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1. Warm and industrialDesigner: Kristin Winn Weinrich of Four Brothers Location: Washington, D.C.Size: 216 square feet (20 square meters); 13½ by 16 feet (4.1 by 4.8 meters)Homeowners’ request: Expand a small, cut-off galley kitchen into a big, warm space that would feel more connected to the surrounding dining and living areas. Gray and white: Medium gray custom cabinets (Stonedust, Elmwood Fine Custom Cabinetry) help highlight and balance out the warm golden wood tones. Gray wall paint (London Fog, Benjamin Moore). White quartz countertop with subtle gray veining. White subway tile (Arctic White, Daltile). Painted white shiplap (Super White, Benjamin Moore). “I think almost every kitchen should have a clean, white element,” designer Kristin Winn Weinrich says. Other special features: Three-inch-thick maple butcher block island countertop. BlueStar range in vibrant Signal Yellow. Tall pantry with roll-outs. Panel-ready freezer drawers in island. Appliance garage. Island cabinets with hidden touch latches. Cast iron shelving brackets. Raw steel stools. Matte black cabinet pulls. Glossy black pendants.