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Kitchen - contemporary kitchen idea in New York with concrete countertops and open cabinets

Concrete Counters with Suspended Shelving above

Suspended Shelving with concrete counter tops below and custom cabinetry. New staircase for split level house. © Joe Fletcher Photography

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Dara Tilghman wrote:June 25, 2012
    Jennifer Brandl_Howlett wrote:July 12, 2012
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      Yes - the wood is notched.
    • Casey Aboulafia
      Would you be able to share the custom millworker's info? I am looking for something just like this!
    ellenmartinny wrote:December 10, 2012
    Can you please tell who makes the ceiling light fixture. Thanks.

      designmunkey wrote:January 12, 2013
      The cabinet under the counter. Concrete? How was it done?

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        Hi DesignMunkey, The cabinet was a concrete panel that was poured into formwork offsite and then installed once the cabinets were in.
      • designmunkey
        Is it just a facing or is it structural? Any chance there are pix of the inside and how the parts work together?
      kfrancese wrote:February 7, 2013
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        We installed a steel plate in the ceiling in order to provide support. You will definitely want to plan on installing some sort of blocking in the ceiling in addition to your existing joists/framing to support something like this!
      alanswann wrote:July 29, 2013
      Love the suspended shelving --- where can I order from as I need asap

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        Hi Alan, Those shelves were custom design for that space and fabricated by local millworkers here in Brooklyn.
      suzistell wrote:April 24, 2014
        ninevolt27 wrote:December 26, 2016
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          Hi Ninevolt,

          There is a possibility that you can screw them into studs, but I would be hesitant to use that as your only support. I don't know how long your shelves are or what they are made of, but the weight adds up very quickly. I recommend having a contractor or architect come over and assess the situation prior to install. Best of luck!

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