Large transitional l-shaped medium tone wood floor and brown floor eat-in kitchen photo in Chicago with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, white backsplash, marble backsplash, paneled appliances, an island and white countertops

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Transitional Kitchen, Chicago

Mia Rao Design created a classic modern kitchen for this Chicago suburban remodel. The dark stain on the rift cut oak, slab style cabinets adds warmth and contrast against the white Calacatta porcelain. The large island and built-in breakfast nook allow for plenty of seating options
Large transitional l-shaped medium tone wood floor and brown floor eat-in kitchen photo in Chicago with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, white backsplash, marble backsplash, paneled appliances, an island and white countertops - Houzz
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deerie123deerie123 wrote:December 16, 2019
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    Great question. Overall, they are pretty comparable. The porcelain material is generally less expensive, but the fabrication and installation requires a specialty installer, so the labor is more costly.

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Erin Carlyle added this to Before and After: 5 Open Kitchens That Work With Adjacent SpacesFebruary 28, 2020

After: Designer Mia Rao brought more light into the kitchen by enlarging the window above the sink and selecting white...

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Erica Smith added this to Erica's Ideas7 hours ago

Water spout over stove