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Example of a transitional kitchen design in Los Angeles

Pacific PalisadesTransitional Kitchen, Los Angeles

Example of a transitional kitchen design in Los Angeles —  Houzz
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sallywardinteriors wrote:May 11, 2014
  • Jamie
    Interested in the lights also.
  • dmiriani
    These look like Ralph Lauren Andover pendants. They are discontinued. I have been looking for them for months. If anyone finds them for sale, please let me know.
Celeste wrote:May 13, 2014
  • azzief
    The stoves looks like a wolf 48 inch
Missy O'Neal wrote:May 11, 2014
  • Rachelle Fleming
    I love the Silestone choices too! I am finalizing ours tomorrow and have been trying to choose which to mix for perimeter and island? These look perfect together! What are the selections?
ras92130 wrote:May 25, 2014

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    becky
    Becky Harris added this to Kitchen of the Week: Marrying Past and Present in Los AngelesApr 9, 2014

    Something new: Silestone countertops, with their strong and clean look, contrast the rustic nature of the rough-hewn boards overhead. A metallic backsplash is a modern touch that reflects the light. Tip: Use reflective surfaces to lighten up a space. “I always incorporate some glass cabinets in the kitchen, because they feel like they open up the space,” Schey says. Glass cabinet doors, appliances and a vent hood of stainless steel, and metallic tiles bounce the light around. Caged pendant lights and polished hardware add extra shine.Backsplash tiles: Lucien Metallics Silver Glass Bricks, Ann Sacks; hardware: Rohl; pendant lights: Ralph Lauren; range: Wolf; refrigerator: Sub-Zero

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    mamatadesai
    Mamata Desai added this to mamatadesai's ideasOct 8, 2017

    Ceiling: “The entire kitchen inspiration came from finding the right reclaimed wood boards used in the ceiling,” Schey says. Eight-inch-wide white oak floors add a classic touch; wide floorboards are often found in older homes. Tip: Use the ceiling to define a space in an open floor plan. The reclaimed vintage boards define the kitchen’s main work area overhead, from the island to the countertops.

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