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High Contrast KitchenContemporary Kitchen, Minneapolis

Storage abounds in this walnut and white gloss cabinetry kitchen. The contrast between the two finishes creates drama and definition to specific functional areas. The island features sliding doors that have a copper basketweave pattern encased in resin to add texture and interest. The bar height eating area is perfect for late night treats or a quick breakfast.

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Architecture by Jack Smuckler, Smuckler Architects

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This photo has 19 questions
Nekisha Omotola wrote:Aug 1, 2012
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    Hello. No, as it turns out, we found the manufacturer discontinued them as they were having issues with the mechanism. There are some with similar bases but not the fully upholstered back and seat.
    Thank you for your question!
  • tennisplayer

    Where did you get the light over table?


Jessica Finkbiner wrote:May 16, 2013
Andrea Swan - Swan Architecture wrote:Nov 18, 2012
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    Hello Ginny! They are from a designer line called Vanguard. We purchased them directly from them and customized the fabric.
    Thank you for your question!
    www.eminentid.com
  • Ginny Losito
    Thank you so much for the swift response! I'm going to look into them now!
debpailet wrote:Feb 3, 2014
donald67226 wrote:Dec 11, 2013
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    Dominion Granite & Marble
    FYI - Bianco Antico, Delicatus and White Diamond are other similar stones
  • hulrich88
    Gorgeous floors! What is the wood species and stain color? Thank you!
Max Schilling wrote:Feb 22, 2015
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    Hello Max,

    I love these barstools too! Sadly the manufacturer discontinued them. They were from one of our "to the trade" lines meaning you would need to purchase through an interior designer.

    Good Luck in finding another option!

    www.eminentid.com

  • Max Schilling

    Thanks for responding. That's too bad. They are gorgeous.

terrib24 wrote:Dec 5, 2013
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    Hello. We used the Kohler #K6625 and I believe it was the Cashmere colorway. The cabinets are actually dark walnut and white enamel.
    Thank you.
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    Kohler Design Center
    It definitely looks like Cashmere from the picture.
    Terrib24- Let me know if you want me to send you a color sample of Cashmere (-K4)
mimi_k wrote:Aug 10, 2013
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    Hello,
    The grout is from TEC. It is color 931 Standard White. As there are two colors of the Cubica, you may consider doing the Bright White color from TEC.
    Good Luck!
    www.eminentid.com
  • mimi_k
    Thank you for your response.
1888dw wrote:Jan 12, 2013
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    Hello. It is called Alaska White. It has other names as well, but when we specified and selected these slabs, it was Alaska White. Thank you for your question.
  • 1888dw
    Thank you very much
kimmycatcake wrote:Mar 18, 2014
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    Hello! The backsplash is a lovely tile that looks like small pieces of mosaic put together. The overall size of each tile is 13" x 40" and the info I have is Cubica Marfil #V13899811. Thank you for your question!
Dawn wrote:Mar 11, 2014
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    Thanks for your question about the dimensions of this kitchen. Although this project and its details have been archived, I believe the overall dimensions are approximately 15' wide by 20' long.
lisavsellers wrote:May 17, 2013
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    Hello.
    This chandelier is from a designer, "to the trade" line called Robert Abbey but could be purchased through your local lighting showroom.
    Thank you!
tjferry14 wrote:Mar 3, 2013
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    Hello. This Kitchen was part of a new construction project that was considered a "Dream Home" on the Fall Parade of Homes 2011 in the Twin Cities Metro. I cannot pin point the cost for this Kitchen, but cabinetry was completely custom walnut and enameled and we utilized high end appliances and plumbing. Thank you for your question.
    www.eminentid.com
amyls64 wrote:Dec 9, 2012
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    Hello. The paint color is from Benjamin Moore and is called Fairway Oaks. We chose a matte finish for this kitchen. Thank you for your question!
    www.eminentid.com
ebonyadia wrote:Nov 29, 2012
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    Hello. This custom glass bar top is polished on one side and the underside has tiny raised dots to create a "frosted" look. We wanted the thickness of the glass to be appropriate for a high usage area such as this eat-in bar.
    Thank you for your question!
    www.eminentid.com
justie wrote:Aug 31, 2012
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    Hello! The species of wood for the cabinetry is walnut with a dark stain. The floor is Black Walnut with a clear finish. Thank you for your question!
kymwalz wrote:Aug 1, 2012
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    Hello! I am impressed that you could see that it was tile in this photo! It is a lovely tile that looks like small pieces of mosaic put together. The overall size of each tile is 13" x 40" and the info I have is Cubica Marfil #V13899811. Thank you for your question!
Dorit Dakik Hamo wrote:Jun 16, 2014

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    becky
    Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Grandkid-Friendly Lake Minnetonka HomeJul 16, 2012

    Because the floors were walnut, Hagen worked in some high-gloss white cabinets for contrast in the kitchen; she played around with many different compositions of walnut and white. "While I love many types of countertops, this island needed lots of movement, and so it needed to be granite," says Hagen. Sliding copper doors on the island, frosted glass on the octagonal table and a glass mosaic backsplash round out the material palette. Counters: white Alaskan granite

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    dcjones816
    dcjones816 added this to dcjones816's ideasApr 27, 2019

    What about the glass raised with n both bar areas

    e2nancy
    e2nancy added this to kitchenOct 15, 2018

    Exact bar except butcher block with a skinner base

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