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Liked the refined island style. Seems like a good combo of traditional and island without the kitsch.
Seems a bit cold (blue white) but like the sky light in kitchen (hallway, common areas).
Interesting to have two islands. Pros/cons?
Like the clean and warm look. Warmth due to lighting? Lots of storage.
Like combo of white and dark wood accents.
Don't like: too dark and elaborate.
Too mod. Would get tired of 60s vibe.
Too much: ornateness, decoration, heavy Spanish style
Kind of neat.
Nice! Clean with little details. Warm lights, recessed and pendant.
Like this refined tropical kitchen.
Like this but not sure about backsplash. Too dark.
Love walk in pantry with lazy Susan corner cabinet space. Want storage that is easy to access and maximize space.
Like the feel and warmth. Contemporary lighting contrasts with warm wood.
Like this and having stove against wall.
Hidden sponge drawar
Like the idea of having place for everything including dish towels but secondary consideration.
Like hAving double oven, warming rack and s,all wine rack.
Double sink is nice.
Love double dishwasher! Primary consideration.
In effort to have clean lines, hidden outlets.
Love big storage that is easily accessible! Must have.
Must have for items such as cookie sheets, cutting boards, odd size appliances.
Nice to have.
To keep the kitchen feeling open, Suburan kept the perimeter of the space as light as possible and refrained from installing too much upper cabinetry. The double-thick quartzite countertop on the island provide a dramatic contrast to the darker cherry island. Although the clients wanted light cabinetry, they opted for a darker wood on the island. The dark stain will wear well, which is particularly important on this eat-in island, where children are bound to kick the wood. Large drawer pulls also prevent sticky fingerprints from appearing on cabinets.
The rest of the kitchen was loaded up with base cabinets, all specifically designed and organized to hold pots, pans and other dishes. Suburan oversized the hood but left room for the tile backsplash to go all the way up to the ceiling — a technique that automatically draws the eye up and gives the illusion of a higher ceiling.
Easily accessible storage, like this bookcase at the end of the island, has endless uses: It can hold baskets of markers, coloring books, small toys and more. Designating a spot for these items in the kitchen will keep children entertained as meals are being prepared or cleaned up. As children grow older and these items are no longer necessary, you have the perfect spot for all those cookbooks.
Like the idea of integrated writing area such as whiteboard. Larger sized than what is shown though.
Always like the idea of more storage. Frameless cabinets are interesting.
Like the look and feel of glass tiles. Reminds me oceans beach if in blues, greens.
Warm kitchen, interesting to have bronze pulls but would I get tired of it?
love orange but as an accent in room
pantry pull out storage
like the pendant lamps.
Light, bright, clean, glass cabinets up to ceiling.