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    1 Door 1 Drawer Base Cabinet (SE-B21)


    $310.48/ Piece


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


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      Product Model SE-B21
      Choose the Same Countertop and Backsplash MaterialDesigner: Brad Ramsey Location: Franklin, TennesseeSize: 120 square feet (11.1 square meters); 10 by 12 feet (3 by 3.6 meters)Homeowners’ request: Remove three columns, replace laminate countertops and old cabinets, add new appliances and create a “modern Parisian loft” theme. Space-saving style: “Using the same marble on both the counters and the backsplash makes the space feel larger and less busy,” designer Brad Ramsey says. “Also, grounding the base cabinets in black and then doing the uppers in white to match the walls gives the space a more open feel.”Other special features: New cabinets with soft-close drawers and pullout corner storage. An undercounter microwave keeps the counters free of clutter. Brass finishes. 3. Skip Upper CabinetsDesigner: Gabriela Gargano of Grisoro DesignsLocation: Manhattan, New YorkSize: 120 square feet (11.1 square meters)Homeowner’s request: Bring better flow to a poorly laid-out space and create a larger island with seating.Space-saving style: Custom cabinets with smart, efficient storage allowed the homeowner to skip upper cabinets and go with open shelves for a lighter feel. Moving the refrigerator to the other side of the room helped open the workspace. Other special features: Glass tile backsplash in herringbone pattern. Olympian marble countertops. Brass pulls and shelf rods. “Uh-oh” moment: “One of the more challenging issues we encountered in this space was how to have a full 10-inch overhang for seating at the island without inhibiting the swing of the patio door,” general contractor Jonathan Eklund says. “After some real deliberation, we made a judgment call to vary the depth of the top from one end to the other.  This was a risky move, as I wasn’t sure how it would play out. However, having installed dozens of banjo tops in bathrooms in the past, I had a pretty good idea that it would work. The client was thrilled with the result, and no function has been sacrificed to accommodate.” Also on the team: Ecostruct (designer and general contractor); Regan Wood PhotographyCountertop: Olympian marble in honed finish; backsplash: 3-by-9-inch smoked glass tile, Artistic Tile; cabinets: custom, in satin finish; cabinet hardware: bar pulls in brushed brass, Lewis Dolin; shelf hangers: long rod in brass, Nova Display; lighting: bare bulb in white and brass, Schoolhouse Electric & Supply; range hood: Luxair; range: Wolf; faucet: Artesso in polished finish, Brizo; wall paint: Intense White in eggshell finish, Benjamin Moore; cabinet paint: Gauntlet Gray in satin finish, Sherwin-WilliamsSee more of this homeMoreMake the Most of a Compact Kitchen10 Things You Didn’t Think Would Fit in a Small Kitchen8 Narrow Kitchen Islands With Function to Spare