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working with what you have | The original kitchen wall didn't disappear altogether; half of it was retained for an eat-in bar. Kelly and Neal used granite for the countertops because they liked the material's reflective finish, then paired it with warm wood for the  cabinets. "I'm particularly pleased with the detailing we were able to do with the emerald pearl granite; instead of the bullnose finish with two-inch overhang, which is standard for most bars, we had both pieces finished together with no overhang where the wall meets the bar on the kitchen side. The 90 degree angle really reinforces the lines of the kitchen." >