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“The windows were much smaller in the original plans,” Graver says. “We turned the process on its head and planned the fixtures and fittings first, before redesigning the windows around the kitchen, to ensure the room has a sense of symmetry.” Built-in floor-to-ceiling cabinets between the windows conceal a fridge-freezer, as well as storage to ensure clutter is kept out of sight. The burnt-oak flooring — used throughout the house — is another practical solution. It conceals cozy underfloor heating for when the temperature dips. “I wanted to introduce a subtle nautical theme in the kitchen, and the [range] hood was a natural fit,” explains Graver. The bowed canopy echoes the lines of a boat hull; it was made using a traditional ribbing technique used in shipbuilding. The stainless steel lining is durable and practical. The extensive tongue and groove paneling throughout the kitchen is a further nod to the nautical theme but also effortlessly pulls the look back to its beach-house heritage.