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Sub In A Table For An Island

Sub In A Table For An Island
Lighten up with a vintage find.
A long, narrow antique table is an economic alternative to a heavy island. It can double as a prep area, and the airy, open look lightens up the look of built-in cabinetry.

Photographer: 

Donna Griffith

Source: 

House & Home March 2013 issue

Products: 

Kitchen design, Ingrid Oomen, Qummunicate; table, Sharon O'Dowd Antiques; trug, white pitchers, tea towel, ChairTableLamp; large cutting board, Love the Design; small cutting boards, Cynthia Findlay Antiques; red pot, The Door Store.

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