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Stainless Steel Work Surfaces

Slate and stainless steel, while nontraditional, add functionality. Hygenic stainless steel is best for homeowners who appreciate "work surfaces that get a few scratches and dents like you see in restaurant kitchens," says designer/homeowner Susan Smart. Slate, which in this case was factory-sealed to resist stains, adds a note of luxury. "It's like I set a piece of Asian furniture down in the middle of the room," she says.

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