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Brooklyn Heights AdditionTraditional Dining Room, New York

Kitchen banquette seen from dining room. Brooklyn Heights brownstone renovation by Ben Herzog, Architect in conjunction with designer Elizabeth Cooke-King. Photo by Michael Lee.

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susanti wrote:May 13, 2012
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    We can have this exact style of chandelier made for you if you are interested. Please contact us for further details and the style is know as a Spiral Venetian

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lizzyw wrote:Apr 24, 2013
  • Zoey Coco
    What is the size of the Pull? I've only found one Oval and it's 6 3/4" X 2.5" with a Bead around the edge, does seem like the one you have shown here? They call it Nastagia Pocket Door Pull? Thank you!
  • FK
    Van morris has a similar one (if not the same)
Constance wrote:Sep 25, 2012
  • Constance
    Thanks Ben - I love your work.
  • mohrmank
    What is fabric color?
Brendan McConville wrote:Sep 22, 2012
  • Brendan McConville
    Thanks Ben. I must have a thing for Elizabeth Cooke King's design sense! But you guys did an amazing job on this house. From the mantles, to stair redo to drop dead elegant iron work in the back. When I hit the lottery, I'll be giving you a call. thanks!
  • privada
    I love the chandelier! Where can I buy it?
jan9 wrote:Jul 1, 2012
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    Ben Herzog
    Hi this is Sophia from Ben's office. You know, its actually a bit hard to tell, I think it is clear glass but in some photos it looks like it has a tint of beige in it. There are two other very obviously clear glass chandeliers at the parlor level in different shapes. The smokey hue in the kitchen chandelier may be from the thickness and shape of the glass.
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    Murano Art Glass Australia
    Hi Jan

    The colour of this type of glass is known as FUME or Smoke in Venice and the style of Chandeliers is known as the Venetian Spirale. We can produce this same chandelier for you so if you are interested, please contact me at salesandsupport@italiandecor-glasslights.com for more info

    Dean
tbkreno wrote:Dec 17, 2012
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    Ben Herzog
    Hi, It is a 6'-4" wide opening. The house is 25' wide with the kitchen in the back (part of it seen here). This view is looking from the dining room which is in the center with a living room up front. Hope this helps.
loriv59 wrote:Mar 25, 2012
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    Ben Herzog
    Hi- it is a Saarinen table base with a custom top made from the same stone as the kitchen counters- azul macuba. This was designed by the interior designer, Elizabeth Cooke-King.
akresch wrote:Nov 5, 2015
    Amanda Seale wrote:Mar 1, 2014

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      baanthony
      Bryan Anthony added this to Photo Flip: 91 Kitchen Banquettes to Start Your Morning RightJul 7, 2015

      16. This traditional breakfast banquette in a Brooklyn Heights, New York, brownstone includes custom white cabinets constructed by Hemingway Custom Cabinetry and a smoky glass chandelier.

      becky
      Becky Harris added this to Style Guide: Bistro ChairsJun 1, 2012

      This variation on the original bentwood chair is the Era chair. Reproductions are available in natural wood and in an array of bright colors. It is available with a caned or solid seat.

      becky
      Becky Harris added this to Breakfast Nooks, Sunny Side UpMar 7, 2012

      7. If your nook is not in a bay, place it close to windows or doors. French doors and transom windows combined with white-painted walls and light floors provide plenty of light for this tucked-aside, curved breakfast spot.

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      cwd234 added this to Flex Room3 days ago

      Flex room door with upper transom

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      Heather Sato added this to Kitchen and Dining Room InspriationJan 31, 2019

      Also like the curve of this banquette, and the corner display shelves above. Also might work for the ADU. Not sure about the colors.

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