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Kitchen Transom Window.


I still owe y’all a follow up post regarding the details of the front fireplace, but I couldn’t wait to share our newly installed kitchen transom window. We had this transom window hand crafted by a local artisan, Denise Feeney of Stained Glass Unlimited, and she did a stunning job! This new window perfectly matches the patterning of the original windows in the front of the home; pulling old and new fully together in the kitchen, the heart of our home. This lovely sight is imbued with a deep sense of peaceful belonging, of being home.


Below: For reference to see just how perfectly our new window matches the originals, please see photos of the front original transoms below.






Love and hugs,


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