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Open concept kitchen - contemporary u-shaped white floor open concept kitchen idea in Los Angeles with a double-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, solid surface countertops, white backsplash, glass sheet backsplash, stainless steel appliances and a peninsula

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Open concept kitchen - contemporary u-shaped white floor open concept kitchen idea in Los Angeles with a double-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, solid surface countertops, white backsplash, glass sheet backsplash, stainless steel appliances and a peninsula —  Houzz
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nycmommy wrote:Mar 30, 2014
penbram wrote:Apr 16, 2012
  • Gina Johnson
    One of my favorite things about the lighter granites is that there are lots of options depending on the room and cabinetry. I would suggest going with a strip/straw backsplash (like the one attached) for a more modern, brighter look. If you're aiming for something warmer, then there is sure to be a tumbled marble mosaic tile that would complement very well.
  • penbram
    Oooh, like that. Will look for it.
le_grosd wrote:Jul 17, 2012
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    Mal Corboy Design
    Sadly this is now a deleted model, hence not showing on their website.
shannonrae2321 wrote:Feb 19, 2014
gingerbuckley wrote:Jul 31, 2013
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    Mal Corboy Design
    Hi, these windows were already in the home, sorry unable to help.

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Jennifer Ott Design added this to Kitchen FAQs: Selecting Your Sink MaterialJul 14, 2013

Stainless SteelBy far the most popular material for kitchen sinks, stainless steel sinks are heat and stain resistant and are available in a variety of types, styles and sizes. I recommend going for a brushed or satin finish rather than a mirror finish — water marks and scratches will be less noticeable. Also, look for sinks that have sound-absorbing pads on the bottom. Consumer Reports recently tested stainless steel sinks and found that these pads, rather than sound-absorbing spray or a thicker gauge of steel, performed best in reducing the noise commonly associated with stainless steel sinks.Prices for stainless steel sinks run the gamut, but you can get a decent quality stainless steel sink for not a lot of money, making it my pick for those on a tight budget.Cost: $100 to $800 is typical, but prices can go higher depending on gauge, size and mounting type.More: Stainless Steel Shines for Affordability and Strength

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Judy Malloy added this to KristyMar 31, 2019

Kitchen - lights above counters

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rachel rodgers added this to ID41 San Fran House ResearchMar 2, 2019

custom molding 3 chings term: collisions of geometry cabinets that flow into molding with lights

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Barbara Bogart added this to kitchenFeb 10, 2019

possibility?--wood accent nice tie in to living room?

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