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Kitchen of the Week: Modern Glass Brightens an 1845 Home

A transparent addition brings space, light and that wow factor to an old and dark British kitchen

Houzz Editorial Staff
historic home’s quirks, nooks and crannies can lose their charm when it comes to the kitchen. As the homeowners of this 1845 London home discovered, a 19th-century kitchen is no treat to cook in, no matter how cute it looks. Tired of cramming into their 40-square-foot cooking space, the family hired designer Andrew Dunning to bring in more room, functionality and sparkle. His solution: a stunning glass addition that floods the space with light.

Kitchen at a Glance
Who lives here: A family with grown children
Location: Islington district, Greater London
Size: 350 square feet (including dining room)
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