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    Crown Molding (CS-CM4R)


    $158.5/ Piece


    Cove molding 4"W/R * 96"L -WOOD


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      Product Model 158.5
      AFTER: The existing narrow doorway and wall were completely removed, so now the kitchen and dining room enjoy better access and flow.The kitchen sink was kept in the same spot, but the range was shifted about 6 inches away from its original location. “It just made sense to keep the sink were it was,” Brewer says. “It certainly saves you money to not have to move it. But shifting the range gives more counter prep space between sink and range and more storage.”The old ceramic tile on the floor was replaced with glazed porcelain 12-by-24-inch gray tiles. “Glazed porcelain is very durable and easy to clean, and the size was a bit different than they had before,” Brewer says. “The gray color also ties in to the backsplash.”The kitchen’s warm gray crackled ceramic tile backsplash features handmade tiles that offer a nice variation in color and texture.Backsplash: Sonoma Tilemakers; duel-fuel four-burner range: Wolf; vent hood: Zephyr; cabinetry: door style Breckenridge in white II, no glaze, Showplace Wood Products; cabinetry hardware: oil-rubbed bronze, Amerock; dining room chandelier: West Elm Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B

      A shallow upper cabinet for knife storage with another shallow cabinet below for storage of cork trivets was added to the right of the dishwasher, with an existing chimney stack behind it. The chimney stack ran from the basement, where the furnace is located, through the kitchen and upstairs into the master bedroom. The brick structure was dismantled to gain space, but was still needed for venting. Running a vent pipe from the furnace through the kitchen and disguising it with the shallow cabinetry was a smart cosmetic and functional solution. The sand-colored quartz counters with an eased and polished edge were chosen for their durability and color. “We did a combination of sand and beige with gray tones in this kitchen, so you have a balance of these neutrals,” Brewer says. “The combination of the gray and beige is more interesting than picking one or the other.”Counters: polished quartz in Sahara, Pental Granite & Marble Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B

      The lower cabinet contains a concealed beverage center. “They like to entertain a lot, and having additional space for beverages was important,” Brewer says. “Because this is such a long galley kitchen with the main refrigerator located on one end, it was nice to have this beverage center located by the dining room.”This location also keeps guests out of the main work zone of the kitchen. The couple have a separate bar area around the corner, where they store glasses and other entertaining essentials.Beverage center: U-Line