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BEFORE: The refrigerator was blocking a beautiful stained glass window, original to the home. Tracey Stephens Interior Design Inc
AFTER: “It was my clients’ idea to turn the window into a pass-through into the dining room,” Stephens says. She added hinges and a handle so that they could take advantage of the opening between the two rooms. The window inspired the color choices for the room’s walls, cabinetry and trim. Wall paint: Kennebunkport Green; trim paint: Cottage Red; ceiling paint: Monterey White, all by Benjamin Moore Tracey Stephens Interior Design Inc
This marble-topped baking station was at the top of one of the homeowner’s lists. “Other things happen here, but this is where he bakes, and he keeps his supplies, like flour, sugar and mixing bowls, on the open shelves right here,” she says. The shelf brackets are black cast iron. “My clients never gave me an exact style or era to go for, but from everything they showed me, it was a blend of Arts and Crafts and Victorian-era style,” the designer says. For example, they sourced the handmade 6-inch by 6-inch Arts and Crafts accent tiles themselves. Stephens then found subway tile that fit next to it just right — note that each subway tile is half the height of the accent tiles.