Design Seen: Effeti

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    The Italian brand Effeti’s Wood 100% kitchen is made from solid planks of mature chestnut timber. Just a few numbered, signed models can be made each year, as each piece is seasoned and weathered before undergoing multiple steps of production. Pricing varies (starting at around $125,000), as multiple configurations are possible. 212.502.8916, www.effetiusa.com

     

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