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Your Home: Kitchens & Baths

The big island

As kitchens open up and serve as multipurpose rooms, freestanding counters become the anchors.

Payne/Bouchier Fine Builder island (Globe photo / Eric Roth) As kitchens open up and serve as multipurpose rooms, freestanding counters become the anchors. Payne/Bouchier Fine Builders in Boston used exotic wood and Jet Mist black granite in this Back Bay kitchen.
By Marni Elyse Katz
September 26, 2010

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As kitchens open up and serve as multipurpose rooms, freestanding counters become the anchors. (Full article: 535 words)

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