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    Pantry Cabinet Double Door (CS-PC3684)


    $1198.2/ Piece


    36"W * 24"D * 84"H


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      Product Model CS-PC3684
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      In Japan, artificial stone seems to be moving out of the way for materials like quartz and ceramics. “Our hottest one for next year is durable ceramic panel [shown here], originally developed as an exterior material,” says Imai of Kitchen House. Stainless steel also is a popular countertop material for the Japanese. In an informal Houzz Japan poll, stainless steel was the No. 1 chosen material for kitchen countertops. “People tend to choose it in order to give a cool and sharp image to the space, not only because of its durability and heat resistance,” Imai says. ROM architecture studio

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