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bendbarr

thanks!

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Jesse Ellis

Sorry, but the open shelving looks quaint, but we know it catches all of the dust and oils that develop in a working kitchen. Also, there is no way those bar stools are comfortable for more that a couple of minutes. From my standpoint, this is a kitchen for photo-ops, not a clean, working kitchen.

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doodle69

Beautiful and simple.


   

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