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Fireplaces can be a beautiful focal point in your kitchen as well as your den, bedroom, or library. Fireplaces are designed with the clients’ input and can either be integrated to match the woodworking in the kitchen or as a unique textural element on its own using stone or metal. The white kitchen we did in Oyster Bay Cove is a beautiful example of how you can add elegance and warmth to the kitchen with a fireplace. If it is something that interests you, talk to our designers about adding a custom fireplace to your home. Depending on your family’s lifestyle, you can choose wood or gas fireplaces or a mix of both.  When you add fireplaces to your home you’ll be adding warmth and coziness as well.  

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Custom Fireplaces Mantles & Millwork

Custom Fireplaces Mantles & Millwork

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Wolf Wok Rangetop: 4 Burners & Wok

Wolf Wok Rangetop: 4 Burners & Wok

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Scandinavian Kitchen Design

Scandinavian Kitchen Design

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