New Shingle-Style Residence - Mendham BoroughVictorian Kitchen, New York

Winner of Best Kitchen 2012
http://www.petersalernoinc.com/

Photographer:
Peter Rymwid http://peterrymwid.com/

Peter Salerno Inc. (Kitchen)
511 Goffle Road, Wyckoff NJ 07481
Tel: 201.251.6608

Interior Designer:
Theresa Scelfo Designs LLC
Morristown, NJ
(201) 803-5375

Builder:
George Strother
Eaglesite Management
gstrother@eaglesite.com
Tel 973.625.9500 http://eaglesite.com/contact.php

Huge ornate medium tone wood floor eat-in kitchen photo in New York with beaded inset cabinets, stainless steel cabinets, metallic backsplash, stainless steel appliances, a drop-in sink, metal backsplash, two islands and stainless steel countertops —  Houzz
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This photo has 6 questions
Liz Dunn wrote:Apr 29, 2017
devinalper wrote:Aug 22, 2014
  • joycestroud
    Who built the stainless steel island?
  • Joshua Mervis
    Most likely Jade did, although it might be custom. The Jade Waldorf suite is a island suite - they work with you, design it, and build it. You just write the check.
terryrieser wrote:Feb 9, 2017
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    Passacantando Architects AIA

    This is stainless steel tile sold in 12" x 12" sheets. Not sure on the source or brand.

keysla wrote:Feb 3, 2016
jacobsendrew wrote:Dec 21, 2014
  • PRO
    Passacantando Architects AIA
    Hello,
    This kitchen is 100% custom. I would budget 250K for this amount of custom fabrication.
lexibug wrote:Jun 21, 2014
  • PRO
    Passacantando Architects AIA
    Hello,
    This tile was installed about 6 years ago and the paperwork would be a challenge to find. I would recommend looking for a stainless steel tile that will have the same pattern as the attached image. There is also a LED light under the upper cabinets that helps with the tile illumination. Thanks

What Houzz contributors are saying:

cleaningcoach
Leslie Reichert added this to How to Keep Your Kitchen’s Stainless Steel SpotlessApr 24, 2017

5. Give your hood a helping hand. Stainless steel stove hoods need to be cleaned weekly to prevent a buildup of grease and dust. Cooking grease mixes with dust in the air and lands on the stove hood, making it thick and hard to remove. A simple cleaning remedy is to spray a cloth with rubbing alcohol and wipe it over the top of the hood. Make sure not to use the rubbing alcohol near an open flame.Find stainless steel range hoods and vents

What Houzzers are commenting on:

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Omega Creations added this to JaviadJun 20, 2019

Oven /Shelf /and Hood smaller version

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Brandi Chrisenberry added this to Chrisenberry - KitchenApr 16, 2019

Warm wood mixed with stainless!! Countertop is beautiful.

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HU-980696768 added this to KITCHEN DESIGNMar 17, 2019

THIS IS ONE OF MY FAVORITES!!! GREAT STAINLESS STEEL LOOK!!! LOVE IT!!!

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