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Glass tiles (?) behind the range hood and range hood flue.
Upper cabinets running to ceiling. Wide expanse of cooktop area.
Seriously love the combination of grey and white. Grey seems to work beautifully with the dark floor in Valencia.
Like the blocked arrangement of the ovens and the minimal cabinet faces.
Wood cabinet faces below, white above (if wood deemed essential to the design).
Glass sliding doors on bottom row of upper cabinets--love that.
Again, grey really appeals to us, especially on the lower cabinets. For Valencia, how about grey on lower cabs/drawers, and the upper cabinets a combination of white and glass???
Like the consistent heights of things and the large niched service area. Creates a serene feel; essential to maintain in the kitchen the atmosphere of serenity you've created elsewhere in the loft.
Consistent heights of drawers and cabinets as you move horizontally--enhances serenity.
The glass-fronted cabinet above the white cabinet; the drawer pulls; it's IKEA
Combination of colors, glass fronts, blind fronts in cabinets, as well as extra-thick countertop (relative to our much thinner Corian).
Potential corner solution to our corner (with sink replacing cooktop/oven arrangement as shown here). Gets the fridge out of the corner. Could actually keep highest upper cabinets, eliminate the shorter lower cabinets (with the lift-up doors) to give me the "head-space" I need when working at the sink.
Love, love, love these minimalist white appliances. John agrees: "I could go for those!" Could be an excellent alternative to all stainless, or to the cabinet-faced refrigerator plus stainless everything else.
Really like the visual similarity between the appliance handles and drawer/door pulls. Great way to add a note of serenity to a smaller kitchen.
A wall-mounted piece for the entry?
Perfect for utensils!
Great idea for an otherwise useless space