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    Corbel (SE-CBL21)

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    $242.56/ Piece

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    6"W * 4-1/2"D * 21"H

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      Product Model SE-CBL21
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      One other major change the homeowners made to the main floor was to add a bay window and custom seat as part of a bump-out in the dining area. They were created out of what previously  was just a flat wall with a small window. To implement the structural change to the floor joists and the home’s Victorian exterior, they received approval from the Los Gatos Historic Preservation Committee. The bay window was added “to make the space appear larger and lighter, and to add the possibility of a two-person seat at one end when the custom table is extended and pushed up to the bay window banquette,” Martha says. Graphic designer J.W. Fry created the woven portraits of the couple’s daughters in 2006.The custom cerused walnut dining table was inspired by a Calligaris table and was made by John Cortese of Seventh & 7th Designs in San Diego. The extendable table can seat up to 12 when it’s pushed against the bay window seat. “When needed, the table can be extended with two leaves. That is incredible, especially considering the small size of the dining area,” Martha says. “We love to have our friends, neighbors and our teenage daughters’ friends over for meals and parties, so our dining space needed to be able to seat a bigger group. The family’s English springer spaniel, Cody, gets comfortable on the original refinished red oak floors. Cabinet paint: Timber Wolf, Benjamin Moore; range, steam oven and convection oven: Wolf “All of the storage is so well-thought-out that there is a place for everything and then some,” Martha says. “It is so easy to cook, because all of my materials are so easily accessible.” She worked closely with Pamela Pennington on the details, such as having a wood knife holder with prescribed slots, a spice drawer and pullout drawers for fruit and bread.“I’ve been using the kitchen for several months now, and I can honestly say that I have no regrets and that I would not change a thing,” she adds. “The idea was to build my dream kitchen, as I spend the majority of my day in the kitchen and it is the most used space in the house. I wanted it to be exactly how I want it, because we plan to be in this house forever.”

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