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Contemporary KitchenContemporary Kitchen, Seattle

Example of a trendy kitchen design in Seattle with stainless steel appliances, stainless steel countertops, recessed-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, white backsplash and stone slab backsplash —  Houzz
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lynnerlew wrote:Jul 12, 2015
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    who made the cabinets and what stain color and wood are they? Thanks.

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    NB Design Group, Inc

    Hi lynnerlew and kchuray,

    The cabinets are rift white oak custom stained with a dry-brush glaze by Vision Woodworks Fine Custom Cabinetry in Maple Valley, Washington.

mom1961 wrote:Apr 27, 2014
cjkirsch wrote:Oct 4, 2016
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    NB Design Group, Inc

    Hi cjkirsch,

    Thanks for your inquiry! These tiles are the 6" x 12" Artilla tile in Tobacco by Ann Sacks (since discontinued).

Rob Rosner wrote:Jun 25, 2014
kissandpart wrote:Oct 31, 2013
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    NB Design Group, Inc

    Hi kissandpart,

    The raised bar is approximately 7'-7.5" wide and 1'-2" deep.

marshabise wrote:Dec 18, 2012
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    NB Design Group, Inc

    Hi marshabise,

    Thank you! The cabinets are rift white oak custom stained with a dry-brush glaze by Vision Woodworks Fine Custom Cabinetry in Maple Valley, Washington.

    The floor tiles are the 6" x 12" Artilla tile in Tobacco by Ann Sacks (since discontinued).


minni wrote:Nov 28, 2012
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    NB Design Group, Inc
    Hi Minni,

    The Miele convection oven that was installed flush with the casework so that it was seamlessly integrated into the island. The wood framing around it coordinated with the other casework so as to maintain a consistent language.
josprung wrote:Jan 2, 2012
Jackie Henderson wrote:Feb 10, 2013

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    barbrabright
    Barbra Bright Design added this to Details That Count: Tips for Range Hoods, Appliances and LightingJun 22, 2017

    5. Move the warming drawer up. There was a time when the warming drawer was routinely located beneath the double oven stack. In many ways this made functional sense, since it was near the ovens. But over time, many people ceased to use them since they were so low, making accessibility a challenge. These days it’s all about function. Place your warming drawer at counter level and close to your cooking appliance.

    vanessa_brunner
    Vanessa Brunner added this to Kitchen of the Week: Old Meets New in the NorthwestDec 30, 2011

    The green hutch just beyond the kitchen was another element from the client's original home. The hutch was brought into the house and surrounded by built-ins with leaded glass doors to hold the a ceramic collection. The stainless-steel counters were extended into the countertop surrounding the range, making the area easy to clean. A warming drawer next to the oven is a luxurious touch. Ann Sacks terracotta flooring tile adds warm contrast to the more contemporary stainless steel and marble elements. Range, Oven, Warming drawer: MieleArchitecture by Castanes ArchitectsPhotography by Aaron LeitzMore Kitchens of the Week: A Warm and Eco-Friendly UpdateAn Open and Light-Filled TransformationBig, Bold and Red in Texas

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    sciaffredo
    Stacie C added this to KitchenMay 15, 2019

    layout of island with cooktop, not modern design style. do we want a hood or a down draft vent?

    sabra_schroder
    sabra_schroder added this to Kitchen planningMay 5, 2019

    Move the warming drawer up. There was a time when the warming drawer was routinely located beneath the double oven stack. In many ways this made functional sense, since it was near the ovens. But over time, many people ceased to use them since they were so low, making accessibility a challenge. These days it’s all about function. Place your warming drawer at counter level and close to your cooking appliance.

    corinnebrown
    Corinne Brown ASID, Inc., dba Brown Design Group added this to SCOTTApr 9, 2019

    drawer panel detail, just to see what difference this level of detail makes

    clairemurph
    clairemurph added this to AppliancesApr 5, 2019

    Raise the warmer drawer up to counter height OR move close to serving area as in comment below: In my primary house kitchen, the warming drawer is placed under the speed oven /mw and a few steps from the main ovens. It is on the far side of the kitchen from the serving area. When I serve buffet style, (which is they way I do all my entertaining), I have to place hot trays/food warmers and move the warmed food to point of service. In my vacation home kitchen I am redoing, I am placing the warming drawer near the dining areas (both indoor and outdoor) and point of service (not near the ovens) to eliminate the extra steps of transferring food and having warming trays. This way I also keep guests out of the main food prep area. As I have many overnight guests, I can place the cooked breakfast dishes there and early risers as well as late risers can serve themselves at different times of the morning. As you say, one has to look at how the kitchen should function for one's own specific needs.

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