Should 1913 feet under counter be straight or curved? photo...
Is that a silly question? Every time I see a pre-1920's real photo of a kitchen I don't see the curved feet on the kitchen furniture and I'm having fun being as period-accurate (within reason) as possible.
In some kitchens back then they actually had built-ins below and above - in craftsman houses. In those cases they have no feet and tend to just have a lot of straight, clean lines. Just molding beneath if even that (flush kickplate - if that's the correct term) w/ inset doors.
What to do... Anyone have a clue? I'll attach a pic of my kitchen as it is now. The upper cabinets are original.
p.s. Here are some fun pics by the way, if you're into similarly old houses:
Here is a link that might be useful: My kitchen (the pot rack and light will be replaced w/ 1 light)