The Beautiful Rohweder Farmhouse, Burlington, WA. Family members in group portrait in front of Rohweder farmhouse, circa 1916. The farmhouse and barn were destroyed in the 1960s when I-5 was built through the property. The Farm was north of Burlington between the Interurban rail line and the Great Northern (later Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad.) Craftsman style two story house.
Shallow floor-to-ceiling pantries - an efficient use of an interior wall, where you can't have a window anyway. By limiting the depth to just 6 to 9 inches, you are forced to line up your dry goods in a single row, making everything easier to find.