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roxieks

Yes, use a professionals for your project. In the long run it will save money and time. I don't like to see all the islands with seating on the opposite work area. I would rather see it as a table height at the end of the island allowing for more storage on both sides of the island with the complete island area for work space without sink/cooktop/dishwasher. As we age the counter height eating area can contribute to falls descending from those bar stools. If the island is 2 or 3 ft wide, 3 people can have a cup of coffee and visit comfortably; if 4 ft wide at least 4 people can sit comfortably. If this is sturdy, excellent height for rolling out cookies or pie crust too.

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Studio Dearborn

Thank you for featuring our project, Rebecca!

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Boss Design Center

General contractors have the resources and talent to assume full responsibility for remodeling and renovation projects. By choosing a licensed general contractor, you protect your investment and safety because the work will be completed up to code, on schedule, and on budget by someone who knows how to handle both small and large jobs.

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