Susan TeareContemporary Kitchen, Burlington

Living on the Edge, Lakefront Contemporary Prairie Style Home

Trendy l-shaped eat-in kitchen photo in Burlington with a farmhouse sink, open cabinets, gray cabinets, blue backsplash and stainless steel appliances —  Houzz
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jdkrebs wrote:Apr 14, 2013
  • inkjs
    Beautiful space! How long is your island? I love the lights and was thinking of buying a few to hang above my island, but I think my island may be too small for three...
  • Jocelyn Hastain
    What brand or where did you get the backsplash tiles? Beautiful!
sandrastout wrote:Feb 24, 2013
  • crissy170
    Globe Pendant from West Elm
  • alisonwsimon
    which size are they?
clanglois1 wrote:Mar 2, 2012
  • bepsf
    Appears to be solid Maple - same as the island countertop
Mike Lucas wrote:Jan 5, 2012
pancake4 wrote:Aug 19, 2016
    kenz453 wrote:Jun 26, 2014
      tbilski wrote:May 25, 2013

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        Laura Gaskill added this to How to Choose a Home Water Filtering SystemSep 1, 2013

        Undersink or water pitcher: Which to choose? Undersink models tend to work more effectively than water pitchers and bottles, thanks to the added pressure forcing water through the filtration system — and you have the option of choosing a reverse-osmosis filter. Undersink models have the added benefit of filtering as you use, so there's no need to remember to refill the pitcher, but they are also more expensive to install. So what's the bottom line? If you are looking for a quick, inexpensive solution (or you are a renter) and a carbon filter is all you need, a water pitcher is the way to go. If you are looking for a more permanent solution, or need more filtration than an activated carbon filter offers, get an undersink model.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        Carlynne Cutler added this to Kitchen Idea's for MomJul 29, 2019

        like this, like the light blue contrast with birch wood. like the clean simple lines. don't like the dishes exposed. want it all to be clean and contained.

        Renee Hunt added this to Thorner KitchenMar 24, 2019

        i like this colour and the open ended side of the cabinet

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