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Rustic Kitchen Table

Bonnie Brooks chose her own lumber for this table.

Hudson's Bay vice-chairman Bonnie Brooks selected the wood to make the bench-style table in her kitchen. The composite bluestone tile was cast from moulds of 18th-century European churches and châteaux floors, for an authentically worn texture. "Softly mirrored finishes on accessories and lighting contrast the wonderful earthy and rugged feel in Bonnie's kitchen," says designer Jill Kantelberg. "There's nothing too shiny or harsh, and the shapes don't grab your attention." 

See more rooms from Bonnie's latest renovation, and Bonnie's rooms in our gallery of High-Profile Art Collections.

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