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Example of a large transitional light wood floor and beige floor open concept kitchen design in New York with an undermount sink, shaker cabinets, light wood cabinets, marble countertops, white backsplash, marble backsplash, stainless steel appliances, an island and white countertops
Studio Dearborn
Studio Dearborn
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Classic With a New Angle

Transitional Kitchen, New York

This expansive Victorian had tremendous historic charm but hadn’t seen a kitchen renovation since the 1950s. The homeowners wanted to take advantage of their views of the backyard and raised the roof and pushed the kitchen into the back of the house, where expansive windows could allow southern light into the kitchen all day. A warm historic gray/beige was chosen for the cabinetry, which was contrasted with character oak cabinetry on the appliance wall and bar in a modern chevron detail. Kitchen Design: Sarah Robertson, Studio Dearborn Architect: Ned Stoll, Interior finishes Tami Wassong Interiors

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Jeannie Matteucci added this to Kitchen of the Week: Leafy Views and Smart StorageMarch 6, 2020

To the left of the range is a pullout for utensils. Nearby, floating rift-cut oak shelves display bowls, a cake stand...

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parrymm added this to Kitchen5 hours ago

open shelves