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Skillman RenovationTraditional Kitchen, New York

The home owner’s of this 90’s home came to us looking for an updated kitchen design and furniture for the family room, living room, dining room and study. What they got was an overall tweaking of the entire first floor. Small changes to the architecture and trim details made a large impact on the overall feel of the individual spaces in an open floorplan space. We then layered on all new lighting, wall and window treatments, furniture, accessories and art to create a warm and beautiful home for a young, growing family.Photo by Tom Grimes

Inspiration for a timeless l-shaped medium tone wood floor kitchen remodel in New York with an undermount sink, white cabinets, quartz countertops, white backsplash, marble backsplash, stainless steel appliances, an island and raised-panel cabinets —  Houzz
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

yanicsimard
Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to How Much Space You Need (and What to Do if You Don’t Have It)Oct 30, 2017

Between the Island and the CounterFor ease of use in the kitchen, the island surface should be within relatively easy reach and not too far from the fridge, stove or sink. However, it should also not be so close to the main counters that you don’t feel like you can turn around without bumping into something.A distance of 36 to 42 inches between the island and the main counters works well for a kitchen with a single cook; 48 inches will be better for a kitchen that will see two home chefs working in tandem.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

abodecontracting
abodecontracting@hotmail.com added this to 310 KitchenJun 2, 2019

Back splash, bright blue island, counter top, floor

abodecontracting
abodecontracting@hotmail.com added this to 310 ideasMay 25, 2019

Back splash, blue color and floor

mzlinda
Mzlinda added this to New House IdeasApr 17, 2019

For ease of use in the kitchen, the island surface should be within relatively easy reach and not too far from the fridge, stove or sink. However, it should also not be so close to the main counters that you don’t feel like you can turn around without bumping into something. A distance of 36 to 42 inches between the island and the main counters works well for a kitchen with a single cook; 48 inches will be better for a kitchen that will see two home chefs working in tandem.

nikki_milgate
Nikki Milgate added this to KitchensFeb 17, 2019

Small kitchen but the island add more workspace

colmc99
colmc99 added this to kitchensJan 20, 2019

-color of the island -use of limited space -space around cooktop

heavensangel27
heavensangel27 added this to kitchen layoutJan 17, 2019

Very similar layout to my kitchen, except I think my kitchen is slightly bigger. I like all the drawers.

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