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Studio: Kitchen Eclectic Kitchen, New York

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Kitchen - eclectic kitchen idea in New York — Houzz

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lovebath wrote:
What is the length of the appliance wall and ceiling hgt.?
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The length is 96 1/4" and height is 88 1/2". There is a exposed wood beam 30" from the left wall that is support. I was thinking that the fridge should start on the left (opposite this kitchen) which allows 6" to beam, the beam is 6" then the remaining wall length would be 59". My thought was to do two 6" rectangular storage cubbies to fill the space. Maybe a 12" enclosed cupboard would make more sense. I could also still flip the fridge if that would offers better cabinet options. Thank you for asking!
cutielulu593 wrote:
What are the dimensions of this kitchen?
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Petrona Bertrand
Does anyone know the dimensions for this lovely kitchen?
Jenn wrote:
Wheres the wood counter from?
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Tree Green Team
we can make counter like that for you
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kamcguire wrote:
Really like this refrigerator - can I get the name brand/model number?
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Looks like Liebherr
nanarivers wrote:
Name of flooring, please.
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harleyranger wrote:
Where can I get the handles/hardware and what size are they?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Artistic Balance for a Brooklyn Studio
The kitchen has just one wall of appliances and cabinets, meaning it's no larger than a typical small apartment galley kitchen, but its placement within the open plan makes it feel much more expansive, and it's flooded with natural light. The island defines a beautiful transition from living room to kitchen and can also serve as a workspace."We invested in the more permanent pieces, like appliances, custom cabinetry and hardware," Karol says. The pieces that will be there to stay were worth the splurge — if your kitchen is open to the rest of the space, it needs to be pleasing to look at. Besides, when you only have a few square feet of countertop and backsplash to purchase, an upgrade to honed Carrara marble doesn't add up to much extra money.
Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Inventive Ideas for Kitchen Islands
7. Use live-edge wood. Far simpler than the last example but no less striking, this island combines live-edge wood with hand-carved, painted wood for a modern take.

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