Robin KitchenModern , Toronto

An all-white high gloss modern kitchen accented with a bold splash of orange.

Can't decide on a cooktop configuration? Make it a combination! Our clients wanted the convenience and the properties of an induction cooktop, but were also all-season grillers. So why not have both?

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ckdegenhardt wrote:Apr 12, 2015
  • Pablo Bernal
    I can't see a brand label - but just from the design, that looks like a modernist German faucet like those made by Hansgrohe or Grohe. You seem them often with ultra modern, streamlined kitchen designs - often with cabinetry by a brand like Poggenpohl, Snaidero, or Scavolini, and appliances by brands like Liebherr, Bulthaup, Gaggenau, Bosch, or Miele.
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Diane M. wrote:Aug 10, 2016
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    I bought a Wolf induction cooktop and love it! It cooks evenly and is much better than gas in my opinion! Water heats quickly. Food fries evenly, no up and down. I don't like the smell of gas cooking and the flame can be annoying if the pan is too small.

abivens35 wrote:May 3, 2015
  • rlevchets

    Hi! I know this post is from years ago, but any luck? I am looking to do this too and would love to hear about your experience.

m/m ccarp wrote:Apr 12, 2015
  • aayers324
    It's called back painted glass - According to kristie@addicted2decorating, "I contacted a local glass and mirror company, explained what I wanted to do, and they gave me an estimated price. My largest section will be about 18 inches by 10 feet long, and the price they gave me for that piece, 1/4-inch tempered and sanded smoothly on the edges, is $190. So if you're willing to do your own back painting, the price can be quite reasonable. Of course, if you need holes cut for outlets, light switches, etc., those extra cuts will increase the price.

    There's also a specialty paint available online for back painting glass, but it's quite expensive (about $275 for a gallon of paint plus catalyst). Just search for Glass Paint by GlassPrimer. And they can match the color to any color from any paint manufacturer."

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Jennifer Ott Design added this to 20 Kitchen Must-Haves From Houzz ReadersApr 2, 2015

12. Induction cooktop. An induction cooktop transfers heat to pots and pans via a magnetic field. Unlike a traditional electric or gas cooktop, the induction cooktop has a surface that never gets hot to the touch. For this reason, induction cooktops are popular in households with small children and for those in hotter climates — there’s no surface heat to transfer into the air. Induction cooktops are also more energy efficient than gas and traditional electric cooktops.Ginny20 says an induction cooktop is high on her must-have list. Monacro likes it because it’s safer around kids and very easy to clean. Pamelatyrrell adds, “Our induction cooktop is energy efficient, better for the environment, responsive to quick temperature changes and easy to clean. It boils water in 90 seconds for tea.”Read more about cooktops, including induction systems

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HU-410870736 added this to webuser_410870736's ideasFeb 6, 2019

GE® 30" Built-In Touch Control Electric Cooktop JP5030SJSS $980

Chris Nicholson added this to cnicholson37's ideasMay 22, 2018

Induction cooktop--- perhaps a small modular one in addition to range

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