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Interior Designer Eugene : Refresh My Room Design Package

 

 

Refresh My Room Design Package

This package is for the homeowner who is ready to upgrade their home a room at a time or is new to the idea of using an interior designer.  If your interiors feel stale and tired and you do not have the budget to upgrade the complete home – then this package is for you.  Carol Ellis, Interior Designer and Owner of Ellis Design Group, LLC in Eugene, Oregon will work with you to upgrade a room at a time as your budget allows and you become comfortable with the process.  Together you will review decorating ideas to overcome your home remodeling challenges.

 





Carol Ellis, Interior Designer and Kitchen and Bath Designer assists homeowners to create fabulous interior and exterior living and entertaining environments that reflect their personality in the style and color choices for their home!   She provides innovative and unique interior design solutions for your residential and commercial interior design challenges.

"Creating a stylish home shouldn't be stressful!  Please contact Carol at 541-556-7620 to discuss your kitchen or bathroom new home or remodeling project and how she can help you save time, reduce stress and create a home you love!"

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Interior Designer Eugene : VIP Complete Home Makeover

 

VIP Complete Home Makeover Package
 
For the busy homeowner who is ready to make an investment in their complete home, tackle their home design challenges and take the design of their home to the next level.  Carol Ellis, Interior Designer of Ellis Design Group, LLC in Eugene, Oregon, will lead you through the process of turning your home into a place you can relax and enjoy, entertain guests and be proud to own. 

Together we review areas in your home that are causing you dissatisfaction and discuss design ideas and color options that are more satisfying to you.  We develop a plan which works with your timeline and budget to bring your interior design vision to reality.  Then we take action so that you achieve the fabulous living and entertaining environment you desire.  All accomplished without frustration, stress and overwhelm.



Carol Ellis, Interior Designer and Kitchen and Bath Designer assists homeowners to create fabulous interior and exterior living and entertaining environments that reflect their personality in the style and color choices for their home!   She provides innovative and unique interior design solutions for your residential and commercial interior design challenges.

"Creating a stylish home shouldn't be stressful!  Please contact Carol at 541-556-7620 to discuss your kitchen or bathroom new home or remodeling project and how she can help you save time, reduce stress and create a home you love!"

Visit our website:  
http://www.ellisdesigngroupllc.com

Read our Blog: http://blog.ellisdesigngroupllc.com

Connect with us on Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/ellisdesigngroupllc

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Interior Designer Eugene : Big Decorating Ideas for Small Spaces

Carol Ellis, Expert Style, Color and Interior Designer of Ellis Design Group in Eugene, Oregon, shares… Big Decorating Ideas for Small Spaces 

With the onset of spring, many homeowners will be considering an update to their decor. Many older homes are outfitted with smaller rooms, rather than a large great room plan. This can present a challenge when it comes to decorating and choosing the right colors, furnishings, accessories, and lighting.

Don't fret! Overall, you want to avoid clutter and simplify as much as possible. With a small space, avoid the temptation to overdo it. Below are some tricks that I use that will help you make the most of your smaller spaces within your home.




CHOOSING COLORS

I recommend a lighter and monochromatic color palette, using one color for the wall and a second, lighter color for the trim, ceiling and accents. This helps open up the space and will reflect light as well. 

I assist clients to do this using paint samples that are 5” x 8” and taping them to the walls and ceiling within each space to check the color, light reflectance, lightness to darkness and my clients like or dislike of the color.  Once this process is complete, I prepare paint instructions, including paint sample cuttings and paint locations for my client, their painter and myself, so that the paint process is as easy as possible for my client.
  

CHOOSING FURNITURE
When space is limited, I recommend to my clients that trimmer furniture is a smart choice. Simpler, less ornate styles with slim legs maximize usable space. Also, avoid overstuffed pieces. 


USING MIRRORS
I love to use mirrors which help to expand the space, and is one of the oldest decorating tricks to create a more spacious and high style feeling and reflect more light. Consider wall-to-wall and floor-to-ceiling mirror installations which will literally double the apparent size of the room.  Then you can place case pieces, such as a buffet, in front of the mirror for a layered look. There are smoked, bronze, or clear mirror colors to suit your taste. Hanging a large framed mirror also works well, and is a less expensive option.

