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MLB Design Group
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Transitional Two-cook Kitchen
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Pull out spice racks near the range are amazingly convenient. These homeowners love to cook and entertain. They enjoy reading their impressive collection of cookbooks, trying out new recipes, and inviting their friends over to share good food. We had quite a bit of discussion about adding the second sink, but they agreed it might be useful, and now find it's a most practical...More
MLB Design Group
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Transitional Two-cook Kitchen
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In this view, a shallow cabinet is recessed into the wall between kitchen and dining rooms to hold wine glasses and crystal. I love to use wall space this way......it adds design interest -- this wood cabinetry matches the finish we used at the admin area -- but more important is the valuable storage added to the room at such a convenient location. The home is nearly 100 year...More
MLB Design Group
12 Reviews
Transitional Two-cook Kitchen
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The home is nearly 100 years old, and so the kitchen needed to defer to a traditional aesthetic, but in an updated, modern way. Crossville porcelain tile combines with Sonoma Tilemakers' Tantrum glass tile to wrap an existing chimney and decorate the backsplash at both sides of the kitchen. The "admin center" of this kitchen holds an impressive collection of vintage cookbooks...More
MLB Design Group
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Two-cook Kitchen
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I love this part of the kitchen that feels like a solarium on even the dreariest Seattle winter morning. The windows are original to this nearly 100 years old home, while the skylight was added way back when when a former outdoor porch was enclosed as interior space.
MLB Design Group
12 Reviews
Transitional Two-cook Kitchen
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Here's the primary cook's haven. Ample counter space at sink, refrigerator and range allow for efficient preparation of even the most complicated recipes.
MLB Design Group
12 Reviews
Transitional Two-cook Kitchen
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Leaded glass windows are original to this nearly 100-year old home. Crown molding and hidden appliances nod to that aesthetic while clean-lined recessed panel cabinetry, undermount sinks and a contemporary pendant light provide eclectic appeal. We stacked Sonoma Tilemakers' tantrum glass pieces to align with Crossville's porcelain bricks, and played that off of the more tradi...More
MLB Design Group
12 Reviews
Transitional Two-cook Kitchen
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The home is nearly 100 years old, and so the kitchen needed to defer to a traditional aesthetic, but in an updated, modern way. Crossville porcelain tile combines with Sonoma Tilemakers' Tantrum glass tile to wrap an existing chimney and decorate the backsplash at both sides of the kitchen. The "admin center" of this kitchen holds an impressive collection of vintage cookbooks...More
MLB Design Group
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Terrazzo Shower Bathroom
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You can see how the pony wall curves in this photo. We topped it with slate tile, then installed the glass block panels above.
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