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Siegel Kitchen 1 traditional-kitchen

Siegel Kitchen 1

Project Features: Custom Wood Hood with Fluted Pilasters; Custom Island with Beadboard and Art for Everyday # F-1 Turned Posts; Wood Mullion & Clear Beveled Glass Doors

Cabinets: Honey Brook Custom Cabinets in Cherry Wood with Colonial Finish; Voyager (Full Overlay) Door Style with C-2 Lip

Countertops: 3cm Bianco Romano Granite with Double Pencil Round Edge (Kitchen Perimeter) and Ogee Edge (Island)

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March 17, 2014
donnacit wrote:
Love the stools. Can you tell me where they come from?
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Hi Donna,
Unfortunately not. They were purchased by customer.
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