ACCESSORIES
Larger unique accessories, such as a glass hurricane candle holder, can be paired with a plant to create a unique focal point without creating clutter in your small space.  Use one large piece of art or several repetitive smaller pieces to create visual simplicity.

LEST WE FORGET THE LIGHTING
I always consider day lighting, as well as, evening lighting when assisting clients with their small spaces. To increase day lighting consider adding a Solatube in the darkest area of the space. The cost is very economical and yet will have a big impact on the effect of increasing the apparent size of the small space by bringing constant day lighting into the space through the ceiling. 

For evening lighting, I like to use a single smaller pendant or 3 smaller lights over breakfast and dining tables.  Table lamps for reading are available at 30" tall yet need to have a more petite shade.  Consider using a torchier to light the ceiling which will make the space seem larger.   

Happy decorating for your small spaces.  And remember…keep it simple, less bulky and find pieces that you enjoy and suit your taste and style.

Carol Ellis, Interior Designer and Kitchen and Bath Designer assists homeowners to create fabulous interior and exterior living and entertaining environments that reflect their personality in the style and color choices for their home!   She provides innovative and unique interior design solutions for your residential and commercial interior design challenges.

"Creating a stylish home shouldn't be stressful!  Please contact Carol at 541-556-7620 to discuss your kitchen or bathroom new home or remodeling project and how she can help you save time, reduce stress and create a home you love!"

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My Humble Beginnings!

When I graduated from the Interior Design Program at Arizona State University, I would review the interior design magazines and wonder how I would every create the quality of interior spaces I see in such magazines as Architectural Digest, Dwell, Metropolitan Home, Mountain Living and the like. << MORE >>

Interior Designer Eugene : New Construction Reduce My Stress Design Package

New Construction Reduce My Stress Package

Building a new home can be a daunting task when you consider all of the interior design decisions you will be making.  This package removes the stress that is keeping you up at night, as Carol Ellis, Interior Designer and owner of Ellis Design Group, LLC in Eugene, Oregon, your personal interior designer will lead you through the all of the interior and exterior design, finish and fixture decisions to bring your interior design ideas, dreams and desires to reality.  Carol will communicate with you and your builder to assist you through the complete home interior design process without stress and overwhelm. 

 

Some of the many decisions include exterior roofing, siding, stone, doors, windows, hardware, lighting, and patio finish.  Interior decisions include lighting design and switching, kitchen and bathroom cabinet design, style and finish, counter tops and tile, solid and soft surface flooring, lighting and switching, doors, hardware and base molding, paint and locations, appliances and plumbing,  fireplace and entertainment unit design.  These decisions don’t have to be overwhelming with the close informational guidance you will receive to bring your decorating ideas to reality.

 





Carol Ellis, Interior Designer and Kitchen and Bath Designer assists homeowners to create fabulous interior and exterior living and entertaining environments that reflect their personality in the style and color choices for their home!   She provides innovative and unique interior design solutions for your residential and commercial interior design challenges.

"Creating a stylish home shouldn't be stressful!  Please contact Carol at 541-556-7620 to discuss your kitchen or bathroom new home or remodeling project and how she can help you save time, reduce stress and create a home you love!"

Visit our website:  
http://www.ellisdesigngroupllc.com

Read our Blog: http://blog.ellisdesigngroupllc.com

Connect with us on Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/ellisdesigngroupllc

Follow us on Pinterest:  http://www.pinterest.com/carolellis11

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Interior Designer Eugene: Tips for Updating Home Spaces with Minimal Fuss and Maximum Impact




A great way to see a space with new eyes, says interior designer Carol Ellis, of Ellis Design Group, LLC: “Remove all the accessories and art in your home, rearrange the furnishings, and then replace the accessories and art in new locations.”

Carol Ellis loves color, especially as a building block in designing a room in one’s home.

“Each of us has a palette that we are naturally drawn to over our lifetime,” the interior designer says. “It will change a bit and shift through a lifetime, but it’s the colors we want to live with.”

