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Casual Comfort in Greenwich, CT
Wide-open spaces and a mass of windows with the most delightful banquette make this where everybody needs to hang out.
Greenwich, CT, Kitchen of the Month
Three vintage Holophane glass pendant lights from Ann-Morris are suspended from a recessed steel strip on the roof. The Shinto stools are from Lars Bolander. The DF606F 60-inch double fuel run is by Wolf, and the G863 dishwashers are by Miele.
Interior designer Sally Markham designed the banquette, shrouded in Grandeau false calfskin in Spearmint from Hines. Wyeth's part bamboo breakfast table is encompassed by Speke Klein's Ideal chairs.
Sliding glass-and-steel entryways reverberate the windows and close off the examination zone. An Aeron seat remains at each workstation.
A Viking undercounter cooler and ice creator flank the sink in the head servant's wash room. The fixture is from Lefroy Brooks and the backsplash, made of bamboo suspended in polymer, was encircled in stainless steel and illuminated. The Sub-Zero wine basement on the left holds 132 containers. Stock restorative cupboards store dish sets and china.
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