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Refined MidcenturyTransitional Kitchen, Seattle

Holland Photography

Example of a transitional medium tone wood floor kitchen design in Seattle with open cabinets, dark wood cabinets, white backsplash and quartzite countertops —  Houzz
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elizabethchic wrote:Mar 18, 2016
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    What brand is the espresso machine and is it plumbed in ? Thank you .

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    Design Harmony

    The espresso machine is a Pasquini Livina and it is not plumbed in.

mondiprice wrote:Jun 23, 2016
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    Design Harmony

    Hi MONDIPRICE. You question did not come through. Please resend. Thanks!

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    Sorry - what are the dimensions of the cabinets in this design? I love the colors and textures you used!!
aschie30 wrote:Oct 9, 2016
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    Design Harmony

    Luca di Luna quartzite from Pental

dabbateknits wrote:Aug 3, 2015
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    Design Harmony

    I suggest you find a great designer in your area! Houzz is a wonderful resource to find a Pro or find inspiration photos. Good luck!

Cooper wrote:Apr 18, 2015
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    Design Harmony

    Yes, correct it's custom. We had it made to our specs/ design then had it painted. It's a solid fir dutch door with standard glass.

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Remember that while you know your fancy machine well, your guests may be at a loss. Write down instructions on a notecard and leave it next to the machine.Learn more about this kitchen

Becky Harris added this to Kitchen of the Week: A Bright Update for Seattle’s Gray DaysSep 16, 2016

A poppy-red Dutch door provides access to the deck. “It’s better to do the riskier things less expensively,” she says. She can always paint the door another color down the line if she wants a new look, whereas something like a bold backsplash would be more involved and expensive to replace. To the right of the door is a coffee and tea station. She placed it out of the way of the main work zone so that there would be no more bumping into each other. The drawers are just the right size for supplies like coffee filters and tea bags.

Victoria Harrison added this to How Do You Make Your Tea and Coffee in the Morning?Dec 14, 2015

2. Many Americans swear by their drip brews. Thanks to a childhood of watching American movies, I grew up longing to visit an American diner and order a cup of filter coffee (and a stack of pancakes to go with it). When I finally visited a New York diner and was offered free filter coffee refills, it made my day. But it seems this isn’t just something you see in the movies. Americans really do prefer filter coffee made in a drip coffee machine at home. More than a third of all Americans polled said this was how they made their coffee. As U.S. Houzzer Jbsilver says, “I’ll take a drip coffee maker any day. I want to smell my coffee brewing, not just when I put the cup up to my mouth or after it’s ready. That first whiff is just as good as the first sip for me.”

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gbeattie8540 added this to gbeattie8540's ideasJun 3, 2019

Could you do small coffee and bar in small pantry b/w kitchen and dining room?

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