a pantry compensates for the lack of wall
cabinets. Both the pantry and a small laundry
room beside it may be closed from view by a
barn-style sliding door, hung on a black-painted steel track. A copper warehouse light
by Baselite hangs in front of the door.
on the other side of a glass door.
Housing cabinetry in the pantry allowed
for a maximum of glass above the kitchen
counters, where cupboards might have
blocked light and views. Both the pantry and
the compact laundry room may be closed
from view by a barn-style sliding door.
The flow of the space, the warmth of
the wood, and the simple, solid barn sensibility all combine to create a kitchen that
feels especially good to live in. Standing
at the sink, drenched in morning light,
Conklin can look out at her zinnias, watch
(even hear) deer chewing apples under
old fruit trees, or catch a glimpse of a red-tailed hawk swooping down over the field.
The nurturing she feels in this harmony
between the built and the natural environment embodies what is at the heart of
Milford Cushman’s approach to design —
“the sacredness of everyday spaces.”
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