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From Mediocre to Medieval

From Mediocre To Medieval After 2
Michael Lowry Photography

Designed to resemble an Old World cooking fireplace, the hearth establishes the castle theme and serves as the new kitchen's focal point. Floor-to-ceiling cultured stone surrounds the gas rangetop and covers the hood liner. A mantel made from reclaimed 200-year-old timber, a tumbled limestone backsplash with brass inlays, a cobblestone arch with keystone, and antique sconces add authenticity and draw attention to the cooking area. See next slide.

 

 


DESIGNER: Rick Caccavello

Central Kitchen & Bath
Winter Park, FL
www.centralkitchen.com

 
 

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