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    • Christine Raupers

      white kitchen with French doors and a painted floor A dream kitchen

    • Giorgia Lazarakis

      love open kitchens, this look is so crisp and clean. I want french doors and love the big floor tiles!

    • Shanai Scott Weddings

      French Country Kitchen - love the doors

    • Kamanta Villaman

      Ok, this is about as close to my dream kitchen as I have found. I even have the exact chandelier in a box in my garage waiting for a home. French doors, check. French paned windows, check. B/W checked floor, check (pun intended). White cabinets, check. Tall ceilings, check. Oh, and I used to own those same chairs too. Spooky. Now I wish I hadn't sold them. Ugh. :)

    • Gina Picard

      Love it > French Country Kitchen. Great floor and french doors, and look at the deck space outside! Bright and happy kitchen. Who could be in a bad mood waking up to this?

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