsman is used throughout the space.


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Architect: Keith Scott, Rosney Co. Architects, Charlottesville, Virginia; Hardware: Custom, hand-forged iron hardware with copper accents by Corry Blanc at Silver City Iron; Pendant lights: Copper pendants from The French House; Barstools: Cooper’s Small Draftsman Stool from Wisteria; Countertops: French Bleu Limestone by Paris Ceramics; Sink: Copperhaus Undermount sink from Fixture Haus; Faucet: Hanover Collection in Tuscan Bronze by Price Pfister; Oven backsplash: Second Face Tumbled Bourgogne, by Paris Ceramics; Fireplace: Rumford Fireplace from Superior Clay Corporation; Leather chairs: Cigar Chair by William Alan; Upholstered Chairs: 526 Armless Chair upholstered in fabric 8043-76 by Pearson Furniture; Lantern: Symi lantern, wrought iron, by Casamidy

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