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Kelsey Grose of Farmer's Daughter Interiors creates a hardworking space for a busy family.
When your kitchen is the most high-traffic area of your home, you’re going to get a few rush-hour jams now and then. But rather than endure the chaos, one busy Saskatchewan family reached out to Kelsey Grose of Farmer’s Daughter Interiors to help redirect the morning traffic and bring some calm back to breakfast.
With the addition of this soothing prep kitchen—all warm wood details paired with Benjamin Moore’s Carolina Gull green—the teens now have their own space to make smoothies or pull together the day’s lunch on the clean quartz counters while staying visually connected to the rest of the fam through the charming arched doorway.
This story was originally published in the September 2023 print issue of Western Living.
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