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“My clients are good at combining antiques with contemporary art and so on,” Freese says. “The goal was to combine modern and traditional elements. The reed diamond detail I suggested was a Scandinavian architectural detail that felt like it brought a bit of a vintage feel.” Meanwhile, the clean edges of the countertop add a modern touch.
The island and hatch are lift-sawn white oak. “Lift sawing gives the wood a more straight grain pattern with less grain variation,” says Freese.