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Before relocating to the second-floor, 950-square-foot unit in a traditional Boston brownstone, Chris (picture here with his and Danielle's now 14-month-old daughter, Chloe) worked at <a href="http://www.pbelemental.com/index-2.html">Pb Elemental Design</

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Originally appeared in D House Kitchen Renovation
on August 9, 2010
Before relocating to the second-floor, 950-square-foot unit in a traditional Boston brownstone, Chris (picture here with his and Danielle&#039;s now 14-month-old daughter, Chloe) worked at &lt;a href=&quot;http://www.pbelemental.com/index-2.html&quot;&gt;Pb Elemental Design&lt;/
Before relocating to the second-floor, 950-square-foot unit in a traditional Boston brownstone, Chris (picture here with his and Danielle's now 14-month-old daughter, Chloe) worked at Pb Elemental Design in Seattle. The move offered him the perfect chance to launch his own firm, Bunker Workshop. Renovating his new kitchen was one of his first projects--and challenges. Photo by Kate McElwee.

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