Azalea Cottage - Kitchen beach-style-kitchen
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Azalea Cottage - Kitchen Beach Style Kitchen, Grand Rapids

A neutral background is a great place to start when you're after high impact color. And the Sullivan Work Island really defines the style of the casual kitchen. This Saugatuck home overlooking the Kalamazoo River was featured in Coastal Living's March 2015 Color Issue!
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Enclosed kitchen - mid-sized beach style l-shaped medium tone wood floor enclosed kitchen idea in Grand Rapids with an undermount sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, granite countertops, white backsplash, ceramic backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island — Houzz

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Sally Rollinson wrote:
What is the source for the Sullivan Work Island?
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What would the price be for this piece?

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The price is $5200

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stscsf wrote:
what is the material on the top of the table? - is the top marble? Is there a finish on the wood?
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It's a zinc top island with a natural wood finish. Unfortunately this item has been discontinued.

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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Sam Ferris added this to Kitchen Confidential: 11 Islands With Furniture Style
4. Work island. Currey & Co.’s Sullivan work island gave designer Gwen DeBruyn of Bayberry Cottage the casual yet upscale look she wanted for her kitchen. “We knew we wanted a furniture piece and had purposefully stayed away from the typical kitchen island,” she says. DeBruyn says she overcame the piece’s lack of cabinets with mindful planning throughout the rest of her cottage-style kitchen. She used the shelf on the turned-leg base for colorful accessories that contrast the kitchen’s white cabinets and backsplash.

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Sharon Casagranda added this to kitchen ideas
any table can be made higher with the addition on the bottom

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