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  • Terry Schultz

    Repeat Patterns, mullions in glass cabinets.

  • Jo-Ann Rutledge

    Glass door muntins match the style of the rest of the house (eg. windows) Love the vinette over the window, elongating it by drawing the eye up. Nice look of glass cabinets, but I can still hide my clutter. Ha! Great sink/faucet (colours yes). Not my room palette, but some good decor ideas

  • Rachel Eaton

    setup but different cabinet colors

  • Aileen Angeles

    Inviting Retreat This would be part of my dream home as I love spacious kitchens with island that you can work at and eat at!

  • Anne Fontaine

    corner cabinet

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