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judygilpin

laryan57, I agree.....visions of the 1970's avocado green and harvest gold, not to mention the 1980's mauve & aqua. This kitchen is Pretty now, but will pass as another fad in 5 years.

   
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Nicole

I find the teal fabulous!


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mcbriec

Love the aqua/teal cabinets with the black and white floor!

   

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