Example of a minimalist eat-in kitchen design in Boston with dark wood cabinets and quartz countertops

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Modern Kitchen, Boston

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babypucca wrote:July 14, 2013
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    7 years ago
    "Better" depends upon the values of the decision maker. Both are very similar when durability and maintenance are considered. When the chance of any radon is removed, the use of recycled materials, and the aesthetics, the tables start to tilt in favor of the quartz product.
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