11th Street ResidenceMediterranean Kitchen, Los Angeles

Tuscan l-shaped red floor kitchen photo in Los Angeles with stainless steel appliances, shaker cabinets and white cabinets —  Houzz
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Steph wrote:November 17, 2013
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Joanna White wrote:November 10, 2013
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    Love the floor also. I have yet to meet a contractor willing to do poured concrete.
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    I know a great CONCRETE Guy love his work
Julie theoperadiva wrote:April 28, 2012
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    Bali Wood Slab makes dining table from slab wood like this too. We export selling retail to many countries. See here www. BaliWoodSlab .com
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countrynome wrote:January 27, 2012
  • bepsf
    Appears to be a Pigmented, Scored and Waxed Concrete slab
Jill Beidleman Jaworski wrote:May 18, 2016
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      evillaflor wrote:July 24, 2012

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        tiffanycarboni
        Tiffany Carboni added this to Which Is for You — Kitchen Table or Island?October 10, 2013

        While most of HartmanBaldwin’s clients still prefer to have a kitchen island if they have room for it, some families are bucking the trend. These homeowners “are artists and wanted a long dining table within the kitchen where they could enjoy large dinner parties as well as a space to work on their art projects,” says Karla Rodriguez, HartmanBaldwin’s marketing director.Kitchen tables double as prep space. Islands obviously provide great prep space, as they often include a sink, dishwasher and trash disposal. But if you can find room for those features along the perimeter of your kitchen, you might be able to eschew the island for a central dining table that can double as a superb workstation. “For this kitchen we knew the clients would have enough workspace, thanks to the size of the table and its proximity to the cooking triangle, which gives them all the benefits of an island without an actual island,” says Rodriguez. “With today’s modern family, we find that more and more homeowners are requesting that their new kitchen design incorporate a workstation for everyone,” says Tim Campos, HartmanBaldwin’s marketing coordinator. “The simple reason: The kitchen has now become the general hub for the family, and clients want a space that also accommodates everyday tasks such as homework, crafts etc.”While eat-at islands surely offer a suitable platform, some folks prefer the warm homeyness of a central table.

        lolalina
        Laura Gaskill added this to 6 Ways to Rethink the Kitchen IslandOctober 8, 2013

        An old wooden table with a rich patina warms up any kitchen but works especially well when the kitchen opens to a wider living space. Add a soft rug underfoot to boost the comfort factor even more.

        debbiesnider
        Debbie Snider added this to Put Your Collection on ShowJuly 15, 2011

        Above kitchen cabinets. Why not use that space above your kitchen cabinets to showcase your collection? These musical instruments are up high for all to see (and out of harm's way).

        jasonballinteriordesign
        JASON BALL interior design added this to Kitchens Designed for GatheringJune 30, 2011

        The kitchen table: an idea that deserves a second look. In the tradition of the European kitchen, a table in the kitchen creates a cozy eating environment where dinner goes from being cooked to the dinner table in mere steps. By placing an ornate area rug under the table, this space feels more like a dining room than a kitchen. It reminds me of a chef's table in a high-end restaurant.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        cveety
        Carrie Veety added this to revisionsNovember 17, 2019

        We also played with the idea of having a large dining table in the kitchen instead of an island - and keeping chairs on one or two sides so it mostly functions like an island with seating on one area and prep space in the other. worried we might need the cabinet space you get with an actual island though.

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