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  • Mary-Liz Chapman

    New kitchen remodel!

  • Becky

    Stainless apron sink

  • April Kerwood

    Stainless Farmhouse Sink

  • Vicki Pidgeon

    Turn and Island into a Peninsula Open kitchens encourage interaction with guests but also make it easy for small children to get caught in traffic. These parents solved that problem by replacing an oversize island with a two-level peninsula that divides the cooking zone and eating area. A stainless-steel farmhouse sink anchors the peninsula, while the upper level is bar height to shield the kitchen from the dining room.

  • Sharon Janosik

    Kitchen Sinks: Farmhouse Sink Ideas

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