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Clever Islands

Chef Central

"With its airy feel, this space is a sharp contrast from the original kitchen, a tight and limited area. The homeowners desired a large, open, efficient space with designated areas to bake, cook and gather. By initially eliminating walls that formed a walk-in pantry and relocating an exterior door, the room immediately became more spacious. Custom features include hidden electrical outlets, a cabinet for the mixer and a second sink to serve as a bake center, prep center and bar."

"The island cabinetry echoes the green walls and is topped with a dramatic imported Iroko wood countertop by Spekva. A Viking cooktop makes the island the kitchen's cooking center."

 

Designer: Susan Lund
Spacial Design
San Anselmo, California
www.spacialdesign.com

 
 
 

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