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From The White House To Her Own Kitchen


Former social secretary for the White House, Amy Zantzinger, can not only plan state dinners for international dignitaries she also has an eye for how a kitchen should look. She managed the renovation of her outdated kitchen and came up with a design that makes all the usual features of a kitchen fade into the background. Just some of the features of this luscious remodel are a pocket door that hides the breakfast station so no one can see the coffee maker or toaster when they're not in use and a really tall table that can double as an island if need be. Click over to see more stunning photos. We bet you can't find the fridge. [WaPo]