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Words cannot express how horrible kitchen #1 is. Please do not repeat this!

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very beautiful & very inviting to work in.

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It’s the warmth and glow of natural wood that I find so inviting! These are “pre-loved” cabinets that I found on Craig’s list that came to life with some rubbing and oil. So much nicer than sterile white (like I had in my old kitchen).

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