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Making meals is simple in the efficient kitchen, which provides enough workspace for the couple to make meals together. They bought the Diamond hickory cabinets with cathedral arched door panels and had their builder install them. They chose Silas stone for the countertops, partly because it requires less maintenance than granite. The breakfast bar has hickory bead board facing; above the bar is a chandelier from Wilson Lighting in Florida. The couple chose white GE appliances because Marilyn doesn’t like how smudges show on many stainless appliances.