Philadelphia Penthouse Apartment contemporary-kitchen
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Philadelphia Penthouse Apartment Contemporary Kitchen, Philadelphia

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Trendy galley open concept kitchen photo in Philadelphia with flat-panel cabinets, black cabinets, metallic backsplash and stainless steel appliances — Houzz

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marshb0 wrote:
Accent wall - Hello. I love that accent wall. Is it a wallcovering or custom painted? Thanks
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munchkinlee
Hi, the wall looks amazing! Could you tell me the name of the Philadelphian artist who did this? Thanks!!!
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jennifercribb
I hope that the artist who created this awesome wall got credit for the work! Great job!
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rs71 wrote:
What thickness is the island countertop? And what material? Thanks
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Groundswell Design Group Inc.
Hi, thanks for the question! It's cultured-stone also known as quartz-surfacing, and about 2.5" thick.
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rs71
Thank you
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ikel22 wrote:
I am very interested to know where these grey pendants are from. Or are they the homeowner's custom creations?
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Groundswell Design Group Inc.
Hi, thanks for the question! The lights are from West Elm, Flannel Drum Shades.
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Cathi wrote:
where can I get the mural on the wall?
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graylin327 wrote:
Recessed lighting? - I would love to know more about the size, brand and logic behind the placement of the recessed lights over the kitchen counter! These would be perfect for my loft kitchen. Thanks so much!
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This part of the story has nothing to do with salvage, but I would not feel right if I didn't share the kitchen mural with you. "I love graffiti and pop art, and this mural combines the two; it's refined graffiti," Fierabend says. The firm does a lot of restaurant design and is used to thinking big and graphic, as well as blurring the lines between city landscapes and interiors. The team designed the mural and had it executed by graffiti expert Sean Gallagher."We loved the juxtaposition of the cool, clean interiors and the reclaimed pieces," Fierabend says. Have you completed a salvage project lately? If so, please add it to the Comments section.

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