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  • Catherine Walker

    Love the wood beams and the cabinet color!

  • House Beautiful Magazine

    With old waxed ceiling beams, pale honey wall plaster, and French and Italian antiques, a new kitchen takes on the mellow glow of age. Design: Fern Santini

  • Leah McKenzie

    CABINET COLOR... Grey Green Designer Fern Santini painted new kitchen cabinets with Benjamin Moore's Nantucket Gray, then treated them with a custom sienna glaze. Backsplash tiles are Torquemada Diamonds by Ann Sacks; lanterns are 18th-century Portuguese. Santini chose Sanford stools by Minton-Spidell for their sturdiness.

  • Kimberly Severns

    Love the exposed beams!

  • Francene Kelly

    beamed ceiling, range hood, lanterns...

  • Shavar Lawson

    kitchen designs

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