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The furniture-style island provides display space and connects this kitchen with the natural tones found throughout the lakefront home.
A local stainless-steel manufacturer made the ladder and rails that provide access to upper cabinetry, where rarely used items are stored.
This appliance-packed kitchen functions like a much bigger space -- and doesn't feel cramped.
Maple countertops cap a golden pear-wood apron on this vanity, and horizontally grained English sycamore hides the sink plumbing. Dual-tone pao ferro -- also known as Brazilian rosewood -- lends distinction to a stacked-drawer divider that separates the sinks.
Identical doors on either side make the soaking tub this room's focal point, and a weathered beam acts as a visual bridge between the enclosures.
With only 100 square feet, these homeowners thought they couldn't have all the amenities of a luxurious bath. But bath designer Marina Phillips knew it was possible -- with a well-planned layout.
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