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Inspiration for a timeless galley enclosed kitchen remodel in Chicago with glass-front cabinets, paneled appliances, subway tile backsplash, an undermount sink, white cabinets, white backsplash and marble countertops —  Houzz
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Tracey Scharf wrote:Jan 27, 2011
  • nzanios
    If you buy it let me know what you think. I am considering it for my dining room.
    nzanios@yahoo.com
  • Tracey Scharf
    My gut feeling is it's probably not nearly a pretty as the original one, so I dont think Im going to order it. I may wait to see if the Lemonde becomes available in silver.
dricko wrote:Mar 16, 2011
fo gorman wrote:Feb 21, 2011
  • catherinebew

    Is the tile handmade?

  • jana_la10
    The granite fabricator frowns on tile coming down to countertop. They say I will have grouting problems. All the pics I have seen show it installed like yours...have you experienced this ? They recommend having granite come up as backsplash at least 4 inches.
kraujen wrote:Feb 8, 2014
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    DeSantis & Domb Interior Designs

    LOOK AT THE ORB COLLECTION AT RESTORATION HARDWARE ONLINE. THERE ARE A FEW DIFFERENT FINISHES.

  • Belle La Vue

    You can buy it right on houzz click on the green tag on the pic and it will take you right to the page.

jgadecki wrote:Feb 3, 2011
  • heather_arrowsmith

    I love the mesh doors in this kitchen and am planning to order mesh from the same vendor for my mudroom upper cabinets. Can you please tell me the diamond size (25mm or 41mm) your ordered and whether your mesh backing was "fine" or "large"? Any help you can give me will be great!

  • Marilyn Miller

    I see your comment "I like to use mesh instead of glass inserts". So I take it there is no glass along with the mesh? Thanks. It is very exquisite!


mitsy wrote:Sep 3, 2011
regitno1 wrote:Dec 12, 2012
dinadolan wrote:Feb 19, 2012
  • sandraz
    Hi what is thr name of the white granite in this picture. Very nice. Iam also looking for a countertop but I can't have marble its not practical for us in a kitchen. I heard super whitr quartize and brazilian arabecato quartize are nice But i I like this granite. Its lighter
  • reyshar
    what is the name and source of the backsplash please
Jennifer Hunter wrote:May 16, 2011
  • Jennifer Hunter
    well, it turned out beautiful. thanks for the advice. i won't be afraid of layering off-whites into paint when using carrara if it turns out like this!
  • hillman69
    It's hard to tell from the picture, but is the trim a more stark white than the cabinets? We are doing our kitchen over with offwhite cabinets, and I am worried that the trim will look different being a more stark white. Although it sounds like you did use different shades of white thoughout this kitchen and recommend not paining everything the same shade of white - is that correct? Thanks!
Angelica wrote:Oct 20, 2012
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    KitchenLab Interiors
    They're actually marble, 24x24 size from Materials Marketing. They have lots of marbles and limestones in this color family.
  • saraeverhard
    can you tell me if the marble is honed or polished and any insight that you have on one vs. the other in the kitchen? Thanks.
mitsy wrote:Oct 15, 2011
mitsy wrote:Sep 15, 2011
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    DeCocco Design
    If you click on "more info" at the bottom of the photo, then hover your mouse over the picture, you'll see lots of green tags giving wonderful info on the fabulous kitchen. But no kitchen color. Sooooo, while we wait for the talented designer to chime in with the color, I'll suggest you look at Sherwin Williams Alabaster/7008. These cabinet look like they might also be glazed, in which case you could just paint them white and then do a dark glaze (that you wipe off really quickly). Did you see the pendant light fixture in the middle of the photo. Oh, what a nice space to cook in!
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    Bliss Designs
    Is this a pewter glaze? Rebekah, can you comment on your glaze?
summerjones15 wrote:Jul 11, 2011
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    KitchenLab Interiors
    The microwave is to the left of the sink in an appliance garage. The sink is a Blanco precision ss sink. Thanks for your interest.
  • summerjones15
    Thank you. I really enjoy your work and your style.
jmmmlake wrote:Jun 20, 2011
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    KitchenLab Interiors
    Absolutely - the contrast would be gorgeous. The counters are 2 1/2" thick and it's a square mitered edge.
  • jmmmlake
    Thank you! Instead of doing the white subs (3x6?)...do u think a staggered gray-colored glass subway would look nice? If so, what size??? I also found instead of marble...contac quartz carrera....looks just like carrera marble...any experience with it? Thanks for your expertise! :))
courtneygcotrupe wrote:Feb 15, 2011
savemoney1234 wrote:Feb 9, 2014
  • kawhome
    I'd also love to learn the dimensions!
smirante wrote:Jan 4, 2014
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    The Knobbery

    These handles are great! If anyone is still interested this is an item we carry. Please email us for more info theknobbery@yahoo.com

Todd Rausch wrote:Mar 20, 2012
  • Elizabeth
    They're not 100% the same but Osborne carries a corbel that is very similar -- Savannah Coastal.
louper wrote:Mar 23, 2011
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    KitchenLab Interiors
    That's marble - Arabescato Calacatta Marble to be exact.
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                What Houzz contributors are saying:

                becky
                Becky Harris added this to 15 Ways to Enhance Your Cabinets With GrillesJul 11, 2014

                4. Add glam. Interior designer Rebekah Zaveloff has been using grilles for quite some time. “This is still one of my favorite projects — the client and her friends often refer to it as sexy,” she says of this glamorous kitchen. “The grille adds a diamond pattern and glint.”Diamond-patterned grille: Brass Grilles UK

                lilygahagan
                Lily Gahagan added this to 17 Space-Saving Solutions for Small KitchensJan 26, 2012

                Tip: Rethink design details If your kitchen is not quite wide enough for an island, rethink your counter. Just a little jut away from the walls — as in this kitchen — ups the available workspace by a lot.

                rebekahzaveloff
                KitchenLab Interiors added this to Kitchen Layouts: Island or a Peninsula?Feb 21, 2011

                Here’s a different approach. This kitchen was too small for an island, but making it a galley would have wasted quite a bit of space in the center. The solution was to bump out a small peninsula off the main sink, giving the cook much needed extra counter space. This peninsula also is home to an under-counter freezer and allowed the homeowner to do a full, all-refrigerator unit. This small peninsula also has enough of an overhang for someone to pull up a stool on the other side.

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

                Here the same designer used some more fanciful touches, like that fabulous spherical pendant, the S-scroll door pull, the patterned floor and the details on the glass cabinet doors to add personality to a white slate.

                What Houzzers are commenting on:

                amy_s68
                Amy S added this to kitchenOct 25, 2019

                idea for counter if taking out sliding door

                gigglekat
                Meg added this to KitchenSep 28, 2019

                Love the fridge as part of the cabinetry

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