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    3 Drawers Base Cabinet (AW-DB24-3)


    $572.4/ Piece


    24"W * 24"D * 34-1/2"H


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      Product Model AW-DB24-3
      AFTER: Jorgensen reoriented the kitchen to accommodate a massive 13-foot island that seats five people comfortably. He also doubled the storage from their previous kitchen.  Floor-to-ceiling cabinets were planned for the window wall. But when construction began, the Siartos discovered the soffit couldn’t be removed because it contained vital ductwork. Allie didn’t want to have cabinets hanging at different heights, so they reworked the plan to include open shelving.  “It turned out better than it would have with all cabinets,” she says. “This way it’s not so heavy.”The Siartos originally thought they’d put a desk under the window where the sink used to be, but Allie’s mom, a librarian, suggested a window seat for reading, and the idea stuck. “It ended up becoming the perfect spot and gets a lot more use than if it were a desk,” Allie says. Floating shelves: Lack, Ikea; faucet: Parma single handle, Danze AFTER:  Removing the wall to the left brought in more natural light. Argonne forest oak flooring acts as a neutral anchor for the new palette.The Siartos chose Arctic White Corian for the island countertop because they couldn’t find a single slab of quartz or granite over 10 feet long, and they wanted a seamless look. “It actually worked out. Corian is less expensive and looks really nice,” Allie says. “We’ve had smashed blueberries and spilled wine on there, and it always looks clean.” When the couple moved in, Allie says she got a little crazy with color and painted the dining room bamboo green, other rooms blue and so on, to the point where she was sick of seeing color. “I was overwhelmed and tired of colors,” she says. “I wanted everything to be white and clean, then I could put up colorful artwork.” Dark cabinets on the island, dark chairs, gray Marengo quartz counters on the perimeter and matte subway tile with warm gray grout for the backsplash set off the white just enough. The cabinet shells are from Ikea, but the Siartos ordered custom Shaker fronts that their painter finished onsite. Cabinet fronts: Semihandmade; island cabinet paint: Cracked Pepper, Behr; perimeter cabinet paint: Alabaster, Sherwin-Williams; chairs: Phoenix in carbon gray (24 inches), CB2; lights: Luna in antique black, Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co.; flooring: Shaw Floors