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Eat-in kitchen - contemporary galley eat-in kitchen idea in DC Metro with stainless steel appliances, a single-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets and light wood cabinets

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Eat-in kitchen - contemporary galley eat-in kitchen idea in DC Metro with stainless steel appliances, a single-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets and light wood cabinets —  Houzz
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Gudrun Savetsky wrote:Mar 28, 2013
  • clbrown95
    How high are the seat backs? Also, how high are the seats from the floor?
  • PRO
    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    Hi clbrown95,

    The seats are approximately 15" above the floor and the seat backs rise to countertop height, 36" above the floor.
laxaws1 wrote:Oct 9, 2012
  • laxaws1
    This might seem strange to ask but are there any pictures of this in use with 4 people sitting in the booth? I'm working with basically the same set of dimensions, except my depth is closer to 42'', so it would be even tighter and i'm wondering if it would be feasible for 4 adults (comfortably) to eat a meal. Thanks!
  • PRO
    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    Sorry - no pictures of the booth occupied. We try to maintain a minimum of 2' per person in terms of width for our built-in seating, more is a little better. 42" will be a squeeze. If you'd like to discuss this further - give us a call. Maybe there's another way to look at your situation-

    Cheers -
carolineve wrote:Nov 2, 2013
  • jonrands
    What is the brand and size of the refrigerator?
  • PRO
    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    Hi jonrands,

    Trudy Yavorek Kobylski asked the same question some time back. The refrigerator is a GE Monogram - its a 36" wide unit with 21 cubic feet of storage.

    We are thrilled with the proportion of the room, the high ceiling and clerestory, the finish composition of the cabinets with the tops, appliances and flooring in this kitchen.

    If you have other questions about the project, please call and we will connect you with the project architect responsible.
pintsizegenius007 wrote:May 2, 2013
  • Sonia Majan
    I love the layout of this kitchen, it is very creative!!! Could I see the floor plan?
    Thanks.
  • PRO
    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    Hi Sonia Majan,

    Please contact us directly and we will connect you with the partner responsible to discuss your request.
bgrayusa wrote:Mar 1, 2013
  • housecats
    Hi BFMarch,
    I love the work you've done in this kitchen, it has a timeless feel to it.
    I tried looking for Prizma cabinets online but nothing came up, do you have any more info on the cabinet company?
  • PRO
    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    Hi housecats,

    Prizma cabinetry is a frameless, european style line of cabinetry availble from Mouser Custom Cabinetry. Here are links to the Mouser website and the Prizma portion of their site.

    http://www.mousercc.com/default.aspx

    http://www.mousercc.com/eurostyle.aspx

    We are really delighted with the finish composition of the cabinets with the tops, appliances and flooring in this kitchen.

    If you have other questions, please call and we will connect you with the project architect responsible for this project.
sebmedia wrote:Apr 12, 2013
  • PRO
    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    Hi sebmedia,

    The floor is oak - we typically use minwax stain. I believe this floor is one of the goldens - oak or pecan.

    If you would like to know more, feel free to call us and we will put you in touch with the partner responsible for this proect.
  • sebmedia
    thanks so much!
theresascott wrote:Mar 14, 2013
b0ni wrote:Dec 26, 2017
  • PRO
    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.

    Hi b0ni,

    Good question - the bar pulls are 9 or 10 inches long, we do not know who the manufacturer is, but the design can be easily found from the offerings from Amerock or many other hardware makers. The oversized bar pull is popular in contemporary kitchens, we like how it works here too.

    If you have other questions, please call us directly and we will connect you with the architect responsible for this project.

rosekuchar wrote:Sep 6, 2014
Ola Adel wrote:Jul 17, 2014
  • PRO
    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    Hi o_adel,

    Thanks for your question. The building codes allow the pipes to be installed concealed in walls and interstital spaces with appropriate protection.

    Please feel free to contact us directly if you have other questions and we will connect you with the architect responsible for the project.
Ola Adel wrote:Jul 17, 2014
  • PRO
    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.

    Hi o_adel,

    Thanks for your question. The building codes allow the pipes to be installed concealed in walls and interstitial spaces with appropriate protection.

    Please feel free to contact us directly if you have other questions and we will connect you with the architect responsible for the project.

spygal wrote:Jul 14, 2014
  • PRO
    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    Hi spygal,

    The owner and contractor coordinated the appliances - this range is a GE Profile series - and is a gas range.

    Please feel free to contact us directly if you have other questions and we will connect you with the architect responsible for the project.
hub422 wrote:Sep 19, 2013
  • PRO
    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    Hi hub422,

    Its a design preference. Functionally a small backsplash is better than none, it gives you a durable surface which can be cleaned, rubbed and wiped given the inevitable spills and splashes that happen in kitchens. I've done kitchens where we make a sponge stop 1" high above the tops. We have passed on the backsplash in several kitchens - it ups the requirements for maintenance on the wall.
cathyandrick wrote:Mar 30, 2013
  • PRO
    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    Hi cathyandrick,

    The kitchen is approximately 14' x 10' plus the breakfast nook. The nook is approximately 6 1/2' x 3 1/2'. We would be glad to tell you more about the kitchen. Give us a call and we will connect you with the principal responsible for the project.
smanke wrote:Mar 21, 2013
  • PRO
    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    Hi smanke,

    The homeowner purchased the fixture. It looks like its eather a Bruck Bobo or Holkotter 5111/1.

    Feel free to call us and we will put you in touch with the partner responsible for this project.
lindahaden wrote:Mar 16, 2013
  • PRO
    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    Hi lindahaden,

    The celing is a little over 10' tall. The transom windows are 2'-6" wide x 1'-5" tall. Feel free to give us a call and you can discuss this with partner responsible for this project.

    Cheers, Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects
Trudy Yavorek Kobylski wrote:Feb 27, 2013
  • PRO
    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    The refrigerator is by GE Profile. We're checking the size, the owner has noted that they wished it was larger. Feel free to contact us directly and we will connect you with the partner responsible for this project.
lindabmyrick wrote:Jan 31, 2013
  • PRO
    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    Hi Lindabmyrick,

    The homeowner selected the grey color for the walls. Feel free to contact us directly and we will connect you with the partner in charge to discuss the finishes.

    Best, Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects

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