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Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary dark wood floor eat-in kitchen remodel in New York with shaker cabinets, white cabinets, stainless steel appliances, an undermount sink, zinc countertops and an island

Built in Kitchen Storage Benches - Williamsburg RenovationContemporary Kitchen, New York

© Joe Fletcher Photography

Inspiration for a mid-sized contemporary dark wood floor eat-in kitchen remodel in New York with shaker cabinets, white cabinets, stainless steel appliances, an undermount sink, zinc countertops and an island —  Houzz
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turbo9 wrote:Jan 4, 2015
  • turbo9
    Right-o. No wonder it looks so unique. Thanks again for the quick response on what I'm sure is a busy day. ;)
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    GenuineAntiqueLighting.net

    Engaging. Great integration


    of materials.

glam1234 wrote:Nov 30, 2013
  • croscher
    Are you looking for a darker shade or lighter? Blue, green or brown undertones? I've been looking at quite a few B M gray paints.
  • glam1234
    I have grey counter and grey floor. I'm struggling with color. Silver fox, stone Harbour, Kendall charcoal (but may be too dark), Chelsea grey? Suggestions?
Kate Dahmen wrote:Sep 2, 2014
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    General Assembly
    Hi Kate, The table was custom made by a local millworker.
jocelynholt wrote:Aug 16, 2013
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    General Assembly
    Hi Jocelyn. Those are Eames Molded Plastic Eiffel Side Chairs. You can buy them at Design within Reach.
2cent wrote:Sep 2, 2012
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    Sherrie Lynn Harries
    Can you tell me what the dimensions of the table are please and where it can be purchased
goin4it wrote:Jul 23, 2012
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    General Assembly
    Hi it is a counter depth fridge, the photo is strangely deceptive! It is a Bosch, Model B22CS80SNS
Waleed Sethi wrote:Apr 9, 2013
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        linms1010 wrote:Jul 22, 2012

          What Houzz contributors are saying:

          lisabatsongoldberg
          LBG Interiors added this to 4 Easy Elements to Change Your Kitchen’s Color PaletteAug 3, 2017

          If custom cushions are pricier than your current budget allows, choose a color palette and feeling you want to capture, and search for premade options in your favorite colors. Mixing and matching different cushion finds can be a great way to create a custom look for less.Another inexpensive way to incorporate color is to gussy up your kitchen table. A patterned tablecloth or cloth napkins can have a similar brightening effect, on a much smaller budget.

          anniekendall
          Annie Thornton added this to Houzz Call: Show Us Your Windowsill GardenFeb 7, 2017

          Your turn: Show us your windowsill gardens. Grab your camera or phone and snap a great photo of your indoor garden. Share it in the Comments below and look for a follow-up that may include your windowsill. MoreHappy Houseplants, Happy People10 Top Plants to Grow Indoors

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          Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to How to Use Full-Scale Decor to Make a Small Space Feel BiggerNov 26, 2014

          Large art. In general, using fewer, large pieces creates a look that says you had lots of room to work with, rather than less than you wanted, and this is especially important on vertical surfaces (as the eye notices these first).

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          creative jewish mom.com added this to The Perfect Houseplant for People Who Kill HouseplantsJun 15, 2013

          Pothos is just one of the many plants growing in this lush windowsill garden, and the use of blue growing bags, rather than pots, is in tune with the easy style of the space.

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          Laura Gaskill added this to Budget Decorator: 25 Fab Projects With 1 Paint CanAug 13, 2012

          15. Kitchen + a teensy bit of paint = stenciled wall art. Make a statement with a single oversize number or letter, carefully stenciled.

          What Houzzers are commenting on:

          gunde2
          gunde2 added this to living roomApr 22, 2019

          Large art. In general, using fewer, large pieces creates a look that says you had lots of room to work with, rather than less than you wanted, and this is especially important on vertical surfaces (as the eye notices these first).

          sugarcube100
          sugarcube100 added this to Tom & KathrinApr 21, 2019

          So sieht es mit Kombination von 2 Stühlen aus

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