Mt. Baker Park Kitchen

Built in 1923, this kitchen was remodeled in the 1980s, but the design paid no homage to the character of the Seattle home. The kitchen felt very dark and closed in, there was minimal surface space for cooking or daily kitchen tasks, and there was very little storage.

The new kitchen remodel features more efficient design, storage and visual interest. Attention to detail (and longevity) was given to material selection including the eye-catching backsplash tiles. It was very important to make the patterns line up exactly as well as find a tile that wasn’t in a ‘trendy’ shape or something that would go out of style.

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