Kitchen Transitional Kitchen, Atlanta
Photos by Emily Followill
Example of a transitional kitchen design in Atlanta with recessed-panel cabinets and white cabinets — Houzz
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Eco+Historical, Inc. added this to
The gorgeous trim-out in this modern kitchen addresses the question, "How do I help my home walk that fine line between past and present?"The look subtly blends narrow dark interior steel mullions and white wood picture frame molding to guide the identity of this kitchen successfully to a fresh yet traditional feel.The details and color could be read as traditional or modern. The blend does a bang-up job of invoking the past while hinting at a clean, modern style of the present.
Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to
Toe kicks are, as a rule, typically 3 to 4 inches high, and recessed 3 inches underneath a cabinet. This gives you room for your feet — or your toes, anyway — while you’re standing at the counter without wasting cabinet space or creating a pocket that’s too deep to clean.
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Beating the HeatIt pays to be aware of a potential downside to black window frames. “The black color will absorb more heat, which can be a good thing, depending on the area,“ Caracoglia says. But if your windows face the western sun or it gets particularly hot where you live, heat transfer can be a definite negative. Fortunately, there’s a solution.If your black window frames are aluminum, Caracoglia suggests opting for thermally broken frames. They feature plastic separators to prevent heat from transferring between the internal and external frames. And that means a cooler home.