The biggest challenge in the kitchen was its small space, which was filled with odd angles and a very low ceiling. In fact, the ceiling was just over 82″ tall at its highest point, Berkowitz says.
To make the kitchen feel more open, the team tore out drywall to expose the centuries-old ceiling beams and sodablasted them, a gentler version of sandblasting that used sodium bicarbonate to clean hundreds of years’ worth of debris off of the beams, resulting in a look that’s soft and clean, but still retains its lovely patina.
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