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Deep Blue Kitchen Larchmont Manor

Transitional Kitchen, New York

A hip young family moving from Boston tackled an enormous makeover of an antique colonial revival home in downtown Larchmont. The kitchen area was quite spacious but benefitted from a small bump out for a banquette and additional windows. Navy blue island and tall cabinetry matched to Benjamin Moore’s Van Deusen blue is balanced by crisp white (Benjamin Moore’s Chantilly Lace) cabinetry on the perimeter. The mid-century inspired suspended fireplace adds warmth and style to the kitchen. A tile covered range hood blends the ventilation into the walls. Brushed brass hardware by Lewis Dolan in a contemporary T-bar shape offer clean lines in a warm metallic tone. White Marble countertops on the perimeter are balanced by white quartz composite on the island. Kitchen design and custom cabinetry by Studio Dearborn. Countertops by Rye Marble. Refrigerator--Subzero; Range—Viking French door oven--Viking. Dacor Wine Station. Dishwashers—Bosch. Ventilation—Best. Hardware—Lewis Dolan. Lighting—Rejuvenation. Sink--Franke. Stools—Soho Concept. Photography Adam Kane Macchia.
Kitchen - large transitional l-shaped brown floor and dark wood floor kitchen idea in New York with a double-bowl sink, shaker cabinets, blue cabinets, quartz countertops, white backsplash, stainless steel appliances, an island and subway tile backsplash - Houzz
Studio Dearborn
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aydcbb wrote:July 26, 2017
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    Studio Dearborn
    3 years ago

    The wall ovens are by Viking! Thanks for your interest in Studio Dearborn.

  • Claude
    7 months ago

    What finish is the paint on the island? It looks like suede, and I wonder if it shows stains more... It is beautiful!

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too much stainless - ovens/fridge