Inside the north Eugene home Ellis shares with her husband and business partner, Michael, the palette is soothing and inviting: in the living room, for example, the walls are painted warm beige, and there are dark brown, deep red and avocado green accents. Everything works together, including the accessories — several pillows, the coffee table that’s really a drum, a rustic metal lamp shade, and a stunning painting on the wall as the main focal point.

"Everything that I have is collected. I’m always looking for a treasured piece, but I like to move things around.” Ellis points out a vase on the kitchen counter, where she often changes the flowers to suit her mood. And a tall, glass vase by the house door is a standout. “I like things that are curious. Every time I find something, I usually have an idea of where it’s going to go.”

Ellis, a native of Eugene, has a degree in graphic design from the University of Oregon and a degree in interior design from Arizona State University. She spent several years studying, teaching and working in design in the Southwest, specifically in Scottsdale, Ariz., where she has designed homes and residential and commercial interiors http://www.ellisdesigngroupllc.com.  In moving back to Eugene, she has found that her design principles work just as well in the Northwest.

“I understand the culture here,” Ellis says. “And I’ve been groomed to make budgets stretch. Good impact. Visual interest. But not super expensive. Nothing that I’ve put in here is very expensive. I believe in design quality.”

So if homeowners are not in the market for completely remodeling a room, there are plenty of things they can do to switch things up without breaking the bank. Here, then, are some of Ellis’ design tips and tricks for updating rooms within a reasonable budget:

A great way to see a space with new eyes: “Remove all the accessories and art, rearrange the furnishings, and then replace the accessories and art. A lot of times people can’t see through their clutter. It’s hard to see your own stuff because you’re so close to it. Keep the stuff that’s really special to you. Then add new things to work with the existing things.”

Keep it in proportion: “For a small space, the furniture, etc., must be in proportion to the room. Putting a mirror in the space makes it feel larger, too.”

Favorite quick fix: “Paint is extremely inexpensive and one of the biggest impacts you can have. It’s so easy to change,” whether its only an accent wall or repainting a whole room.

Most overlooked: “The floors. People don’t typically think that the floor is an opportunity to do things. You could redesign the foyer floor. But reimagining a floor area could also just be using rugs.” Another overlooked area is window coverings. “People don’t know what to do with them. There are a lot of up-to-date things people can do. And they don’t have to be expensive,” what with reasonably priced fabrics and curtain rods.

Antiques add oomph: “I have a thing for chests with glass doors that open and close. You could take a chest and make an iron base for it and make a cocktail table out of that. The sizes can vary. Small ones can be ottomans.” Also, don’t be afraid to display favorites. In Ellis’ kitchen, she artfully displays her favorite silver pieces in the dead space above the cabinets. “They used to be tucked away in the cabinets,” she says with a laugh.

Beat the bedroom blues: “Build a headboard out of wood. You can take 2-by-4s (and) plywood to build the headboard. Take padding and pad it up really thick. Staple it all on. Also rugs, like a Kilim rug, can make fabulous headboard coverings.”

A surprisingly versatile accent: Nail heads. “These are really cool. They’re made of solid bronze. Or iron. There are so many applications for them! You can nail them into the structure to use them as different embellishments. You can nail them onto the mantel, for example. I’ve also used them in window treatments. Or around an ottoman.”

Light a candle: “They are a very active light. Even if you’re home alone and you’ve got a candle lit, it gives you a really nice ambient, moving light.” Candles glow on Ellis’ cocktail table or in different colors and heights as part of the centerpiece in the dining room. And candles can be changed up easily.

Visually curious combinations: On Ellis’ dining table is a hurricane candle holder with black rock filling the bottom of it. “I love to fill things. You can change that. Another time I filled it with green moss balls.” Also, for the lamp in her living room, Ellis paired a stand with the metal shade and added beads that hang down for sparkle and drama.

Mirror, mirror: “I love mirrors. I’ve used a lot of smoked glass mirror, especially along a whole wall. It can take a mundane space and blow it out. It’s so shiny, and it’s an expansion.”

Architecturally stuck: Don’t be afraid to update things that are architecturally part of the home. “You can recover an old fireplace with tile,” for example.

