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Gone are the days where the kitchen was a closed off space and the chef was barely seen. Today’s kitchens are increasingly open to other areas of the home and garnering more square footage as large central islands bridge the prep area with dining and entertaining spaces. The transition has rendered the kitchen a highly interactive space during daily family dinners and larger scale entertaining as well. With so many eyes on this crucial room in the home, everything from appliances to sink fronts to counter surfaces have upped their game, offering options that make the most of the critical combination of form and function.
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