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Continued: Reinventing the '60s: Creating an open floor plan

  • Article by: KIM PALMER , Star Tribune
  • Last update: October 18, 2013 - 1:54 PM

Christine loves the center island, which is so long that the installers dubbed it “the landing strip.”

“The boys can be eating at one end, while I’m baking at the other,” she said. “It’s so functional. We can all be together, which is what we wanted.”

 

Kim Palmer • 612-673-4784

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