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A Chef's Work Triangle

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Cameron's new kitchen features an open, L-shaped layout. A smaller, more efficient work triangle allows Cameron to move easily about the room as she prepares meals. A large island features a dishwasher, sink, cutting board and prep area. While the island's cherry cabinetry features an heirloom black finish, the perimeter cherry cabinetry uses a nutmeg coffee glaze to lighten up the room. Porcelain tile flooring that connects the kitchen and living areas also keeps the look and feel of this room light.

 

Sea Pointe Construction
Irvine, CA
www.seapointe.com

 
 

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