Host Stephanie McWilliams turns a couple's bland kitchen into an Asian-inspired space, perfect for entertaining.
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Different shades of brown are used on the walls and a deep red is painted on the ceiling to represent focus and reputation. Wooden screens help move the energy coming from the front door into the living space. In addition, they remove the built-in hutch so the front door can open easily.
dishwasher (Kenmore, 02213743000, model #13743); range (Kenmore Elite, 02275403000, model #75403); refrigerator (Kenmore); table (Nigoshi, 00813410000); chairs (Nigoshi, micro-suede, 00813411000) - Sears
butcher block countertop - Ikea
eco-resin backsplash - 3form
plates (Agate); platter (Root); bowls (Papaya) - Viva Terra
hanging screen, Buddha head, small cabinet in front entrance - Pier 1 Imports
chandelier - Z-Gallerie
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