C. Potter, 1993 - House & Home - 287 pages
Americans spend $100 billion annually on home renovations and devote a large share of that money to their kitchens. The American Kitchen reveals how homeowners are combining style, comfort, and practicality in the most important room of the home. Features 40 ingenious contemporary kitchens, with an extensive illustrated resource section. 500 photos, 300 in full color.
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