2545 E. Alameda CirContemporary Kitchen, Denver

Photography by Teri Fotheringham

Cabinetry Designed by:Aspen Leaf Kitchens Limited

Inspiration for a contemporary u-shaped enclosed kitchen remodel in Denver with stainless steel appliances, an undermount sink, shaker cabinets, beige cabinets, beige backsplash and mosaic tile backsplash —  Houzz
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This photo has 6 questions
hopemca wrote:Mar 8, 2013
  • Jessica Hodge
    Hi Teri, were you able to get the width of the kitchen? I am getting ready to remodel and am having the same issue at the person above. My kitchen is somewhat narrow. Thanks!
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    Teri Fotheringham Photography
    I am assuming it is 10 feet wide. I photographed it when it was for sale do don't have any direct contact with the seller. Sorry that I can not confirm this!
lazeelizard wrote:Apr 21, 2013
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    Teri Fotheringham Photography
    Thanks for the help!
  • Vicki Crews
    The butcher block cart is from Boos Butcher Block Company. Top is walnut. I ordered this cart yesterday for about $2200. Can't wait to use it!
Lisa Gavigan VanRyn wrote:Jan 3, 2015
taraleigh77 wrote:Dec 5, 2014
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    Teri Fotheringham Photography
    I'm sorry I don't. I was just the photographer on this project. Thanks for your question!
sampleyd wrote:Sep 27, 2014
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    Teri Fotheringham Photography
    They are slightly white-washed. I was just the photographer on this project. I wish I had more information for you!
lindaehrenreich wrote:Mar 2, 2014
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    Teri Fotheringham Photography
    I'm sorry I don't know what you are asking? I was also just the photographer so I'm sorry I don't have any more information for you.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Sarah Epstein added this to Tuck and Roll: How to Get More Counter Space in Your KitchenJan 22, 2018

Put It on WheelsBuilt-in islands can be tricky in narrow narrow kitchens because building codes often require a certain number of inches between appliances and fixed cabinetry for safety (typically 36 to 42 inches). If you haven’t got the space for an island but still want one, consider mounting a countertop on wheels so it can just be rolled out of the way when you want to use your oven or dishwasher. Use locking wheels — and remember to actually set them — to avoid runaways, unexpected travel or rolled-over toes.

Barbra Bright Design added this to Most Popular Features for a New Kitchen? A Pro Tells AllAug 23, 2017

Long and narrow. One option is to rethink the depth of your island. Not all islands are meant to have seating. Some simply function as another work surface with perhaps a bit of storage below. In this photo, the combination butcher block and stainless steel island adds a warm yet industrial element to a gray Transitional-style kitchen. The openness of the island adds an airy feeling to this galley kitchen space.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Bere Herrera added this to Casa Condado de AsturiasAug 17, 2019

Idea de cocina, ese tono blanco nos gusta

Nick Calvillo added this to Kitchen Idea BookJul 17, 2019

Unique island for a small kitchen

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