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Pine City 'Green' Home contemporary-kitchen

Pine City 'Green' Home

Our kitchens avoid the use of upper cabinets in favor of the pantry. A light filled and super functional space is the result. LED lights, locally made formaldehyde free cherry cabinets, paperstone counters, and stamped concrete floors. The paperstone has a matte finish which reduces glare from all those awesome windows!

Otogawa-Anschel Design+Build, Andrea Rugg Photography

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January 14, 2013
qmurphy wrote:
Layout question - This kitchen has a great open feel and wonderful light. I am wondering about the layout with all the appliances along one wall. We are considering almost the exact same idea (though the length of our long run would be slightly shorter than this appears), but are hesitant to do it since it is so rarely done. For us it is the only option that allows us windows where we want and no appliance on our island. Can you tell me more about how it functions? Thanks!
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Otogawa-Anschel Design-Build
qmurphy- Sorry for taking so long to reply, we didn't realize there were questions on our Hozz page. The appliances along one wall isn't that unusual. Commercial spaces that are focused on efficiency will often have this kind of layout. Most homes don't have enough space to afford a run this long, and for that reason end up in Galley or round shape kitchens. I'd avoid having an appliance on an island as a general rule.
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