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KitchenLabTraditional Kitchen, Chicago

Inspiration for a timeless kitchen remodel in Chicago with stainless steel appliances, subway tile backsplash, recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, white backsplash and granite countertops —  Houzz
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Marti S wrote:Nov 28, 2010
  • Nancy
    Is Kashmir white porous like carrera marble . I love it but don't want worry about staining /etching .
  • Raechel Richards
    I have Kashmir Cream in my Kitchen and we do a lot of Kashmir White in our homes. It's a beautiful and fairly easy to maintain granite. Just make sure you seal it approx. once every year!
larawin wrote:Jan 20, 2013
  • dukester07
    Where can I find these subway tiles? What color? Or better yet item/part number. Thank you so much-
  • Angela Hart
    beautiful Write a comment
hretske wrote:Mar 17, 2013
  • Aida Flamino
    Is this actually granite?
  • jbrown2468

    What color do you think it is?


mcsims172 wrote:May 25, 2012
  • spectoka
    I was at the Ann Sacks store and they couldn't tell me what this was. Ghost gloss in person looks very taupe, nowhere near any shade of white like you might expect from the name and/or this photo. If you want a light grey you might try Dove.
  • lisasheehanbrothers
    Thank you! I was looking for a white tile that went with BM white dove painted cabinets.
kshutt wrote:Oct 31, 2012
lovit wrote:Oct 7, 2012
  • PRO
    KitchenLab | Rebekah Zaveloff Interiors
    The main material is White Palmas granite (may be called something different in your region. The lower desk/baking area is honed Cararra marble.
  • klp1996
    Rebekah - I love all of your work! You have such great insighs! We are building a home with Yorktowne Cabinets in antique white (definitely a cream color that is darker than a "Dove White"). We are strongly considering Kashmir White or Silver Kashmir (the same thing where we are looking) and it's a mix of grays, taupes with some cream and dark brown - very similiar to granite pictured above. In your expert opinion, do you think mixing grays and taupes with a warmer cream color will make the cream cabinets look yellow? Thanks in advance!!!
kimberlyn wrote:Jun 29, 2011
  • Vanessa Brunner
    I think you could honestly do either — it just depends on what kind of look you're going for. How dark exactly is the granite you're using? Do you happen to have a photo of it? That makes a big difference.
    In the meantime, here are a couple shots that might give you a good idea of what black or white tile would look like:

    Traditional Kitchen · More Info


    shannon cabinetry · More Info


    Hope that helps!
  • mrsaul
    Well, yeah, they'll probably look really good...but you should consider that a black countertop will pretty much dictate the feel of the room. The kitchen in this picture would look and feel totally different with dark counters. I would suggest looking for inspiration in pictures with black countertops to get a better idea of what your finished kitchen will look like. Something with light subway tiles will definitely come up.
A Dornan wrote:May 22, 2011
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    DeCocco Design
    I'm not Rebekah, but maybe she'll see my response and chime in. Imperial and Kashmir will both give you a very similar look as what you see in this kitchen. It's got a polished finish looks great. You can do this too!
  • bepsf
    MIght want to narrow it down a bit - Since your counters will be white and I'm guessing your cabinets will be white as well, you could go with a colorful backsplash to make it interesting.

    Personally, I'd take your cabinetry, flooring and countertop samples to your tile supplier and have a look at what is available, within your budget and strikes your fancy - The possibilities are endless!
libby2448 wrote:Jan 20, 2011
  • MJ Ferrero
    Que luz! Una preciosidad. Yo me quedaba a vivir en esa cocina!!
  • kandy smith
    huh? lol
acpettyjohn wrote:Jun 9, 2014
  • acpettyjohn
    from other photo in this album: You'd need a minimum of 14' of width in the room to do this particular layout properly. It's hard to tell from this photo how long this room is, but looks to be longer than 15'... Sorry to be the bearer of bad news...
ideamachine wrote:Feb 11, 2014
  • Jeff & Lee McCubbin
    I would love to know as well. Our local fabricator has closed. Do you have design plans?
bbwine wrote:Oct 3, 2013
  • elizhiggins
    who makes the cabinets and what would I ask for were I to order them (style, etc). Thanks!
Olivia Ireland wrote:Oct 2, 2013
  • Adam B
    Danze
kristlebrant wrote:Dec 2, 2012
jstamets wrote:Oct 31, 2012
janey10 wrote:Sep 14, 2011
  • Michiko Fuller
    It's Michael S. Smith Signature tile.
edimmock wrote:May 8, 2011
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    Kerstin Dieterich Designs
    Most custom cabinet lines will allow you to add the divider like you see here on the upper cabinets. Otherwise it is a modified inset shaker style. Very pretty!
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                    Charmean Neithart Interiors added this to 12 Items Worth a Spot on Your Kitchen CounterAug 4, 2013

                    Condiment canisters. You can place canisters for sugar and flour, plus salt and pepper shakers, right on top of the counter. These canisters can be glass, ceramic or tin. The styling details are endless, but I suggest airtight versions to keep out pests.

                    thedecorfix
                    The Decor Fix added this to Modernize Your Old Kitchen Without RemodelingJun 4, 2012

                    As seen in this kitchen, the replica lighting looks clean and timeless.An old home in a modern age does not mean we have to do without the conveniences or appeal of newer kitchens. We just have to think more creatively!

                    becky
                    Becky Harris added this to Spotlight On: White KitchensNov 27, 2010

                    This mostly-white kitchen has a few vintage touches, like the schoolhouse pendant lights, drawer pulls and Tolix stools, which keeps it from being cold and sterile.

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                    j mccoy added this to jean's ideasMay 18, 2019

                    like division of these cabinets

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                    Jenna Smith added this to kitchenMay 8, 2019

                    The color of countertop is awesome. Not too dark of a gray-not too light.

                    jkukla
                    Jan K added this to Kitchen IdeasApr 16, 2019

                    Interesting contrast go light grey and white

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