This contemporary kitchen is housed in a 1920s warehouse building. The structure has colorful history throughout the years as a pool hall, night club, grocery store, and even a church.
A galley kitchen layout is open to the great room, yet the island provides a clear demarcation between cooking and living/dining.
The Southern Delite Cafe sign on the far brick wall was discovered in a trash pile on the property. The restaurant occupied the building for 10 years, starting in 1961.
New openings were made in the old building to encourage good flow between the kitchen and the brand-new garden.