Steven Gambrel Time and PlaceContemporary Kitchen, New York

Excerpted from Steven Gambrel: Time & Place (Abrams, 2012). Photography by Eric Piasecki.

Inspiration for a contemporary eat-in kitchen remodel in New York with flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets and stainless steel appliances —  Houzz
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Melissa Jackaman wrote:June 22, 2013
  • taniafrantoff
    Could you please tell me where the table is from?
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    Prestige Chandelier
    We can make similar lights for you. If you are interested contact me.
cljg7695 wrote:July 1, 2012
  • James McCarthy

    I'll pay someone to make me that chandelier!!! I love it.


  • brunoodonnell

    Where can I buy the doors?

rochestermnmueller wrote:March 9, 2014
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    JC Design PDX
    Is the table custom??
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Sarah Saul wrote:July 4, 2012
  • Home Ecology
    agree! love the pendants, source please!
  • popeline
    Moi aussi !
bbffefe wrote:April 30, 2014
SPECs wrote:April 4, 2013
  • lafayette04
    where can we buy these table legs?
  • trentbarb

    Found very similar legs on Aliexpress. Search for

    China Manufacturer New Style Wishbone Table Legs. I believe the legs in this table are a brass tone- which is offered on Aliexpress. You'd need to negotiate the quantity and shipping price.

lizwat wrote:July 4, 2012
  • Deb Kapteyn
    I love this kitchen more than any other I have seen on houzz. Where can I find the light fixture?
  • trie9
    Where are the kitchen cabinets from-with the white and metal?
mlcea wrote:March 31, 2013
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    mztkkr
    did you ever find a source? dying for these
  • skinglevine
    love the doors too!!
Drea Drea wrote:August 27, 2012
  • lhindle
    They are mirrors, not cutouts.
  • mariefoss
    love the table who makes it
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                        What Houzz contributors are saying:

                        sheilaschmitz
                        Sheila Schmitz added this to Give Your Kitchen a Café VibeJuly 24, 2014

                        Add swinging kitchen doors. Swinging doors deliver bistro flair, especially when they have mirrored or glass features. They evoke images of bow-tied waiters bustling through with laden trays held high.

                        lolalina
                        Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Kitchen Setups for an Eating Area You’ll LoveFebruary 5, 2014

                        Restaurant-style doors + globe chandelier. Why not make the door a design feature? Restaurant-style swinging doors with circular glass insets bring energy to the kitchen here, while a chandelier made up of globe lights in different hues echoes the shape of the round panes in the door.

                        lolalina
                        Laura Gaskill added this to Simple Pleasures: Share Supper in the KitchenAugust 21, 2013

                        Have snacks ready to go. There is no need to tire yourself out making elaborate small plates — some ripe, in-season fruit plus nuts, cheeses and olives would be ample. Vary the height of your display for visual interest and set everything out (along with the makings for drinks or a bottle of wine) before guests arrive. A few ideas: Put antipasti on wooden or marble cheese boards, a wood slab or cake stands; stand up cheese straws or bread sticks in glasses; plunk olives and nuts in tiny bowls or ramekins.

                        amberhopman
                        Amber Hopman added this to Trend Alert: Swinging Doors Can't Miss for ConvenienceNovember 14, 2012

                        Swinging doors don't always need to be white with small round windows. This fun double door, paired with an eclectic chandelier and diner-style chairs, gives this room a retro yet trendy twist.

                        What Houzzers are commenting on:

                        beckydivo
                        beckydivo added this to 925 ParkhillJanuary 9, 2020

                        LOVE the circle door -- for privacy door to bedroom wing?

                        theurbanist
                        David Barry added this to Casa GrandeDecember 7, 2019

                        I like these doors for the opening between the living room and the mud room, but I’m not sure circles will match the interior geometry.

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