Focal points count: “When I work, I’m looking for focal points. There should be places where the eye can stop and study” in a room. In Ellis’ home, select pieces of art serve as focal points, as does the large, round mirror in the dining room. “There should be layering. I’m always working to layer the visual view.”

Room most due for an update: “The powder bathroom. The bathroom can be very special and very useful at the same time. You could put great paint on the walls for an instant shift. I like to paint all the walls in the bathroom. Add a floral arrangement that’s silk but good looking. Framed mirrors, too. “I use crown molding, which comes in all kinds of funky finishes. I can put them together to make a frame for a mirror. They’re not very expensive.” Also, updated towel bars make a great impression. And finally, “you’re never going to make a small bathroom bigger, so play up the fact that it’s small. Use smaller tiles. Use smaller, repetitive artwork. Give it great lighting. Have fun with it.”

Carol Ellis would like to invite you to participate in a "Interior Design Strategy Session” where you can speak with her directly on the phone and discuss your current interior design goals and how you can work together to achieve them... Contact Carol at 541-556-7620 today!

Visit the website to see our design packages at http://www.ellisdesigngroupllc.com for details.

Email: carol@ellisdesigngroupllc.com

Staff writer Christine Sherk can be contacted at sp.feedback@registerguard.com.



Interior Designer Eugene : Give Me Confidence Design Package

Give Me Confidence Design Package

For the do it yourself client, who wants the advice of an interior designer, but is interested in accomplishing the details themselves, this is the perfect solution for you.  Together you and Carol Ellis, Interior Designer and owner of Ellis Design Group, LLC in Eugene, Oregon will review your current home design and review ideas to assist you with your home makeover.  This package will give you the confirmation that you are making the right home remodeling decisions!

 





Carol Ellis, Interior Designer and Kitchen and Bath Designer assists homeowners to create fabulous interior and exterior living and entertaining environments that reflect their personality in the style and color choices for their home!   She provides innovative and unique interior design solutions for your residential and commercial interior design challenges.

"Creating a stylish home shouldn't be stressful!  Please contact Carol at 541-556-7620 to discuss your kitchen or bathroom new home or remodeling project and how she can help you save time, reduce stress and create a home you love!"

Visit our website:  
http://www.ellisdesigngroupllc.com

Read our Blog: http://blog.ellisdesigngroupllc.com

Connect with us on Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/ellisdesigngroupllc

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Interior Designer Eugene: Is It A Crazy Idea To Put Marble On My Kitchen Counters?

Carol Ellis, Interior Designer of Ellis Design Group, LLC, home based in Eugene, Oregon, shares with us the Pros and Cons in selecting marble for your new or remodeled kitchen and the inherent characteristics it develops over time.

"I have clients who have requested the beauty and elegance of marble countertops in their kitchen, and I make sure my clients understand the character of the patina that will develop over the years of use in the kitchen," says interior designer Carol Ellis, of Ellis Design Group, LLC in Eugene, Oregon.

Marble has an inherent elegance and timelessness and Carrara Marble has been used for kitchen and bar countertops in residential and commercial environments in Europe for centuries. It adds a dressiness to the kitchen and is brilliantly white, to luscious cream to rich colors of burgundy, brown, green and gray, to name a few!   "The option of marble has a very classic look and for countertops it is one of the less expensive choices in natural, solid surface and easy to clean countertop materials, and depending on the grade and quality of the marble, it can be less expensive than granite, quartz and stainless steel."




So why does Carol steer her clients away from using it in their new or remodeled kitchen? "Marble is a softer and more porous stone then the nearly indestructible granite, and so it can etch, scratch and stain where granite usually will not." She usually recommends that marble be used in the master, guest and powder bathrooms where there are no heavy and abrasive pots and pans, no acidic foods and juices and there is a reduced use of the surface.

"I too love the look of marble in the kitchen and while traveling through the United Kingdom I enjoyed seeing Carrara marble (which is the most widely used stone material for kitchen counters) with its aged patina, as I toured the interiors of residential kitchens and bathrooms, and hotels, restaurants, schools and cathedrals. There are Pros and Cons to using marble in your new or remodeled kitchen and ultimately the decision is yours based on whether you can tolerate and enjoy the characteristics that will patina into your stone."

