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Chris likes the pulls or whatever....
K: Trying to decide whether I like the dark gray marmoleum. Paint color is way too pale. Not keen on white appliances with white cabinetry.
K: Despite leaning toward painted cabinets, I do like the look of these maple cabinets.
K: Surprisingly, I again like the neutrality of the dark gray marmoleum.
K: Sort of like the blue and yellow combo here -- but more likely reversed. Blue for the flooring and yellow for the wall.
K: Have you ever seen corner drawers like this? Is it a viable alternative to a lazy susan? If so, it seems like there might be less wasted space, and better visibility and access to contents.
K: Style of cabinetry. Also, glass doors with open shelving next to them.
K: Pretty much nothing. Don't like dark cabinetry below with light countertop. Also don't like tiny mosaic tiles. Color scheme doesn't do much for me either.
K: Another "don't like anything at all". White cabinetry and whiter range unappealing. Don't like bead board backsplash or glass on cabinet doors (seems like really wide doors, by the way and other doors seem narrow, particularly up above), or butcher block counter, or light marmoleum on flooring. Shelf below with curvy edges looks cluttered and too country.
K: Laundry room: Like the fact that there is some counter surrounding utility sink. Drying rack above is cool. Cabinets are maple?
K: Marmoleum? Perhaps a little too strong a blue. Border is too much for me.
K: Maple cabinetry is catching my eye more than I would have guessed. Still not something I think I want in the kitchen.
K: Like the counter surface over washer and dryer, and the fact that there is counter adjacent to the sink.
K: I like the cookbook storage visible, but down below.
K: Like pull out shelves for down below.
K: Pullouts! How do they get them out though (no knobs). Also like drawer pulls (not too heavy), but not sure about dark vs. lighter metal.
K: I like the dark countertops and white cabinets (though not the actual style of the cabinet doors). I like the shelf for the cookbooks that is down below the microwave. Visible, but not inviting such ready browsing as an upper shelf. It's also good to see what a microwave below looks like. I also like the little organizational space above the left counter -- but would like it more as a desk component, not associated with upper cabinets.
K,W: Schoolhouse lights -- simple design, not too low.
K,W: Another schoolhouse light possibility (a little big, perhaps)
K,W - Don't need feet on cabinets. Don't particularly like the look, and seems hard to keep clean.
W: Does this peninsula include access to the cabinet from the back? Would that be an alternative to the lazy susan for big pots?
W: Here's a back access to the cabinets. Would that work with the stools, or is that too much of a conflict?
K,W: Like the pull out drawers in this lower cabinet. Would this also work for above the fridge cabinets?
K,W: Lid storage in middle cabinet is interesting. Have you seen those before?
K: An example of tile that I don't hate. (Subway tile seems a little more interesting to me with an accent line; square tiles don't appeal, don't seem to like tiny mosaics either....)
K,W: Ok light
K,W: Ok light.
W: Interesting tile. This might not work for us because it seems to be tying in with the butcher block (and K thinks probably wood floor), but we like the stone texture of the tile over the range. K: contents of island are appealing.