A Touch of Green


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For a young couple who loves to entertain, the dining area of this University City home needed to be open and inviting. A rustic wood table from Crate & Barrel serves as a focal point in the newly remodeled kitchen. Interior designer Bonnie Bagley-Catlin mixed in modern elements by pairing the table with metal tub chairs from Cost Plus World Market. The oil finish gives these seats an aged look that complements the rich textures found throughout the space. For a finishing touch, Bagley-Catlin (Jackson Design & Remodeling) accessorized with terra cotta clay pots, also from Crate & Barrel. The faux-grass centerpieces add a pop of color to the house’s neutral palette. To read more about this kitchen, turn to page 74.

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