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Lori

The island doesn’t need seating. There is seating to the left of the island. Love the colors used here—all white with just the right amount of contrasting color.

   
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Mary Roughan

This is lovely. Who is the vendor for the brass lights over the island. I have a two-tone kitchen great room with natural and cordovan mixed-height cabinets and only wish to change the lights. (lights now are black iron} Thank you.

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