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Photo: Gene Pollux
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Bumped-Up Look

In addition to a four-foot bump out, visual cues like small-scale Early American molding help this reworked kitchen appear larger.

The cyma recta curve (concave at the outer edge and convex at the inner edge) where the crown meets the ceiling and simple beading makes this molding just enough of an accent for this bold-colored kitchen.

An unaltered foursquare gem in the middle of beach-condo country got a complete redo—and addition—under the care of a caring contractor.
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