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Kitchen efficiency in tight quarters.

Space efficiency tempered by a look of the past is the idea here. Owners Kathy Caraher and Tom Pickford wanted their 11-foot-square kitchen to have modern appliances but still keep within the tradition of their 66-year-old bungalow.

At one end of the C-shaped counter, a 30- by 66-inch peninsula holds a down-vented cooktop. At the other, an oven and microwave angle across a corner.

The cooktop peninsula separates the kitchen from a small shed-roofed eating area created by knocking out a wall that separated a former laundry.
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Date:May 1, 1985
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