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Kitchen - traditional kitchen idea in Phoenix with shaker cabinets, a farmhouse sink, white cabinets, granite countertops and paneled appliances —  Houzz
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hydrangealover wrote:Oct 20, 2011
  • hydrangealover
    it absolutely will ~ THANKS AGAIN!!
  • angie1226
    What model of fridge is this?
nancyewilson wrote:May 6, 2011
  • cad4design
    It could be Classico White Quartz. If so, it is mined in fairly standard-sized slabs.

    Miki Katz, Creative Abstract Designs, Inc.
    Munster, Indiana
  • breezygirl
    Under "more info" it lists the stone as Kashmir White granite.
Audrey Hennefer wrote:Mar 6, 2012
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    Pankow Construction - Design/Remodeling - PHX, AZ
    Audrey, its is an elkay beverage sink. Our client uses to chill wines/ other beverages when they are entertaining. It has a drain so at the end of the party all the ice can drain to the waste line. They also place potted plants in it when it is not in use, this way they can water them and not have to worry about water overflowing.
  • akcorcoran
    I noticed it doesn't have water (a faucet) - do they simply fill a container and pour over when watering or cleaning the sink? We're considering this in a wet bar but there is no full sink on the same side. thx!
hartz wrote:Aug 20, 2011
  • wishfulthinkinginmn

    Just a comment as I worked in a snack bar during college breaks that had an undercounter microwave and found it very user unfriendly. To see what was in it, I had to either squat down or bend at the waist. Biomechanically speaking, it was body unfriendly (from a physical therapist point of view).

  • wishfulthinkinginmn

    I'm sorry, when I chose to comment it went to the wrong photo post - I love the built in microwave at eye level!

hhyndman wrote:Jun 22, 2011
Ashley wrote:May 31, 2011
Stacy Zanine wrote:Jan 4, 2014
  • antcollen
    Looks like Bianco Romano! I just looked at slabs at MSI Stone Edison NJ
Tony Valentine wrote:Mar 5, 2012
Natalie A. Lewis wrote:Jan 24, 2012
  • sortinom
    I like the color of the countertop. Is it granite? What is the name of the color?
artistheart wrote:Nov 16, 2013
    angie1226 wrote:Nov 6, 2012
      mchristinemc wrote:Jan 18, 2012

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        KitchenLab Interiors added this to Kitchen Solution: The Main Sink in the IslandJun 21, 2011

        For years there was a trend of putting the cooktop in the island, but it was never a design I was crazy about. The reason: Unless you do a downdraft hood, you end up blocking the view you’re trying to open by using an island in the first place. And while downdrafts might work well enough, they don’t work as well as canopy hoods. The nice thing about putting the main sink in the island in lieu of the cooktop is that you get to use pendant lighting and keep the space feeling open and airy.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        1kissncoffee added this to Open Kitchen Ideas4 days ago

        Coffee bar area & larger island

        vjs12 added this to KitchenJul 10, 2019

        Microwave could look like this but put a cabinet above it.

        Melissa Huston added this to E 13th StJun 29, 2019

        I don’t like these particular lights, but I like that pendants can hang off the track over the island

        wcbw added this to KitchenJun 25, 2019

        farmhouse sink in island and lighting

        Colleen Wyrick added this to KitchenJun 9, 2019

        microwave placement in the upper cabinets

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