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Cottage Character

AFTER: Moving the sink area to the underutilized bay window (in the background of before photo) opened up better layout possibilities for the kitchen. A traffic-blocking peninsula (not pictured) was replaced by a slim, but sized-right island. Airy, soothing colors and materials that lighten the overall look (white cabinets, Crema Marfil perimeter countertops, maple on the island, white subway tiles, and stainless steel) are classic choices that are durable enough to stand daily use and the test of time.

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