GContemporary Kitchen, Indianapolis

This kitchen was totally transformed from the existing floor plan. I used a mix of horizontal walnut grain with painted cabinets. A huge amount of storage in all the drawers as well in the doors of the cooker hood and a little bread storage pull out that is usually wasted space. My signature corner drawers this time just having 2 drawers as i wanted a 2 drawer look all around the perimeter.You will see i even made the sink doors "look" like 2 drawers. There is a designated cooking area which my client loves with all his knives/spices/utensils etc all around him. I reduced the depth of the cabinets on one side to still allow for my magic number pass through space, this area has pocket doors that hold appliances keeping them hidden but accessible. My clients are thrilled with the finished look.

Mid-sized trendy u-shaped ceramic floor kitchen photo in Indianapolis with granite countertops, an undermount sink, recessed-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, metallic backsplash, metal backsplash and stainless steel appliances —  Houzz
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medha1 wrote:Aug 3, 2013
  • Swati Saparia
    Thanks for the reply Susan, is it delicious or delicatus?
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    Susan Brook Interiors

    Ha! Must have been hungry or auto correction...it's delicatus

katstan wrote:Dec 31, 2015
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    Susan Brook Interiors

    They make full extension, which is what these drawers are in 75 - 150 pounds. I used the 100 pounds here. Talk with the cabinet maker and see if you have any restrictions regarding face frame etc and also as to what you would be storing in there..cast iron pans hold a lot more weight than stainless! Hope that helps, regards, Susan

  • katstan

    Fabulous, thanks again.

bpickle7 wrote:Jul 8, 2013
  • Kathy Buttjer
    Hi Susan! Did you use the Venetian Bronze color for the hardware? BEAUTIFUL COMBOS in this kitchen! Just stunning!!
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    Susan Brook Interiors
    Yes, venetian bronze. Regards, Susan
Swati Saparia wrote:Dec 5, 2016
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    Susan Brook Interiors

    Maple and walnut are 2 very different woods and take dye differently.

    I'm not too sure on your question. If you are asking me what dye to use on maple to make it look like the walnut cabinets above then I don't really know how to answer that. Talk with your cabinet maker and show him the picture he should be able to tell from his inventory of dyes what to mix to try to match the above.

  • Swati Saparia
    Thanks so much for your reply and taking time Susan!
lvnlv wrote:Nov 6, 2013
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    Susan Brook Interiors
    The wood i used is walnut with a custom stain, the maker of the cabinetry is Susan Brook Interiors. Regards, Susan
  • annamu55
    Do you mind sharing the stain? we are doing walnut cabinets and love how these look.
    Thank you
aurlacher wrote:Jan 7, 2016
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    Susan Brook Interiors

    Keeping the flooring consistent both color and board width gives a better visual flow. Options would be to find a similar new wood and have it finished (and also refinish the existing wood in living room) to all be the same. Or just do that in the dining room and use a more durable flooring in the kitchen such as porcelain or ceramic?

    Hope that helps, regards, Susan

kcorn wrote:May 20, 2014
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    Susan Brook Interiors
    The white cabinets are Farrow & Ball White Tie #2002, sorry for the late response! Regards, Susan
redsez wrote:Apr 25, 2014
Shirley wrote:Apr 2, 2014
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    Susan Brook Interiors
    Shirley, there is 12-inches of counter to the left and right of stove top. This stove top is 36-inches which also gives a little wiggle room on moving pans around. We had to follow the guidance of GE on a combustable material away from the top. Hope this helps, don't freak out too much it always works out in the end! Regards, Susan
coleebird wrote:Mar 22, 2014
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    Susan Brook Interiors
    The tile is from the Tile Shop 682283 Fresh Cream 45cm. It is a gorgeous floor, thank you for the compliment on my design. Regards, Susan
natalieturetsky wrote:Sep 1, 2013
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    Susan Brook Interiors
    Thank you! The island size is 74-inches x 34-inches. Regards, Susan
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Marty Luckey wrote:Nov 6, 2017

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Mitchell Parker added this to 25 Design Trends Coming to Homes Near You in 2016Dec 23, 2015

    6. Deep kitchen drawers. Houzz data shows that ease of storage is the top kitchen priority during a remodel. And while deep drawers have been creeping up to replace lower kitchen cabinets for a while now, they’re only getting better — and more affordable. Dividers and inserts let you organize any shape or size of dish, pan or utensil under the sun, and there are even clever options for deep corner drawers, and drawers under range tops and kitchen sinks.

    Jennifer Ott Design added this to Hang 'Em or Hide 'Em: 10 Stylish Ways to Store Pots and PansOct 1, 2013

    If you have a cooktop or range top, you can use the drawers in the cabinet below for storing your cookware. Make the bottom drawer deep enough to store your pots, with the corresponding lids stored in a shallower drawer above.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    Kristi Morris added this to Kitchen4 days ago

    Stove top and drawers underneath

    Sharon Colona added this to Kitchen IslandAug 7, 2019

    two drawers like this under island cooktop

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