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    Corbel (SE-CBL11)


    $213.44/ Piece


    6"W * 4-1/2"D * 11"H


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      Product Model SE-CBL11
      AFTER: The wall came down, making way for a large kitchen island with storage and seating. To fit in that island, the designers extended the kitchen by about 3 feet. The space expands out to the left and is lined with windows. This small change meant that the courtyard lost some of its footprint and that the home inched closer to a cluster of palm trees that the client had planted with her late husband. To preserve the trees, the construction crew hand-dug the new foundation. A steel beam was added in the ceiling to support the open space. They also learned upon demolition that the room lacked support in other places, so a second beam was added to ensure that it was solid. “It took a couple of site visits from the engineer, but in the end everything looks seamless,” Hallett says.The new design packs in lots of storage space, thanks to built-in cabinets that have swing-out shelves and pullout trays for easy access. A patterned tile backsplash stretches over the stove. To avoid cutting into the backsplash, the design team installed angled power strips into the bottoms of the upper cabinets. “We didn’t want to interrupt the expanse of beautiful backsplash tile with the power outlets,” Powell says. These spots can also hide USB ports, cable connectors and switches. Another hidden feature is the exhaust hood above the stove. “We built a soffit above the cabinets just deep enough to conceal the duct,” Hallett says. “Once the cabinets and their crown molding were installed, the soffit completely disappeared.”Paint by Sherwin-Williams: Shoji White (walls), Pure White (trim) and Futon (cabinets); ceiling paint: Horizon, Benjamin Moore; island paint: custom; cabinet hardware: Revitalize collection, Amerock; countertop: Minuet, Viatera; double-bowl sink: Elkay; faucet, soap dispenser and garbage disposal switch: Rosolina, California Faucets; Orchard Park pendant lighting and sconces: Hudson Valley; backsplash: Tuileries collection, Walker Zanger; counter-depth refrigerator: KitchenAid; electric range: Electrolux AFTER: The kitchen extends into the previous breakfast area, as do the paint colors, molding and built-in cabinets. French doors now stand in place of windows, allowing more light to flood in. The designers cut down to the floor and had the door custom-built to fit the space.