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Concrete, Island, Breakfast Bar, Exposed Beams, Contemporary, Modern, Flat Panel, L-Shaped, Undermount, Pendant

Estimate - $61,300

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  • By FINNE Architects

    Contributor | Apr 2013

    Exposed wood beams; 50's contemporary; clerestory windows; large windows; custom cabinets; highly crafted

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Room Cost

Materials: $48,900
Cabinets $18,000
Counters $4,400
Backsplash $1,000
Appliances $15,600
Flooring $1,500
Drywall $500
Paint $300
Electrical $1,900
Plumbing $1,400
Other $4,300
Labor: $12,400
Demolition $1,900
Cabinets $2,400
Counters $400
Backsplash $1,000
Appliances $1,500
Flooring $1,200
Drywall $700
Paint $700
Electrical $1,900
Plumbing $700

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