Verdant glass form a sparkling backsplash behind the similarly toned quartz that wraps three sides of the kitchen. Generous base -- cupboards, drawers, and narrow pullout pantries -- more than compensate for the minimal use of wall cabinets.
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Separating meal prep and cleanup zones from the dining area, is a 31/2X8-foot bi-level island with space carved out for a -topped cart. Beyond the green-stained cypress barn-style door is the project's bath area.
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Niche on wheels
The versatile steel cart, is a self-contained work-and-storage zone with a cutting-board top, utensil and cutlery drawers, a shelf for serving gear, and a steel rod for draping towels or tablecloths.
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A wide base cabinet to the left of the cooktop, has two deep drawers for cookware and tableware one shallow drawer for and gadgets.
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The tucks in under the island's off-white quartz countertop, a surface that frames a stainless steel undermount double and, being 3 inches lower than the island's 39-inch height, ensures that dirty dishes and cookware are never seen by diners.
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Adjacent to the corner coffee maker is a unilever and hammered-steel undermount sink, convenient for washing vegetables or holding ice.
A nearly invisible sliding glass door closes off the tiled shower. Wall-mounted above the wicker table/bench is a towel warmer. Set in the ceiling is a humidity-sensing fan light.
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Supported by a wood frame, a freestanding tub looks out on a private, faux-stone-backed mini garden. The window features opaque blinds sealed between glass layers.
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Suave and shapely
Two identical cast-brass vessel sinks (one shown) are plumbed through ½-inch-thick tempered glass, which tops an array of smooth pebbles and stones.
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Circular insets in the porcelain floor tiles change colors when stepped on. Underscoring the bath's his-and-hers separation is a three-drawer version of a traditional medicine cabinet. Under-vanity storage offers ample room for accoutrements.