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Example of a classic kitchen design in Cleveland
House of L
House of L
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Classic White KitchenTraditional Kitchen, Cleveland

In the design stages many details were incorporated in this classic kitchen to give it dimension since the surround cabinets, counters and backsplash were white. Polished nickel plumbing, hardware and custom grilles on feature cabinets along with the island pendants add shine, while finer details such as inset doors, furniture kicks on non-working areas and lofty crown details add a layering effect in the millwork. Photo by Pete Maric.

Example of a classic kitchen design in Cleveland —  Houzz

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johnson3817 wrote:Aug 19, 2012
I adore this kitchen! You did amazing work. Do you mind sharing the dimensions of the nook?

  • camillegartrell
    This gorgeous kitchen is absolutely my favorite on Houzz! You should have your own television show! How I wish you were here in L.A.
  • a_karber

    I've always been DYING to see what that nook looks like with a photo taken from the other side of the wall--looking back towards the right side of the photo. Is that all counter space with cabinets as well? I wondered if there was a separate walk-in pantry somewhere in this kitchen!


ejthomas wrote:Aug 24, 2012
This is stunning work. Would you please share the maker and model of the drawer pulls. Thank you.

  • PRO
    House of L
    Thank you so much for your generous compliment. The hardware for this kitchen were from Atlas hardware from their Sutton Collection 292-PN for the knobs and 291-PN for the 4" pulls.
nks1026 wrote:May 19, 2013
Ceiling and cabinet height - this kitchen is BEAUTIFUL! Do you mind sharing the ceiling and cabinet height.

- We have 10' high celings and are debating double stack cabinets or just tall with thick moulding - love the look of both!

  • lindsayrg
    I have 9 ft ceilings in my house and I love this kitchen!! Could you tell me the size of the cabinets and crown?
  • Linda McDonald
    Great cupboards
carol905 wrote:Jul 2, 2013
  • PRO
    House of L
    Hello. Thank you so much for your nice compliments! The Calacatta Gold is a beautiful stone and has a considerable color range from soft dove gray to a rich honey gold, making it extremely versatile and warm in a white kitchen. I selected the 3" x 6" size for the backsplash to try and capture as much of the color variation as possible and I think if you decided to go with the mosaic you would end up losing a good deal of what makes this stone so special. If you are planning on using it on your counter surface as well, be mindful of the fact that it requires regular maintenance as it will etch. Having a professional buffing it out every 6 months to a year will most definitely give you a lifetime of enjoyment. Good luck!
  • carol905
    Thankyou so much for your reply! You made my day! I was thrilled to say the least, that you would take the time to answer. And yes I'm a 51...lol From what I can see you're in high demand. Your design is EVERYWHERE!! My countertops are Star Galaxy (just installed) and I have the Navona Splitface over the stove. But I did learn something from your reply, the bigger the stone the bigger the stone pattern!! I'm wating for the 2 x 4 sample....hopefully it will be the honey/gold. The room is 48' long, so that's what's making me nervous as well. If I make a mistake, you can see it from everywhere!! Again thankyou for the infomative reply, and yes you should be blushing. A thankful Canadian
kerriefthompson wrote:Jul 6, 2013
are the ceilings 10 feet?

  • gloe
    No it's just a really high ceiling with nice crown moulding. I think you're right about a backdrop color. Thank you
  • PRO
    House of L
    You are so welcome!
sammiel wrote:Nov 3, 2013
    dianacmorris wrote:Jun 13, 2014
    • PRO
      House of L
      Hi there!
      Higher ceilings are great for added roominess and but can be a little challenging with cabinetry so they don't feel lost in the space. I would suggest trying to build your cabinets up to about 9' for the majority of the elevations and maybe going up slightly higher on certain things like your cooking area to add some interest. A larger, multi-piece crown that is at least 8"H will also help keep cabinet door sizes in check (warping can become an issue when doors exceed 4') while allowing the height of the room to be acknowledged. Is your ceiling flat or does it vault at all? Adding a coffer ceiling or boxed beams would look lovely with this style kitchen and help address the volume of this space while maintaining the level of detail found in the cabinets so the ceiling line doesn't feel ignored. I hope this helps and let me know if I can be of any more assistance. Please follow us on Houzz to see all our updates!!
    jjc13 wrote:Jun 28, 2014
      nancykinla wrote:Jun 8, 2017
      so pretty! What is the paint color and finish on the cabinets?

      • PRO
        House of L

        Thank you!

        I appreciate your kind feedback. The paint used in this kitchen was Farrow and Ball color Pointing 2003. I hope that helps!


        Best,


        Libby

      mcplimpton wrote:Feb 24, 2018
      Beautiful! May I know the knob brand. Atlas says "not theirs". Thanks!

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