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February 14, 2013 - Image 34

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-02-14

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Pretty wainscoted kitchen pantries conceal tons of functional storage space as well as house electronics

and other items: To the left of the main arch, two paneled walls conceal a pair of Sub-Zero refrigerators; at
the end of the island, two top drawers press open to reveal a tray of outlets for plugging in appliances as
needed; at the other end, a warming drawer and microwave are tucked out of sight. And in another corner
(not shown), an appliance niche contains a coffeemaker and a diminutive drawer that pulls out to serve as a
countertop.

In the master bath, an architectural arch softly frames
a view of the yard while the mirrored wall reflects the
paneled door to the toilet room and a shower lined in the

same marble that tops the counters.

AY,

We wanted to be able to walk in and see a sea of mirror," says Caden of the master bath. Pale hues, shimmering antiqued mirrors and glass and stainless steel exude
understated yet luxurious 1920s Hollywood glamour. The large wall, with a prominent, stepped-out sink base, is entirely mirrored and lined with petite glass-and-steel
sconces. The mirrored wall above the vanity reflects the windowed bath across the room. To the left of the mohair-covered stool, a wall, with three drawers, opens to

reveal a mini fridge, stocked with juices and bottled water. Custom feet at the base of the cabinets add an elegant sculptural effect while a toe-kick behind means no
dust bunnies.

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