KitchenTransitional Kitchen, Baltimore

Photography by Jennifer Hughes

Transitional kitchen photo in Baltimore with shaker cabinets, marble countertops, stone slab backsplash and stainless steel appliances —  Houzz
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dominika12 wrote:May 3, 2016
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    Koby & Ravit Bachar

    amazing kitchen! where did you the hardware for the cabinets?


  • Darby S

    LOVE this kitten. would like to hear about hardware:)

zetski54 wrote:Nov 16, 2016
  • heverley4

    What is the brand of the hood?

  • S Hill

    The range is a Bluestar platinum. They are awesome

987belmont wrote:Sep 22, 2016
Janet Bays wrote:Jun 27, 2016
rpodwoski wrote:Jun 25, 2016
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    Elizabeth Lawson Design

    Schoolhouse Electric

  • people101

    Is it the natural brass? they look totally different color. maybe they don't sell...anymore

mdepew wrote:Jun 13, 2016
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    Elizabeth Lawson Design

    These are custom cabinets and the base color is Farrow & Ball Downpipe.

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    Ed Hord, FAIA

    The cabinets were fabricated by a great custom cabinet maker from Pennsylvania, LMS Woodcraft. I have been using Luke Stauffer for 20 years.

susannhirsch60 wrote:May 2, 2016
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    Elizabeth Lawson Design

    Thank you. The color is Downpipe by Farrow & Ball.

  • Carrie Arredondo

    Absolutely stunning kitchen down to every single detail! Thank you for sharing.

loribossemeyer wrote:Sep 9, 2016
Cjw wrote:Jul 30, 2017
    leskerrigan wrote:May 15, 2016
      mariamelzaghl wrote:May 10, 2016

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        Hannah Kasper added this to Reuse or Replace? How to Save Money on Your Remodel the Smart WayJan 31, 2017

        And while choosing to remodel your home shows that you’re willing to spend time and money, I don’t think anyone is opposed to saving a couple of bucks. There are many ways you can save money in a remodel. You can choose moderately priced materials. You can manage the work yourself (though you may spend extra money on headache medication or therapy). But one of the most common money-saving strategies is for people to reuse certain items (usually higher-dollar pieces) from their existing home. This is a great practice, for the most part. It cuts costs, for sure, but sometimes it cuts corners on quality or safety. Before you go writing “Save” on everything, take a second to really think through whether you should reuse an item or replace it.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        Patti Lacey added this to KitchenAug 2, 2019

        Two-toned (white and navy) with brass accents

        karjmar added this to Kitchen photos 2019Jul 26, 2019

        light on top dark bottom fixture color

        aphrodite21 added this to aphrodite21's ideasJul 24, 2019

        Blue and white with brushed gold hardware and stainless appliances... yes.

        pineappleranch added this to CabinetsJul 18, 2019

        White shaker cabinets for kitchen. Black shaker cabinets for pantry.

        tanpauline added this to MeJul 1, 2019

        Drawer sizes next to range allow steam oven handle to line up with the range oven’s handle.

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