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Winton-Feinberg custom-designed the dining-room table to seat two
chairs at each end. "They wanted to be able to seat 10 people, but
the room wasn't long enough, so I made the table wider," she says.
Topped with glass, the cherry pedestal base was stained deeper than
the cabinetry. Millennium Cabinetry in Farmington Hills, who crafted
all of the home's cabinetry, created built-in shelving to display a
portion of the couple's extensive glass collection. Below the tinted
glass partition separating the room from the foyer, hidden storage
is tucked into the cabinetry. Textural cream-toned fabric covers the
ebony chairs, bringing light to the room.
In the master bath, a pinstriped film covers part of the glass walls
that hide the toilet as well as the windows above the tub, allowing
both privacy and light. Dark and light Emperador marble create a
negative and positive effect on the tub and floor.
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