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  • Emory Ratliff

    love the door on rail & color of cabinets & dutch door

  • Vangie Box

    I love the sliding barn doors and the Dutch Door

  • National Builder Supply

    A large kitchen island with a chrome bridge faucet is a perfect combination.

  • Leigh Sidell

    barn door on pantry. love this island too. The paint colors: BM White Wisp-kitchen walls BM Sea Haze- Pantry door BM Revere Pewter- window trim BM Sea Star - Dutch Door BM FieldStone - Family room

  • Libby Haynes

    Cote de Texas

  • Lisa Raisbeck

    Dutch Door Look at that sliding door in the back ground

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