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The new addition starts to the left of the refrigerator. The posts were a structural necessity, but De Wolf made them an asset, using them to define bays for the expansive pantry. The open shelves were inspired by ones seen in an old-fashioned small-town grocery store; they create a divider between the kitchen and the pantry. Clerestories maintain an open and light feeling. A large piece of steel on the right ties in to the metal brackets and braces used throughout the remodeling project. The plate serves as a magnetic board for schedules and invitations, and the family can write on it. When it comes to juxtaposing modern and traditional touches, De Wolf recommends adding elements that would have been seen during the time period or are inspired by it. The integrated sink is a modern update on a porcelain sink with a drainboard. The sconce is a reproduction that looks appropriate to the era. Other details that come from the time the home was built (if not necessarily for a Victorian house in the city) include wide-plank chestnut floors and the tongue and groove ceiling.