I finally moved my stove back in the kitchen. We also decided to locate the Hoosier Cabinet next to the stove on the west wall rather than the south wall as origionally planned. We comprimised. I wanted an eat-in kitchen with an eating table. We will have the small farmhouse style table on the south wall. We have tried our best to make the kitchen period-like to the house. The house was built in 1915. The stove was made between 1915-1919. I bought it at Buckeye Antiques and Appliance in Stockton California. They do fabulous restorations on antique stoves. See my link to their website. The Hoosier Cabinet is a 1917 reproduction made by an Amish man in Pennsylvania. The sink begs the look of the 1910-1925 period. The beadboard was widely used back then in working rooms that got alot of use such as farmhouse kitchens, boarding house kitchens, bathrooms and industrial applications. We still need to add window trim, door trim, baseboards, and crown moulding.