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love the back tile and big sink
butler's bar? pretty cabinet color
This multi-colored diamond-shaped tile creates a striking focal point in a pleasing combination of ivory and gray limestone, burgandy marble and honey onyx. The color blend unifies all of the materials and finishes of the kitchen.
Kitchens are famous for having tricky corners; consider this creative drawer design.
A closet off of the kitchen only requires some shelves, cabinets, and a little spare counter space to become an exceedingly useful pantry
This kitchen has two major focal points, the mantle hood and the glass-doored wall cabinets in the background. By using a dark wood finish on the two island, there's an orderliness imposed on this kitchen. The island recess into the background and allow the eye to move through this room without getting too caught up on any one thing. This has the effect or simplifying what could have been a busy room.
Okay, so you've got no room for a lair. At least your spices can have their own private hideaway to decompress after a long day of fighting bland food... or something.
This kitchen vignette shows another mix of metal finishes. The goal is to spread out the effect of the copper sink. The brass and copper faucet, the brown quartz composite counter and the bronze cabinet hardware extend the impact of the sink. The effect is all the more interesting and organic because the metals don't match.