Built-in Shaker-style cabinetry was added to the living and dining areas of this 100-year-old Seattle home. The new cabinetry flanks the living-room fireplace and wraps around a window seat in the dining room. Tucked between the kitchen and dining room is a 4-foot-wide desk that hides clutter behind butterfly doors.
Design: Kevin Price, JAS Design Build, Seattle (www.jasdesignbuild.com or 206/547-6242).
Color work: Kim Clements, JAS Design Build, Seattle (www.jasdesignbuild.com or 206/547-6242).
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Resources: Paints from C2 (www.c2paint.com). Direct-vent gas Majestic fireplace from Vermont Castings (www.vermontcastings.com or 800/668-5323). Bar window lifts in oil-rubbed bronze ($16 each; as drawer pulls) from H.B. Ives (www.schlage.com or 800/654-2708). Small oval cupboard latches in oil-rubbed bronze finish ($24 each; on cabinets) from Rejuvenation (www.rejuvenation.com or 888/401-1900).
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