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Example of a trendy kitchen design in Boston with shaker cabinets and green cabinets — Houzz

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kimwgreen wrote:
Are the cabinets, custom? Any info. about these corner drawers.thanks
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Flo Art Gallery
Amazing use of space,love it !!!!
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Melinda Sanborn
So Nice compared to the turntable days
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bnawrocki wrote:
La Fonda Olive? - Handsome light neutral green! Just double-checking, it's La Fonda Olive from Valspar? I picked up a color card from Valspar, and the photo seems much lighter than that.
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mrgeno
Love this detail but we did find it in a Denver 1912 Home of exceptional quality
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purkee1
It's probably due to the lighting.
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nbimom wrote:
Love the drawer hardware! - Can you please give the source and style of the cupped drawer pulls?
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nbimom
Thank you for your quick answer! Appreciate your time.
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masevela
tina, droo zako nzuri sana, nazipenda !( swahili from Tanzania) means, the drawers are very nice , I like them! Had i got the sketch i would try make it myself.
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rjscot wrote:
Not a question, just a compliment! - What a marvelous solution to interior corners in cabinetry- and done with Kristina's usual sense of style and panache. Love it!
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Kristina Crestin Design
Thanks for the compliment! I LOVE this photo too :)
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Mohammed Ali
I wanna download this pic
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sdstratford wrote:
how do save a photo for later review
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myrivers wrote:
Cabinets - Who made the cabinets?
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fredh1 wrote:
Please tell me the counter top material....they look great
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debcini wrote:
What material are your countertops? And what color? I love the depth.
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Shahin Lighting wrote:
Drawer dimensions? - What is the drawer dimensions? Width from both sides
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Vanessa Brunner added this to Kitchen of the Week: Modern Summer Camp Style in Maine
The window walls eliminated the potential for upper cabinetry, but the large footprint allowed for plenty of storage, including 36-inch-deep drawers in all the lower cabinets. A pantry behind the stove area holds big pots, serving dishes and small appliances not used every day.Counters: concrete, Stonecraft; paint: La Fonda Olive, Valspar
Mary Jo Bowling added this to Houzz Call: Show Us Your Best Kitchen Innovation
Dealing with kitchen corners is always a tricky business. Crestin solved the age-old problem with corner drawers made with angled fronts.
Anne Colby added this to Kitchen Confidential: 10 Ways to Promote Aging in Place
7. Make corners accessible. Blind corner cabinets won’t cut it. Yes, they provide ample storage space, but too often they turn into unofficial junk bins when you tire of getting on all fours to fetch the dish you need. Performing that bend-reach-lift motion also isn’t good for aging backs. Look for corner cabinet bases that effectively eliminate the need for rummaging and reaching. They aren’t all the same, though. You have options, be it a convenient three-drawer base (left) or a traditional Lazy Susan.

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pokoch added this to Kitchen Drawer/cabinet Storage Organization
Make corners accessible. Blind corner cabinets won’t cut it. Yes, they provide ample storage space, but too often they turn into unofficial junk bins when you tire of getting on all fours to fetch the dish you need. Performing that bend-reach-lift motion also isn’t good for aging backs. Look for corner cabinet bases that effectively eliminate the need for rummaging and reaching. They aren’t all the same, though. You have options, be it a convenient three-drawer base (left) or a traditional Lazy Susan.