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AFTER: Now the room — 34 feet long and about 15 feet wide — runs from the east side of the house to the west. To complement the linear space, Finne added two custom surfaces: an island and a dining table. The doors at the west end of the room offer views of Puget Sound. Finne custom designed and fabricated the island and the dining table, as well as the stools and light fixture brackets. The island and the dining table were milled from the same elm tree; the owner likes to stand at this end of the island and say she can see all the way up the tree. This photo shows the size of the trough sink in the island and how much can be stored on the shelf below. The custom sink is 41 by 12 inches and made of stainless steel. “The sink allows two people to work side by side, and it is also great for parties — you put ice in the trough and fill it with bottled drinks,” Finne says.On the island the slot between the two pieces of elm wood is filled with limestone. On the dining table, this slot has been left open.