Tom Silva presents a structural ceiling in the Lexington house kitchen as a solution to the height challenge.
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Tom Silva presents a solution to the ceiling height challenge in the old part of the Lexington house kitchen: a structural ceiling that will allow him to gain some height over the islands, while allowing for both adequate structure, and a clever chase for wiring.
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