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Contemporary KitchenContemporary Kitchen, Los Angeles

Trendy u-shaped enclosed kitchen photo in Los Angeles with glass-front cabinets, stainless steel appliances, an undermount sink, white cabinets, white backsplash and subway tile backsplash —  Houzz
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This photo has 23 questions
lavonne978 wrote:Jul 5, 2012
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    Michael Kelley Photography
    Good stuff, thaks Kesse!
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    My Designer Touch
    as long as you have 15" opening (not door size) you can put a magic corner pull out which is a great thing!!!! but it's pretty pricy!! I think,
Toni DiLeo wrote:Jul 21, 2013
  • Michael Stuehler
    Looks like soapstone to me
  • elship
    he is not answering questions because he is the photographer…don't waste your time
Charlotte Warren wrote:Feb 12, 2013
  • jenklen
    What are the dimensions of the area of the kitchen in the photo? Thanks!!
  • 715wprospectst
    what is the size of your range hood?
Gabriela Richardson wrote:Nov 29, 2012
  • virginiaritter
    Mr. Kelley, you don't like this kitchen and know nothing about it. Why then are you responding at all if you only offer the fact that you dislike the kitchen and you are only the photographer. It really is annoying.
  • eclharn
    When he said that he's not "keen on" the design, I don't think he meant that he doesn't like the design, only that he doesn't have knowledge of the design.
aeherbst wrote:Jun 9, 2012
  • aeherbst
    Thank you!
  • aeherbst
    Great kitchen :-)
dale_dunnigan wrote:Aug 11, 2013
janeaschwartz wrote:Apr 30, 2013
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    Futuro Futuro Kitchen Range Hoods
    There was a similar question posted a couple of days ago - check out the discussion: https://www.houzz.com/discussions/need-help-with-backsplash-dsvw-vd~455005

    There are several options:

    1.) Run the backsplash up to the hood, and leave the rest of the wall with flat painted color (attached example on the right).
    2.) Run the backsplash up to the top of the cabinets, and have a contrasting or matching color "strip" above.
    3.) Run the backsplash all the way up to the ceiling.
    4.) Fill in the entire space with backsplash, but make the area between the hood and the cooktop stand out with a different color/pattern/texture (attached example on the left).
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    Michael Kelley Photography
    Great suggestions - thanks!
richardparker wrote:Sep 21, 2012
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    Michael Kelley Photography
    I wouldn't exactly call it big, either!
  • Lena Alexandrou
    You are right, not big but also not small! Is a good size kitchen and I quite like it!
Haitham Ali wrote:Sep 10, 2012
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    Michael Kelley Photography
    Not sure - I'm just the photographer! I'd venture a guess and say about 9 feet wide and 10-11 feet from the camera to the window.
  • bdalder12
    To get the dimensions just add up the counter space. Ex: sink cabinet is either 30 or 36, D/W is 24 and the counter depth on each side is 25 so you are likely looking at a kitchen that is 9 feet wide. Open floor between counters is five feet. Depth wise it adds up to be 10 feet so the kitchen would be 9 X 10
    I am NOT a photographer !
chenxiwang wrote:Jun 28, 2012
  • Sherri Allen
    what is the countertop material. thanks
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    Michael Kelley Photography
    Wish I could help - I am just the photographer, not the designer! Sorry!
pmswanson wrote:Sep 20, 2013
bornfree49 wrote:Sep 19, 2013
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    Michael Kelley Photography
    Hi, unfortunately I am the photographer and am not keen on the design details of this space. Sorry I can't be of more help.
gbroome wrote:Jul 24, 2013
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    Michael Kelley Photography
    Hi, unfortunately I am the photographer and am not keen on the design details of this space. Sorry I can't be of more help.
cutleralex wrote:Jun 1, 2013
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    Michael Kelley Photography
    Sorry, I am only the photography and not the designer so I'm not 100% on that information.
aparnapjain wrote:Nov 4, 2012
kirkland511 wrote:Oct 13, 2012
hannuf wrote:Aug 30, 2012
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    Michael Kelley Photography
    Unfortunately I can't help with that one as I was only hired by the interior designer to shoot the space. Sorry!!
bethannmcgrath wrote:Aug 26, 2012
syb1 wrote:Aug 15, 2012
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    Michael Kelley Photography
    I am not sure - I am only the photographer and not very knowledgable about the counter tops here.
cjk316 wrote:Jun 27, 2012
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    Granite Grannies
    Based on the cabinets, that's 36" + standard dishwasher @ 30" so probably about 66".

What Houzz contributors are saying:

vanessa_brunner
Vanessa Brunner added this to Open vs. Closed Kitchens — Which Style Works Best for You?Jul 18, 2013

Cons of a Closed LayoutOf course, a closed-off kitchen’s isolation also can be its main downfall. This layout doesn’t allow for direct access from the kitchen to the dining table, or vice versa. And it’s difficult to interact with friends and family while whipping up meals, since most of the room is reserved for the work triangle.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

s_mohit
S Mohit added this to Small kitchen update5 days ago

similar to our kitchen layout and size

joanne_qualler
Joanne Qualler added this to Kitchen Style I likeJun 15, 2019

cabinets do not go up to ceiling, we like the crown molding

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Jess O'D added this to KitchenApr 27, 2019

I like the cabinets here- just contemporary enough - not overboard and some glass. this makes me wonder if I want dark counters though? Perhaps this with some wood accents?

jessica_hammond18
Jessica Hammond added this to KitchenApr 24, 2019

Colour scheme and glass doors on cabinets

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