Refrigerator End Panel (CS-RRP96)
Refrigerator panel 96"L * 24"W
Price ( Piece ):
- Product Model CS-RRP96
“The nook was really important — we have lots of kids coming and going constantly, and kids love banquette seating,” the designer says. The eat-in area takes advantage of the expanse of windows, and the family love to eat, read and work on their laptops here. Horizontal tongue-and-groove paneling ties the area to the mudroom and adds a beach-house touch. Pillows bring in brighter colors. Jules designed the wood table herself and fashioned the light fixture from a shade she’d ordered for a client that arrived dented. She bought a pendant light kit and wrapped the wire and canopy in twine. She then continued the twine around the shade, which camouflaged the dent and added a subtle nautical touch. Her husband owns a commercial furniture business in New York City, and she found these chairs while poking through his library. “When I saw that they were white on the inside and light gray on the outside, I knew they were perfect for this room,” she says. Also, because they are commercial-grade, they can take a lot of beach-house abuse. Jules Duffy Designs
“I knew I needed upper cabinet space, but I wanted to balance the windows on the other wall with a sense of openness,” Jules says. She kept a few open shelves backed with the subway tile backsplash rather than adding a third cabinet along this wall. Refrigerator: Bosch Jules Duffy Designs
The shelves are a great place to display accessories, adding texture and color. The breadbox is a beloved piece the designer has had “forever,” she says. It is always too tall to fit into cabinets, so she planned this space to fit it on the counter. The family keep their bread in it. The three-tiered pastry rack has three favorite antique purple transferware plates, which hold fresh goods from the bakery during breakfast or veggies from the farmers market.