In this dramatic transformation, designer Charlie Coull overhauls a closed-off Victorian kitchen and turns it into an open-concept space ideal for entertaining.

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  1. Candis Carnegie

    Love the kitchen! I would not want stains to set in on my counter. That is not my idea on how my family can create memories. I am also not a fan of patina. I would definitely have treated countertops and a lacquered brass faucet and handles.

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  2. Judy Besse

    Loved everything except those two pictures…one was of different knives and it looks like the other one was of a pig's body….will go back and rewatch to make sure I wasn't seeing things lol

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  3. saki maki

    Imagine a spider hiding inside that cabinet cup handle and you go for it with your fingers….:-O

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  4. Hanna Del Rosario

    Can we see the rest of the house? I love her design! ❤

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  5. Alexandra Gavrilidis

    Easily one of my favourite kitchens I’ve seen on H&H – AMAZING job Charlie! 😍

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  6. Kugel

    Can you do a feature and include the price please even just an estimate for each part

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  7. Ignacio Martínez Argüello

    What I like the most about this project… is the designer. She is a doll and did a fantastic job!

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  8. ME-Tube Your Space!

    NICE BLCK AND WHITE COMBO WITH A TOUGH OF NUDE COLOR SHELVES.

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  9. CatWhiskey7

    Well done. All the cabinets are black yet it's still "light and airy". The brass was a really good choice. Very nice!

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  10. yushi911

    I think black and brass is really classic and elegant. The walnut warm the room. But i wonder would it be very dark on cloudy day?

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  11. Romano Gitano

    ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Exquisite home decor plus transformation………..Abrazos

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  12. Beautifully African

    The brass and the black are a beautiful combination. Loves that you used walnut instead of a dark wood

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