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    Pantry Cabinet Double Door (SE-PC3690)

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    $1309.76/ Piece

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    36"W * 24"D * 90"H

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      Product Model SE-PC3690
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       True BlueDesigner: Terri Sears Location: Nashville, TennesseeSize: 289 square feet (26.8 square meters); 17 by 17 feet (5.1 by 5.1 meters)Homeowners’ request: Fully update a 1915 former orphanage with a kitchen that includes a big, workable island without appliances cluttering up its countertop. Special features: Navy island. Original brick. Glass-fronted cabinet doors that complement original windows. White hood with stainless steel bands. Large pendant lights. Why the design works: Designer Terri Sears respected the hundred-year history of the structure by incorporating white Shaker-style cabinet doors, subway tile, exposed brick, hardwood floors and the original windows. She then used a deep navy on the island to establish the main focal point. Island: Mouser inset in maple, plaza inset door with beaded face frame in indigo painted finish with black glaze, Centra Cabinetry; island countertop: Brazilian Carrara marble; 36-inch range: Wolf; 36-inch range hood: Vent-A-Hood 3. Warm WalnutDesigner:  Liz Mearns of Imagine Design & Build Location: Arlington, VirginiaSize: 400 square feet (37.1 square meters) including a dining nookHomeowners’ request: Big kitchen for a chef who recently completed culinary school, complete with modern amenities and lots of counter space, while still maintaining an intimate feel for a family of six. Special features: Walnut island. New appliances. Custom copper hood. Calacatta Gold marble countertops and backsplash. Why the design works: White cabinets and lots of marble enhance natural light. The copper hood and walnut island add warmth.“Uh-oh” moment: “We struggled with the height of the cabinetry,” designer Liz Mearns says. “Ultimately, we decided not to go full ceiling-height because they were already so tall. The extra height seemed unnecessary.”Splurges and savings: The homeowners splurged on the custom copper hood, marble and BlueStar range. They saved on the white cabinetry. Also on the team: Christine Kelly of Crafted Architecture; Mike Morris of Corbel Construction; Jeremy Meek (photographer)See more of this homeHood: Texas Lightsmith in Austin, Texas; bar stools: CB2; cabinets: Stuart Cabinetry; lighting: Currey & Co.; tile and marble: Calacatta Gold, Fairfax MarbleMoreKitchen Islands: Pendant Lights Done RightKitchen Confidential: 11 Islands With Furniture Style

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