Los Feliz Guest HouseTraditional Kitchen, Los Angeles

Guest house kitchen remodel Los Feliz, CA
Photographer: Casey Hale

Kitchen - traditional l-shaped kitchen idea in Los Angeles with open cabinets, black appliances, a farmhouse sink, white backsplash, subway tile backsplash and limestone countertops —  Houzz
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ktf2011 wrote:Sep 27, 2013
  • Sam Dewick
    If you are looking for beveled edge subway tiles, check out glasstilestore
  • alexia7

    Beautiful. Is there a microwave? If so, where is it located?

sistahs wrote:Mar 31, 2014
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    Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
    Fortunately this photo is tagged with the answer - Kohler HiRise
    Learn more about it on Houzz here:
    KOHLER K-7337-4-S HiRise Stainless Deck Mount Bridge Kitchen Faucet, Polished St · More Info
  • sistahs
    Thanks very much for you response!
nomskaya wrote:Sep 29, 2013
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    Amy Sklar Design Inc
    They are a honed limestone called "Lagos Azul"
  • pgaber

    Do you not worry about etching with the limestone?

Claire Wadlington wrote:Sep 5, 2014
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    Amy Sklar Design Inc
    Yes, there is a garbage disposal, and there are no issues. I also have a single drain sink in my own residence, and have had no problem with drainage and a disposal. Hope that helps!
csteffens wrote:Sep 29, 2013
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    Amy Sklar Design Inc
    The stove is a 21" Vintage O'keefe and Merrit, the fridge is from Elmira stove works.
Julie Fraser wrote:Aug 16, 2016
    Lisa-Marie Wells wrote:Mar 4, 2015
      J. REB + CO. wrote:Jun 6, 2014
        jennyr53060 wrote:Jan 27, 2014
          Dave Conrad wrote:Jan 25, 2014

            What Houzz contributors are saying:

            Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Big Space-Saving Ideas for Small KitchensJan 15, 2014

            1. Small but mighty appliances. Revamped vintage appliances, like the stove shown here (a 21-inch vintage O’Keefe and Merritt), and vintage-look ones, like this fridge (from Elmira Stove Works), can be found in smaller sizes that don’t sacrifice style. High-end makers like Bertazzoni and Viking also make small-space models, so even serious cooks can find something that fits the space and works hard.2. Single-bowl sink. Simply going with a single rather than double bowl for the sink can save you a foot or more of counter space. Small-scale single-bowl sinks come in all styles — a farmhouse style like the one shown here still feels capacious.

            Vanessa Brunner added this to Kitchen of the Week: Tipping a Hat to Vintage in HollywoodSep 16, 2013

            AFTER: Sklar removed the upper cabinetry and heavy window treatments to let in natural light and open up the space. Uninterrupted surfaces, such as counter-to-ceiling tile, create visual consistency, making the room appear more spacious. Even without the upper cabinets, the new kitchen has more storage than the previous design, thank to pullout drawers for pots, spices and trays on either side of the range. A microwave cabinet under the bar countertop saves the counter space for prepping and eating. Backsplash tile: Arden, Ann Sacks; countertops: Lagos Azul limestone, Walker Zanger; cabinetry: custom, Black Star Projects; cabinetry hardware: Variety, Vandykes; sink: Alcott, Kohler; faucet: Hirise Bridge, Kohler

            What Houzzers are commenting on:

            mvshoemaker added this to Kitchen Countertop ColorsFeb 1, 2019

            They are indeed 3 x 6, but with a beveled edge:)

            vgrupp added this to Kitchen DesignJul 31, 2018

            backsplash to ceiling; shelves on each side of range hood

            Steve Jorgensen added this to Studio KitchenJul 5, 2018

            Small Appliances: 21 inch oven, 18 inch DW

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