Refined MidcenturyTransitional Kitchen, Seattle

Holland Photography

Transitional medium tone wood floor kitchen photo in Seattle with shaker cabinets, white cabinets and stainless steel appliances —  Houzz
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tkoski777 wrote:September 27, 2016
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    Design Harmony
    We designed this and had custom built by a local cabinetmaker. We suggest you find a cabinet shop in your area that can fabricate custom (not modular) pieces based on the space you have. Inserts were from Rev-A-Shelf.
  • Robert Mathia

    Space utilized in a proper way. And its great in design.

Holly DiPierro wrote:November 10, 2014
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    Design Harmony
    Thank you! It functions great!
  • ek_1

    how do i reconfigure a regular cabinet to the pull out long one? who do i call?

Elizabeth Sandow wrote:April 25, 2016
L Myers wrote:January 22, 2015
hollander wrote:September 15, 2014
Jennifer Hendershott wrote:January 23, 2015
  • pdareneau
    If you have kids, organisers Calendars, scheduled, menus, Section it with colors that suit your taste, maybe ribbon so you can rearrange them
Mireille M wrote:October 14, 2014
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    Design Harmony
    Thank you for your interest! The cabinet pantry is 28" wide, floor to ceiling with a rev-a-shelf pantry insert.
Teri Reeds wrote:November 14, 2016

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

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

    You can see how the kitchen relates to the dining area, above. Weihs located the pantry strategically so that when they come in with groceries, they can place them on the peninsula and put them away right here. Deep pullouts blend in with the home’s architecture on the side facing the dining room. On the refrigerator side, the cabinets and drawers are shallow — no digging to find things. The lower drawers are filled with snacks for the kids so that they can help themselves.

    Becky Harris added this to You Said It: ‘Art Is a Lot Like Food’ and Other Houzz QuotablesJanuary 21, 2015

    This one has no quotable line, because a group of photos told me the story. The group is the latest roundup of the 10 most popular photos on Houzz. I was so fascinated to see that half of them were of storage, mostly in kitchens, and in all of the photos, the cabinets, doors and/or drawers were open to show us just how much they hold and the clever ways they hold it. To me this says that the overwhelming interest is in building smarter, not larger, and figuring out the best ways to make the most of what we have. And that makes me happy. The full list: Best of Houzz 2015 — U.S.

    Mitchell Parker added this to The 2015 Best of Houzz Badges Have Arrived!January 19, 2015

    But things like smart storage are universal. And while you’ll see a lot of fresh, new spaces among the most popular photos of last year, like the Seattle kitchen shown here, you’ll also see a lot of spaces that have earned multiple badges over the years — which is a somewhat poignant statement on the power of good design. It doesn’t matter when something was created; good design will always have the ability to gain new fans time and time again.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    Rebecca 'Koll' Rupp added this to kitchenFebruary 10, 2020

    thin drawer for plastic wrap, bags, ect

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