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often when entertaining an expanding group
Campbell-King designed the shell of
the space as two opposing window walls.
Along the eastern wall, she placed two sets of
8-foot-tall French doors that lead to the new
veranda and enhance the play of light in the
room. Along the west wall, she designed a distinctive bay window that mimics the house’s
originals while emphasizing the inspiring view
of the farmland and sunsets. A butler’s pantry was rebuilt in the southwest corner of the
wing, essentially in the same area as the original butler’s pantry, where it still provides a
connection to the formal dining room, which
is also now accessible via a corridor alongside
the new French doors.
The 16-by-22-foot kitchen is designed
around two parallel 11-foot-long islands
that provide work surfaces and buffet areas.
Despite their heft and central location, they
are strategically placed to accommodate traf-
the new entry functions as a mudroom with
built-ins for storage, a built-in bench for taking off
boots, hooks for dog leashes, hats, coats, and bags,
a bluestone tile floor, and a Dutch door.