Another manufacture would be Elk-
Hope this helps!
time I've seen that. Don't like it either.
can be seen in this pic, to be at least 12'. 2' deep counter on the top of the pic 3' walkway, 2' for the island, another 3' walkway, and another 2' for the counter on the bottom of the pic. 3' walkway would be pretty narrow though. the house my husband and I are building will have 4' on each side of
kitchen I've seen on Houzz these countertops are my absolute favorite! I looked at absolute black counters yesterday at the importer and liked but whatever is done here has me head over heels. any explaination or pointing to where I can get more info would be so appreciated. Thank you.
island be seen from, relationship to other furniture / cabinetry / lighting in the space, etc. before making a decision.
IMO, just on the facts presented here so far, I'd go with 3 @ 14".
The cabinetry is built in our own artisanal shop.
Here are a couple of YouTubes on what we do with cabinetry:
aving seen this project, the cabinet is not as deep as standard, to accomodate a cabinet on the other wall. The studs were turned to allow deeper drawers, so the drawers have greater depth (and functionality) than one would expect.
Back to the sink though, my guess is 15" wide by 12" deep with a standard
Hi gailkalden - you can find similar chairs here: http://www.inmod.com/calligaris-cruiser-chair-sled-base.html and in leather here: http://www.inmod.com/calligaris-cruiser-armless-chair-cs-1096-lh.html Thanks!
I've ever seen. If for some reason, money were no object, and I could have the most ostentatious kitchen in the world, I would still prefer this kitchen. It is obvious you used top quality stuff, but there is nothing pretentious or hoity-toity about it. Every aspect of it is just beautiful, and functional
can be seen at www.walkerzanger.com in the online catalog. If you would like to view the materials in person, let me know your zip code and I can give you information on the closest Walker Zanger showroom or certified dealer.