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  • Melissa Alexander

    Black island and white cabinets. Mary McDonald in the Santa Barbara House and Garden Showhouse. Traditional Home.

  • P J

    White kitchen with a Black island -- Santa Barbara Design House and Gardens Showhouse - Traditional Home

  • Krystle Monticue

    white kitchen, black island, brass pendant, wainscoting to ceiling. bulky trim. inexpensive backsplash idea.

  • Stephanie Newton

    Santa Barbara Design House and Gardens Showhouse | Kitchen designed by Mary McDonald featuring the Country Industrial Pendants over the island. Loving black kitchen islands, especially with brass or bronze hardware.

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