Kitchens We Love

Inside the Kitchen of Mary Cusick and Dave Wible in German Village

By / Photography By Maria Khoroshilova | December 01, 2016
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A quiet afternoon inside the kitchen of Mary Cusick and Dave Wible.

Over the years, Mary Cusick and Dave Wible have made renovations to their 1870s German Village home to preserve the historical integrity of the space, including the kitchen. “We use the kitchen for all kinds of family traditions, holidays, Sunday suppers and lots of entertaining,” says Mary. The pockmarked wood floors are original, well-worn by gatherings and visitors past. Mary and Dave chose weathered granite counters, as opposed to a shinier, modern finish, “because that wouldn’t suit the bones of the house,” according to Mary.

“You can see how this isn’t a giant kitchen but Dave is a really accomplished cook and it works. So it’s really functional,” says Mary. “Besides entertaining and hosting, I think that’s the other thing about this kitchen: it has a really warm personality.”

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