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Although a galley kitchen can be a workable layout, this one was long, dark, and confined by narrow entries at each end. The hallway effect was aggravated by the dark cabinets, dark vinyl floor, and a coppertone wall oven. There were several existing windows along the sink wall, but the natural light and view were blocked by the deep roof overhangs outside. The plan was to gut the entire space and install new cabinets, appliances, and surfaces. About the only thing worth saving was the interior brick wall that backed the fireplace in the adjacent living room. This was the customers' second home, which they used every weekend as a country retreat. In the not-too-distant future, they hoped