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Habachy Designs Modern Kitchen, Atlanta

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Open concept kitchen - modern open concept kitchen idea in Atlanta with stainless steel appliances, an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets and white cabinets — Houzz

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trudiahart wrote:
Ventilation - I notice the ventilation for the cooktop is pretty high...how efficient is it?
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Can you tell me the manufacturer of the vent/hood system. Thank you in advance.
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I found something similar....It is from Zephyr and it is called the Lux!! I just bought it for our new build and will let you know once its installed how I like it.

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Meagan Taylor wrote:
countertop - Hi. what is the countertop material?
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The kitchen was a 5/8" thick terrazzo countertop with crushed recycled glass. I believe it was from Trends.
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Meagan Taylor
perfect. Thanks for the info!
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rogerc wrote:
Ceiling Can lights - Can you tell me the manufacturer of the in-ceiling can light fixtures? They are the color and style I'm looking for.
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I do not recall, but they could be from WAC. Thanks,
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I'll check with WAC. Thank you!
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hj777 wrote:
hj - how much give money for design ?sorry for my language
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I'm sorry, but are you asking how much this kitchen cost, OR what I charged to design it?
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reneespiegelglass wrote:
love the windows-what brand are they? - would love to see a creative way to exit the back of our house
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They are just typical storefront in a dark oil rubbed bronze finish.
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Valeria Nichols wrote:
what is the width of your cabinet that has the 24" ovens?
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Thank you for your interest in our designs / work! Are you interested in a custom kitchen? Because, we can have this made for you!
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photogolf wrote:
Ventilation - The main appliances seem to be Miele. Is the rangehood also the Miele product (In Australia sold as the DA2210 High Performance) - if yes, how did you handle the controller, which is part of their range hood - did you find an alternate switch?
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I too am very curious about the controller. I noticed that the Miele vent had a joystick control but how do you control it at ceiling height?
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Mary's contemporary design wrote:
where are the chairs from?
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I think that they are by an Italian company called Arpa. Thanks,
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Marilyn Hartl wrote:
Eco friendly - Want a low energy Eco friendly home design.
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This house received LEED Silver certification.
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ftmiamibeach wrote:
Miele Appliances - Hi, are the Miele 24" wide appliances (the right column) installed in a standard 24" cabinet or a custom/European size 60cm cabinet? Thanks!
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

decordemon added this to Houzz Interview: Master of Modernist Minimalism
BPF: With the average kitchen being 300-350 square feet, what would you say is a realistic middle-of-the-road budget and timeline for a full kitchen renovation? MH: Everyone should know that kitchens tend to be the most expensive room in a home, and just like anything they can range in price. Someone could spend as little as $12,000 for an IKEA kitchen or upwards of $200,000 for a a kitchen by SCIC. The timeline depends on the scale of the project and can range from one to six months.
Jason Ball at The Decorators Unlimited added this to How to Make a Tall Room Feel Right
Build a false ceiling. Okay, this is a little obvious, but why not just build a false ceiling to bring it down to a more reasonable level? In this contemporary kitchen, a dark-stained false ceiling is used to define the part of the house in which the kitchen resides. The tall window wall and high ceilings in the rest of the space help counter the lowered ceiling, making it feel perfectly in balance.
Vanessa Brunner added this to Love to Cook? You Need a Fan. Find the Right Kind for You
This image shows ventilation grilles installed into a dropped ceiling above the kitchen area. A liner or a small power pack combined with an inline or external blower would work for this look. If you want an even more streamlined design — maybe with long, narrow ventilation strips — work with an HVAC expert. But this application will definitely require a dropped ceiling. Note: The higher a fan sits, the more powerful it has to be, which may result in a draft when you're standing under it. Kitchen fans also are designed to trap grease and steam as close to the source as possible. The higher the fan, the easier it is for vapors to dissipate throughout the room.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

sxj13 added this to Kitchen
vent miele and see notes on ventilation
mszafran added this to A/V
double drawers to match height? odd
Molly May added this to More Kitchen
This image shows ventilation grilles installed into a dropped ceiling above the kitchen area. A liner or a small power pack combined with an inline or external blower would work for this look. If you want an even more streamlined design — maybe with long, narrow ventilation strips — work with an HVAC expert. But this application will definitely require a dropped ceiling.
Kirsten Timms added this to Lares
flush mount vent hood above island cooktop

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