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    2 Doors Vanity (SE-V3021)

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    $310.48/ Piece

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

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      Product Model SE-V3021
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      AFTER: Stein created functional zones within the layout. Here she changed the refrigerator’s placement to open up space for a snack area separate from the main prep area (the countertop and cabinets above the microwave). Small appliances, like the coffeemaker and toaster, will sit atop this counter. All of the dishes and cutlery are stored in the cabinets of the snack zone, while closer to the range, there is plenty of room in cabinets with roll-out shelves for pots and pans. Tip: “Customizing is really important in a small kitchen,” Stein says. You can take the cabinets as high as you want to go and make the most of every inch. You can add pullout drawers and can even add a few extra inches where needed. For example, these clients have oversized plates and chargers, so she made those cabinets deeper than standard size. Backsplash: Metamorphosis, New Ravenna; wall paint: Dewy, Sherwin-Williams; cabinet paint: Snowfall White, Benjamin Moore;  cabinet hardware: Lewis Dolin Decorative Hardware Bar Pull collection; range: 30-inch 3 series self-cleaning dual-fuel, Viking; dishwasher: 24-inch panel-ready, Bosch; drawer microwave: GE; counters: Aquias Blue quartzite, AAA Hellenic Marble “Because this arrangement is not symmetrical, we had to give it balance,” Stein says. One way she did this was via careful placement. For example, there are 6 inches between the refrigerator and the window and 6 more from the window to the vent hood. She designed the vent hood, and the carpenters at Christiana Cabinetry crafted it. A soffit anchors the hood to the surrounding cabinets. When it comes to mixing metals, Stein recommends a two-thirds, one-third rule. Warm polished brass is the dominant finish. “I didn’t want the stainless to overwhelm the room,” she says. She kept the stainless steel items like the range and the microwave at the same level, so that they don’t make the eye jump around. Conversely, the brass extends from floor to ceiling via the stools, hardware, faucets and pendant lights. The counter stools originally came in stainless steel. Stein had them powder coated to match the rest of the brass finishes. Otus stool, custom powder-coated to look like brass: Wayfair; pendant lights: Satellite 1 with polished brass finish and glass shades, Schoolhouse Electric & Supply; refrigerator: Sub-Zero with custom panels by Christiana Cabinetry

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