Carol Reviews Marble Countertop "PROS"

• Timeless - Marble is classic and timeless and has been utilized throughout for centuries reflecting the character of the many cultures worldwide. From old world to the modern, its application has gone without trend.

• Beauty - Marble is rich in character and color. For example, Carrara marble from Italy which is typically sought after for kitchen countertops has a crisp white brightness that is not available in granite or soapstone.

• Cool Temperature - Marble is naturally cool and it does not conduct heat very well, so it is a wonderful surface for working with pastries, dough’s and kneading bread.

• Cost - Marble is one of the least expensive natural and solid surface countertops. Some of the rarer types of marble are very expensive, the more common Carrara marble commonly requested for kitchen use, is often one of the least expensive.

• Widely available - Because Carrara marble is more available then the more uncommon rarer, hard to find types of marble, it is available from nearly any stone fabricator or stone yard.

• Softness - The softness does have its advantages, marble can be honed or polished in place to remove minor issues. The harder surfaces of granite do not have this option or flexibility.

Carol Reviews Marble Countertop "CONS"

• Etching - Wine, juices, vinegars, vegetables & fruits, etc. all have enough acid to etch your marble if left for more than a couple of hours. For example, a mark in the shape of a lemon slice, duller then the surface around it, will be left on the countertop if a slice of lemon is laid down on the polished countertop overnight. Sealing helps, but nothing will prevent this but keeping acids off your counters.

• Scratching - Pots with rough bottom surfaces dragged over the marble countertop can scratch the surface. Opening a bottle of wine without putting a towel under it can leave a circular scratch on your counters. And unlike granite which is so hard it can only be cut and manufactured with a diamond blade and diamond routers, marble is a much softer material so you must always use a cutting board when cutting and prepping your foods.

• Chipping - Marble may be susceptible to impact damage. Chipping around sink edges where large pots come in contact with the edges can be an issue.

• Staining - Marble can also stain, red wine and some fruits are infamous for leaving indelible stains on the marble.

So, in answer to the question,  Is it a crazy idea to put marble on my kitchen counters? "The answer is NO, if you are OK with countertops looking a bit scratched up, and developing a patina of use over the years.  The answer is NO, if you live in an older historic home or are trying to create the look of age or a historic feeling."   Carol also recommends trying to find an environment where marble has been installed for several years so that you can see if you like to look of the patina.

If you don't like the patina of marble, she recommends checking out honed granite countertops with the more matte, less shiny finish that comes from abrading the stone which can be much more kitchen-friendly.  If you want your countertops perfectly glossy all the time, then perhaps you should seek out other options such a polished granite.

Carol Ellis, Interior Designer and Kitchen and Bath Designer assists homeowners to create fabulous interior and exterior living and entertaining environments that reflect their personality in the style and color choices for their home!   She provides innovative and unique interior design solutions for your residential and commercial interior design challenges.

"Creating a stylish home shouldn't be stressful!  Please contact Carol at 541-556-7620 to discuss your kitchen or bathroom new home or remodeling project and how she can help you save time, reduce stress and create a home you love!"

Visit our website:  http://www.ellisdesigngroupllc.com

Read our Blog: http://blog.ellisdesigngroupllc.com

Connect with us on Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/ellisdesigngroupllc

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Lighting Designer Eugene : Designer Lighting Tips to Solve your Lighting Design Challenges


The best service an interior designer can provide their clients is to visit their home in the evening. This was made very apparent to Carol Ellis, Interior Designer and Lighting Designer with Ellis Design Group, LLC in Eugene, Oregon, when she went to one of her clients’ homes in the evening and found them literally spending their evenings in the dark!

“I see this often,” says Carol, “as homeowners are unaware of the lighting requirements and lighting solutions to properly light a home after the sun sets. And in new homes builders often cut the lighting budget to cut the cost of their homes for sale.” Architectural lighting can be a fun and unique way to set the mood in your home according to Carol, and a properly lit home includes general lighting, accent lighting, ambient lighting, and task lighting.

