After four years, designer Harmony Weihs, principal of designHarmony, had enough. The kitchen in her 1963, midcentury-modern home located in the Seattle suburb of Kirkland had not been updated since it was first built. That meant that the home’s seven-foot kitchen ceilings, electric cooktop stove, original linoleum flooring, Formica counters, tile backsplash, and wood cabinets—“which were literally falling off the hinges,” she says— were still intact . . . barely. “It was so cramped,” says Weihs. “There just wasn’t any space to do anything in the kitchen besides cook.”

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