Chocolatier Christopher Elbow and his wife Jenifer worked with Jerad Foster of Studio Build to expand the kitchen of their 1950 home, designed by David Runnels, in south Kansas City. The counter tops are a resilient taupe marble. “I’m pretty hard on stuff when I’m cooking,” Elbow says.
Chocolatier Christopher Elbow and his wife Jenifer worked with Jerad Foster of Studio Build to expand the kitchen of their 1950 home, designed by David Runnels, in south Kansas City. The counter tops are a resilient taupe marble. “I’m pretty hard on stuff when I’m cooking,” Elbow says. RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star
Chocolatier Christopher Elbow and his wife Jenifer worked with Jerad Foster of Studio Build to expand the kitchen of their 1950 home, designed by David Runnels, in south Kansas City. The counter tops are a resilient taupe marble. “I’m pretty hard on stuff when I’m cooking,” Elbow says. RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star

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