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    42" Height Single Door Wall Cabinet (AW-W1542)

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    $232.84/ Piece

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    15"W * 42"H * 12"D

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      Product Model AW-W1542
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      Midcentury ModernDesigner and builder: Jacob Wight of Syltebo Wight HomesLocation: Bellevue, WashingtonSize: 300 square feet (27.8 square meters); 15 by 20 feet (4.5 by 6 meters)Homeowners’ request: Restore a midcentury gem while removing walls to open up the layout, including in the previously cut-off kitchen. One of the homeowners is a former caterer and wanted a commercial-inspired kitchen in which she could manage the kids and the cooking from the range. The range was chosen first, and the kitchen was designed around it. Wood and white: Rift-cut white oak cabinets and floors. Cedar valances and shiplap walls stained to match the cabinetry. “I love playing with different species of woods and how they accept stain,” designer and builder Jacob Wight says. “It’s never gets old to me.”Other special features: Black concrete tile backsplash. Twelve-foot island with sink and open shelves. Picture window that frames views of the surrounding trees. 3. ContemporaryDesigner: Francesco Di Sarra of FrankFranco ArchitectsLocation: Vaughan, Ontario, CanadaSize: 260 square feet (24.1 square meters) Homeowners’ request: Update interiors to better suit a modern family lifestyle, with a custom kitchen that leans toward contemporary design.                                                                       Wood and white: Rich walnut cabinets. White quartz countertops. White lacquer lower cabinets. White back-painted glass backsplash. “Taking influences from midcentury modern and Scandinavian design, warmth is achieved in the clean, simple space through the utilization of wood as the primary material,” architect Francesco Di Sarra says. “The extensive use of wood on the interiors ties the house back to nature, as views of the ravine in the backyard can be enjoyed through the massive floor-to-ceiling windows along the kitchen and whole rear wall of the home.”

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