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    3 Drawers Base Cabinet (SE-DB21-3)


    $538.48/ Piece


    21"W * 24"D * 34-1/2"H


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      Product Model SE-DB21-3
      Who uses it: A young couple with two small children.What goes on here: A lot of cooking and baking, plus playing with Legos, drawing, doing homework and watching TV.Splurges and savings: The homeowners saved by reusing their original appliances purchased a couple years earlier and splurged on a wine refrigerator and the flooring design. The nitty-gritty: Walls: 4-by-4 inch white tile; floor: Tres Grises, Mosaicos; countertops: Quartz Silestone Pulsar (perimeter), Black Absolute granite, leathered finish (island), B&B Formica; stools: Sleek stool, Wisteria; island pendants: Willamette, Schoolhouse Electric; wink wall lights: Isaac sconce, Schoolhouse Electric; hardware: Schoolhouse Electric; shelving brackets: Rejuvenation; cabinet paint color: Cinder, Benjamin Moore Team: Mark Seef of Trademark Development (general contractor); Kenrose Kitchen Kabinets; Jake Moreland of Two Birds Photography “Uh-oh” moment: Originally, Kennedy designed the kitchen window to sit below opaque upper cabinets and above the counter to offer a view to the homeowner while they sit at the table. “But while the framing was going on we realized that what you really saw was the building next door — not much of a view,” he says. He realized that if they raised the window height, then the homeowner would be able to see the famous Space Needle observation tower. But while the homeowner was able to do without the upper cabinets because she doesn’t cook often, she still needed some additional storage. Open shelves that hang from the ceiling provide the right amount of storage while keeping the space feeling open. Splurges and savings: The homeowner splurged on the sliding doors that lead outside, integral color in the concrete and radiant heat in the floor.The nitty-gritty: Knotty alder cabinets: custom, Kaiser Woodworks; shelf: custom, MRJ Contractors; counters: London Grey, Caesarstone; faucet: Danze Parma pre-rinse; sink: 33-inch brushed stainless steel, Ariel; dishwasher: 24-inch Trifecta, Jenn-Air; paint: Cloud White, Benjamin MooreTeam: Sundberg Kennedy Ly‐Au Young Architects and Graham Baba Architects; Lesley Bain (urban design; Wing‐Yee Leung (project manager); Jeremy Imhoff (project architect); Tim Myhr, Carlos Lopes, Myra Lara and Caroline Brown (project team); MA Wright, Mike Wright, Megan Isbell (structural engineering); Brian Gibson, Steve Booth and Tony Vongdara of MRJ Constructors, (contractor); FIX, Shannon Loew (project management);