Workshop: Re-Imagining Kitchens in Old and Historic Houses

Remodeling a kitchen can be a challenging and costly endeavor. Renovating a kitchen in an older house can come with even more obstacles and uncertainty. Making sure the design plans are right is critical.

Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation is offering a workshop to help you understand what is involved with a kitchen remodeling/renovation project. The workshop, Re-Imagining Kitchens in Old and Historic Houses, will touch on a variety of kitchen design topics including: assessing needs and function in a modern-era kitchen, tips for embracing troublesome openings and obstacles, choosing a style that is timeless for older- and newer-houses, and more.

Workshop presenter, Julie Graf, has 15 years experience as a Certified Kitchen Designer and is the owner of One of a Kind Design.

The Re-Imagining Kitchens in Old and Historic Houses Workshop will be held on Saturday, February 21, from 10:00 until 11:30 am at the Landmarks Preservation Resource Center (744 Rebecca Avenue, Wilkinsburg). RSVPs for this workshop are appreciated. For more information, or to register, email Mary Lu Denny or call 412-471-5808 ext 527.

Landmarks Preservation Resource Center, 744 Rebecca Avenue, Wilkinsburg, PA