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Storage and window seat for family room.

Adding a bank of oak cabinets, a brick-faced storage bin, and a built-in bench with drawers turned a nondescript family room into this convenient, clutter-free space.

Near a previously installed woodstove, the new metal-lined bin holds firewood. Next to it, cabinets with tambour doors contain a television and toys. Oak fronts to match the cabinet face the built-in bench's three drawers, which are divided inside by adjustable plywood panels.

The furniture was designed by architect Peter Golze of Metamorphosis Architecture and Construction in Berkeley. The owners are Pam and Larry Sullivan of Orinda, California.
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Date:Jan 1, 1986
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