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Transitional l-shaped kitchen photo in New York with a farmhouse sink, shaker cabinets, gray cabinets, limestone countertops, gray backsplash, subway tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances
Studio Dearborn
Studio Dearborn
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Rouken Glen

Transitional Kitchen, New York

A beautiful tudor in the Rouken Glen neighborhood of Larchmont New York, in Lower Westchester County New York, had a dated 1950s kitchen. The homeowner, who loves to cook, had huge quantities of cookware and serving pieces, so her new kitchen needed to have lots of storage. However, she also wanted an open feel with minimal upper cabinets. Dearborn Cabinetry worked with architect Zach Schweter to design the new, open layout with a large island with ample seating. Dearborn developed a custom door for this customer who wanted a very clean, shaker style look with minimalist details. Cabinetry color is Benjamin Moore brushed aluminum; countertops are Pietra Cardosa limestone; appliances by Thermador; sink by Shaws (Rohl).