Breezy BrentwoodTraditional Kitchen, Los Angeles

Inspiration for a timeless kitchen remodel in Los Angeles with glass-front cabinets and white cabinets —  Houzz
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allmarblehead wrote:Mar 18, 2013
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    Sheridan Designs
    My number for CJS Woodworking is 805 526-9100
  • wcdoran
    Love the white on white
timm807 wrote:Feb 10, 2013
allmarblehead wrote:Mar 18, 2013
  • sbrown2579

    read up on the knobs; she answered at the beginning

  • Alison Madrey

    Quartz is higher end than granite in most instances... but why the idea that kitchen materials must be luxurious? It isn't a forgone conclusion.

jefangtay wrote:Oct 3, 2013
  • Bella D

    Which brand of cabinets did you use? All of the photos look amazing - love it.

  • ximib

    Are the cabinets' shelves wood or glass?

ideas111 wrote:Jul 19, 2014
  • shopalot
    it's honed absolute black granite (someone already asked)
  • shopalot
    It is tagged as leathered absolute black granite also.
Ev Levin Gerisch wrote:Apr 17, 2014
  • debgarbo
    I LOVE your work. This idea is perfect for opening the old Florida room to the kitchen in a florida ranch I am renovating. Thank you!
  • Shera Fingerman
    What brand is the hanging glass door cabinet?
jefangtay wrote:Oct 3, 2013
  • charlottesmith
    what were the counter tops made of -
    granite - other?
  • chriskitchen08
    What size and name are the hardware handles? Love the look for my soon to be remodeled kitchen.
doyledog1 wrote:Jul 11, 2013
  • mckenziedianne
    by whom are the knobs and handles or where were they purchased
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    Wholesale Flooring Orange County
    This is a great looking floor. My firm has an account with Garrison and we install their products all the time. I have their hand scraped Maple in my own home. Let me know if you need help sourcing it.
Jean Lista wrote:Jun 16, 2013
  • katscottholl
    Your work is absolutely beautiful. What are your thoughts on polished nickel hardware with the West Elm globes?
  • PRO
    Jill Wolff Interior Design
    I think it would be fine......
lainbo wrote:Apr 18, 2013
  • kopca
    love the white on white… what color are the cabinets?
  • PRO
    Jill Wolff Interior Design
    White Dove, benjamin moore
Kathryn Peterson wrote:Feb 27, 2016
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    Jill Wolff Interior Design

    You can find blind options in many places. These particular shades are from Custom Blind and Carpet in Tarzana, but you can also find blind options online.

  • Kathryn Peterson

    Thank you for the information. I am trying to put shades on french doors and there are limited choices.

Ei Keidel wrote:Dec 7, 2015
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    Jill Wolff Interior Design

    Hello. These cabinets were custom made for this job. Cabinet maker: CJS Woodworking in Westlake.

  • marla_wolfe
    are cabinets with glass doors on both sides available commercially anywhere you know of? we live in Nashville, TN
Amanda Parisi wrote:Jan 26, 2014
  • kweidow
    I would also like to know. I saw the depth of cabinets.wondering how long the wall is
  • T. K.
    Do you know the height of the room?
Decore-ative Specialties wrote:Apr 22, 2013
Bradwell and McCullough wrote:Jan 20, 2013
jodiboat2001 wrote:Sep 11, 2014
Elaine Stone wrote:Oct 12, 2013
  • jweezer
    Are the counters Corian?
nrichieri wrote:Apr 17, 2013
  • ruthmand
    Our uppers in a similar situation start at 70" above floor and we are very happy with that height. It eliminates some glass storage space but allows for a wide open view into the next room. We had them lower prior to a remodel and were always ducking under them to look into the dining/living area. At 70" even a tall person's vision is not restricted by the cabinets. Besides, it makes the counter more usable on both sides and you can put taller items there, such as a vase with flowers or candle sticks.
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              april272011 wrote:Mar 11, 2013

                What Houzz contributors are saying:

                Shane D. Inman added this to 8 Beautiful Ways to Work Glass Into Your Kitchen CabinetsApr 5, 2013

                1. Glass-front peninsula cabinets. Some kitchens have a peninsula that divides the cooking space and another adjacent space (often the dining room). Peninsulas are accessible on three sides. Although peninsula storage is practical, many homeowners feel that it can close the kitchen off. Adding upper glass-front cabinets to the peninsula allows for light and creates a more open feeling.Brighten the kitchen with undercabinet lighting

                What Houzzers are commenting on:

                Danette Scudder added this to moxie32's ideasSep 2, 2019

                Contrasting cabinet pulls/knobs

                smpetrell added this to Bayshore IdeasAug 31, 2019

                End cabinet with glass on both sides

                ottoson added this to Round Knobs & Rectangular PullsAug 29, 2019

                Round Knobs & Rectangular Pulls

                Parker added this to My ideasAug 17, 2019

                two-sided glass cabinets between kitchen and dining (ours would be shorter, with more space between counter and cabinet)

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