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Harvard Street traditional-kitchen

Harvard Street

View from inside the kitchen shows the new dining table placement. This space feels much more open with the refrigerator moved to the back of the kitchen. Inset black tiles in the columns complement the decorative backsplash.

John Horner

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September 27, 2012
harwichport wrote:
What is the width of this kitchen. Counter yo counter?
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The counter to counter dimension is 36", which is the tightest dimension that I would use in any kitchen. As a galley kitchen, it is a very enjoyable space to work in with almost 24" of counter to either each side of both the sink and stove. This kitchen width works well for one person. With two people, there may be some bumping into one another.
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