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    30" Height Single Door Wall Cabinet (AW-W1230)


    $169.8/ Piece


    12"W * 30"H * 12"D


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      Product Model AW-W1230
      Gross demolished a small wall to the right of the refrigerator (and to the left of the brick fireplace back) to expand the space. The opening also balances the entrance on the other side of the fireplace. She splurged on the pair of beguiling mirrors (even at 40 percent off) and the brass faucet. She saved about 60 percent off retail by going with appliances from a scratch-and-dent sale. She also got a big designer discount on the lighting.Gross’ budget didn’t accommodate a tile backsplash, so she got creative with a $55 wall stencil and some gray paint to apply detailing above the sink and the stove. “As a designer, I have always embraced ornament and embellishment, even though I was trained as a minimalist,” she says. Mirrors: Anthropologie; Shibori Japanese wall stencil: Royal Design Studio Stencils; Trinsic pull-down faucet in Champagne Bronze: Delta via FaucetDirect.com; Domsjö sink: Ikea; Leighton chandeliers: Candelabra The new floor combines hundreds of pieces of  cut plywood in a geometric pattern. Gross says she spent only about $1 per square foot for the material. Her inspiration was a post by Mandi Gubler on her DIY blog, Vintage Revivals. Siren Spaces carpenter Carmen Draper had to buy a special saw to make all the required oddball 60-degree cuts. Draper punched up the pattern even more by adding contrast to adjacent segments. Some are left natural, while others are tinted with white paint, and the darker triangles had a strategic run-in with a blow torch. “When you take a blow torch to wood and lightly run it over the surface, the grain of the wood pops out like tiger stripes,” Gross says.  Each piece is face-nailed with small brass nails to the new three-quarters-inch subfloor. Each dotted nailhead delightfully enhances the floor pattern. Five layers of polyurethane provide a defensive top finish.Carpentry: Carmen Draper and Mike Lawrence of Siren Spaces