A Kitchen Remodel Leads to the Whole House

A Kitchen Remodel Leads to the Whole House

Jess Watson
Feb 25, 2010

After the death of three major kitchen appliances, Deborah Bishop and her husband Michael Lieberman embarked on a kitchen remodel. But thanks to a mysterious leak and seven year old twins, the remodel eventually became a full house makeover. With help from Architect Charles de Lisle Workshop, the couple was able to find products and solutions that would finish the "remodel to end all remodels."

The kitchen features Seattle-based Henrybuilt cabinetry, a Moroccan tile backsplash, a Shaws Original handmade fireclay sink and a Calcutta marble countertop. Other updates throughout the house including cutting through a wall to provide seven year old Wes with a bedroom connected to the rest of the house and new built-in bookcases in the master bedroom. Beyond this, we love that the home is filled with paintings, books, children's toys and character.

The Dwell article is a fun read and in an un-UnHappy Hipster fashion features photos with people smiling and laughing.

(Image credits: Leslie Williamson / Dwell Magazine)

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