Greenwich Village DuplexContemporary Kitchen, New York

Mis-matched flooring was replaced with honed travertine marble and river stone in the entry. Honed black granite counter tops contrast the light bamboo cabinetry. Glass mosaic tile as back-splash accent picks up the colors in palette in a decorative pattern. Curvalinear swivel bar stools in micro-suede for the eat-in bar area.

Example of a mid-sized trendy l-shaped travertine floor enclosed kitchen design in New York with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, multicolored backsplash, mosaic tile backsplash, an island and stainless steel appliances —  Houzz
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cynthia_toryu
Cynthia Toryu added this to kitchen ideasJul 5, 2018

Bamboo cabinets , I like horizontal better

julielschuster
Julie Schuster Design Studio added this to Kitchens that Nourish the SoulFeb 24, 2017

Positioning and Floorplan: If you have the luxury of building a home from the ground up, it’s important to give priority to the position of your kitchen. Since the kitchen is a symbol of wealth and prosperity, be sure that it’s far removed from the front and back doors of the home or else the good “chi” or energy will easily escape. Quite often the kitchen is placed in sight alignment with the front door. This is also NOT auspicious. The kitchen represents the “fire element” and will be nourished in both the East and South. North Western positioning is strongly discouraged.

cmab1
cmab1 added this to Bar Chairs BarstoolsAug 30, 2015

Like the height of the back on the barstool

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