General lighting, the light to see by, lights the volume of the space and is usually installed during construction in the form of recessed can lighting or ceiling lights. In a larger home ceiling lights are usually ineffective, as they do not provide enough general lighting to see by and when this is the case it causes glare. So Carol recommends recessed can lighting placed strategically throughout your home. If you are building a new home it is best to have the general lighting installed during construction, as it can be expensive after the fact. If you do have an existing home without enough general lighting, can lighting is available in the form of remodel cans which significantly reduces the cost and the need for drywall repair after installation. “I am frequently hired by architects, builders, remodeling contractors and clients as the lighting designer, to do the lighting design, and the switching and electrical plans for the home.” says Carol, “I understand and recognize the lighting requirements and needs the clients will have once they move into the home, with respect to the lighting and design, including furniture, art, accessory and lamp placement.”

The accent lighting is also installed into the home as architectural lighting in the form of a spot light to light art and accessories. This is installed in the form of a directional spot light, either recessed into the structure or applied onto the structure for a more decorative lighting or contemporary lighting installation. Other areas of accent lighting include lights in niches and wall units for lighting accessories, and under cabinet lighting to light your decorative back splash and counter accessories. Accent lighting can be installed into the home after construction and Carol has several unique lighting and design options she turns to when needed.

Ambient lighting is created throughout the home in many ways. One way says Carol, is to include hall lights or wall sconces strategically placed to add interest to a room or hallway. Carol also likes to use rope lighting above upper cabinets and on top of wall units to light accessories and create a fabulous ambient light grazing up the wall. She also uses hidden interior lights below plants for a romantic glow and white twinkle lights on an interior tree to create an interesting and unique environment for her clients to enjoy in the evenings. “I also recommend dimmer switches to control the light brightness on recessed can lighting, dining fixtures, hall lighting and bath lighting as they make fabulous ambient lights,” says Carol, “and I enjoy candles placed strategically throughout the home and a log or gas fire, to create an active ambient light.”

Task lighting is the light used for reading and performing close up tasks. Task lighting as architectural lighting, is in the form of under cabinet lighting such as LED strip lighting, over the kitchen sink in the form of recessed can lighting or decorative pendants, over the dining or breakfast table in the form of a dining pendant and over the bathroom sink in the form of a bath light. Floor lamps next to a chair and table lighting next to the sofa or bed in areas where tasks and reading are performed are another form of task lighting. And for your office lighting use desk lights for task lighting.

“The ceiling lights, wall lights, floor lamps and table light accents act as decorative embellishments within the home and should reflect her clients taste,” says Carol, “and it is these lighting design elements coordinated with the rest of the architectural lighting that really make a home come alive.” Carol enjoys assisting clients in both the interior designer and lighting designer service and offers several lighting options within the home, so that her clients can have many dynamic lighting scenarios to choose from. Carol Ellis enjoys experimenting with lighting to creatively change the mood of her own home so she knows what works.

If you are spending your evenings in the dark after the sun sets, or are tired of your boring residential lighting without personality, Carol Ellis, Interior Designer and Lighting Designer with Ellis Design Group, LLC in Eugene, Oregon, offers an “Interior Lighting Design Consultation Package” where she will review your lighting issues with you after the sun sets. Together she will discuss your lighting issues and opportunities and work out a plan with you to turn your boring lighting into a creative and unique embellishment for your enjoyment and relaxation in the evenings.

Contact Carol Ellis, Interior Designer with Ellis Design Group, LLC in Eugene, Oregon by calling 541-556-7620 or visit their website at
http://www.ellisdesigngroupllc.com.
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"We assist homeowners to create fabulous interior and exterior living and entertaining environments that reflect their personality in the style and color choices for their home!" Contact Carol Ellis, Interior Designer and Lighting Designer with Ellis Design Group, LLC in Eugene, Oregon, to talk about proven INNOVATIVE INTERIOR DESIGN SOLUTIONS: 541-556-7620.

Interior Designer Eugene : Kitchen Design Tips to Consider When Purchasing Kitchen Cabinets

 

Carol Ellis, Expert Style, Color and Interior Design Consultant of Ellis Design Group shares kitchen design and remodel tips for Eugene, Oregon residents to consider when designing their own kitchen and purchasing kitchen cabinets.

The kitchen is one of the most used areas in the home for Eugene, Oregon residents.  Several kitchen design ...

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