Classic Coastal Colonial Renovation - the Kitchen DeskTraditional Home Office, Newark
The desk area in the kitchen serves as a perfect spot to leave messages and important information. Magnetic primer and chalkboard paint make a great backsplash and the built-in cabinetry blend seamlessly with the rest of the kitchen.
Photo by Mike Mroz of Michael Robert Construction
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