Contemporary comfort in Carmel Valley transitional-kitchen
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Contemporary comfort in Carmel Valley Transitional Kitchen, San Diego

Milan Kovacevic
Open concept kitchen - mid-sized transitional l-shaped porcelain floor open concept kitchen idea in San Diego with an undermount sink, recessed-panel cabinets, dark wood cabinets, quartzite countertops, brown backsplash, matchstick tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island — Houzz

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Tiffany wrote:
Where can i find the light fixture that's in between the pendants? - It's different and i'm looking for something different to light up my kitchen
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Oh Wow! It actually doesn't look like a vent! I was thinking all along that it was some awesome light fixture. You really got me on that one :-) and no, it still looks nice. Thanks for the response.

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I love everything about this kitchen!

annetoulouse wrote:
What is the ceiling height? Are the upper cabinets 48" cabinets? - What is the ceiling height? Are the upper cabinets 48" cabinets?
kriii wrote:
What counter top material did you use?
26WadeCt wrote:
Flush Mounted Range Hood - This flush mount installation is wonderful. Can you please provide the specific model number for this product that appears to be from Best?
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Gerry C wrote:
Flush Mounted Range Hood - That flush mounted range hood is FABULOUS! Can you tell me who makes the one you used, or recommend. Many thanks! Entire project very lovely.
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afuaye wrote:
Island dimension - Please what are the dimensions of this island?
Melody wrote:
What is the flooring?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Mitchell Parker added this to New This Week: Things You Maybe Didn’t Know an Island Could Have
3. Range With Ceiling-Mounted Vent + Microwave Designers: John Davies and John Ryan of Marrokal Design & RemodelingLocation: San DiegoHomeowners’ request. A kitchen fit for entertaining, with more openness between it and the living and dining areas. Island. A ceiling-mounted range hood allows for the range to be placed in the 48-by-120-inch island, preventing the visual impediment of a bulky range hood hanging down and letting the homeowners face guests or other family members while cooking. The island also holds the microwave on the end for a cleaner look along the perimeter cabinets and countertops. Ceiling-mounted range hood: Best; alder wood cabinets in Artesian style with full overlay in custom stain 76: Imperial Cabinets; Aequa Nix wood-look tile flooring, 8 by 32 inches, and Shimmer Abalone backsplash tile, 1 by 4 inches: Arizona Tile; TMD24JS microwave: Thermador; also on the team: Jake Laurie and Rick Clarke (design consultants) and Ian Nanson (project manager) of Marrokal Design & Remodeling, and Milan Kovacevic (photographer)See more of this homeMore4 Great Kitchens With Workhorse IslandsHow Much Room Do You Need for a Kitchen Island?Cool Storage Ideas From 2017’s Most Popular KitchensOther Resources on HouzzFind a kitchen designerBrowse kitchen lighting products

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Dark cabinets with white accents- LIKE!

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