The Cottage Journal

Taste of the Countryside

hen this young couple purchased their forever home in Churchville, Maryland, they knew they wanted each room in their abode to have a distinctive identity—and the kitchen was no exception. With a clear concept in mind, they teamed up with Kasey Bedford and Arianna Pannoni of Winsome Interior Design, along with kitchen designer Tanya Smith-Shiflett, owner of Unique Kitchens & Baths, to bring their vision to life,

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