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Industrial Eat-In Area

Unique pieces, such as an oversized windmill, introduce personality and wow factor.

A striking salvaged windmill complements the Douglas fir table and bistro-style chairs in this eat-in kitchen. "I saw the windmill, and two years later no one had bought it, so I decided to find a place for it," says owner Betsy Aziz. Designer Connie Braemer had the builder move the kitchen shelves over 6 inches to allow space for it.

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