SFB In Ann Arbor

ldquoWe talked aboutnbspthings we could add to make the kitchen be real a fridge that worked running waterrdquo says Briggs ldquoWe talked about how the kitchen would have to be presentday but in the family for generations They updated things as they broke so we had an old fridge a new stove a mish mash of the history and the newrdquo says Briggs who researched highend kitchens and decided on a ldquodistinctive turquoisey sea greenrdquo for the cabinets which the shop painted on

“We talked about things we could add to make the kitchen be real, a fridge that worked, running water,” says Briggs. “We talked about how the kitchen would have to be present-day but in the family for generations. They updated things as they broke, so we had an old fridge, a new stove, a mish mash of the history and the new,” says Briggs, who researched high-end kitchens and decided on a “distinctive turquoise-y sea green” for the cabinets, which the shop painted on unfinished oak. 

(University of Michigan production of SFB.)

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