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    Crown Molding (SE-CM4)


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    Cove molding 4"W * 96"L -WOOD


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      Product Model SE-CM4
      The banquette table, designed to seat eight, is large at 7⅓  feet by 2⅓ feet. The granite slab tabletop weighs 350 pounds. The unusual and strongly graphic granite, called Marinace, was Palda’s pick. “She was hoping we would use it — it is a fairly outrageous countertop,” Awes says. “It looks like it was made of rocks or boulders that have been sliced.” While he admits he was dubious at first, Awes now says, “I ended up loving it. It looks like a riverbed in a way. Because we had a fairly limited palette, we needed some texture somewhere, and that really helped.” The granite also was used as countertop material for the long counter under the window bank, the counters flanking the range, and for the top and legs of a freestanding console.One of the trickiest and more technical elements in the kitchen is the table’s leg structure, which is Awes’ custom design. “Most tables in booths have a center post because you would bump into any legs set at the edge,” he says. “We needed table legs to allow people to slide in.” The base Awes designed has six 1¼-inch-diameter steel legs connected in a zigzag pattern with crossbars that can fold, allowing the legs to be repositioned  beneath the table. “The table can be used in different configurations,” Awes says, and two or three people can pull up chairs at the open end. “She had seen another kitchen we’d done, and it had red cabinets in it,” Awes says. “She wanted red cabinets.” Awes gave them to her in spades, from the refrigerator wall to the cooktop wall, up and over the doorway to the window. The high-gloss, flawless finish of the custom cabinets comes courtesy of thermofoil. “They are very easy to clean and wipe off fingerprints,” Awes says. The tomato-red Campbell’s Soup Can print was Palda’s — “a terrific piece of kitchen art,” Awes says. Palda’s mother had six ovens and frequently had them going all at once. Palda “sees that as the ideal,” Awes says, but “was willing to pull back to four” — a two-oven Wolf range plus two wall ovens. Other appliances include an in-drawer microwave, a dishwasher and “a big, beautiful, gorgeous refrigerator,” Awes says. There’s no prep sink, but a single 30-inch-wide stainless steel sink suffices. Range: Wolf; range hood: Vent-A-Hood; microwave: Sharp; double ovens: Viking