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      THIS IS MY KITCHEN!! pipe shelves, stained concrete counter tops, and vintage stove. The kitchen shelves in Country Living editor Sarah Gray Miller's home were constructed from pipes and plywood.

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      The kitchen shelves in Country Living editor Sarah Gray Miller's home were constructed from pipes and plywood. Shelves over stove, vintage stove, black and white kitchen, open shelving.

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