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Eat-in kitchen - small traditional l-shaped medium tone wood floor eat-in kitchen idea in Los Angeles with stainless steel appliances, glass-front cabinets, white cabinets, an undermount sink, stone slab backsplash, marble countertops, an island and gray backsplash

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Eat-in kitchen - small traditional l-shaped medium tone wood floor eat-in kitchen idea in Los Angeles with stainless steel appliances, glass-front cabinets, white cabinets, an undermount sink, stone slab backsplash, marble countertops, an island and gray backsplash —  Houzz
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Joanne Pritchard wrote:Apr 1, 2013
  • cblandford
    The range and microwave/hood look like Viking.
    Viking Professional Series VMOR205SS 30" Convection Microwave Hood · More Info
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    Suzie Parkinson SÜZA DESIGN
    It's built into the microwave...
rodlandal wrote:Oct 19, 2012
  • kaicomm
    Beautiful kitchen. What are the dimensions?
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    Suzie Parkinson SÜZA DESIGN
    I'm sorry, I don't know for sure and don't have any floor plans for it! It's on the smaller side and my guess is that the stove wall is 8' and the sink wall is 6'. Good luck on your project!! :O)
bellasoph wrote:Apr 21, 2011
jomulvaney wrote:May 16, 2012
  • allisondnorton
    Also interested in the light fixture over the table....where can I find it? Looking for drum shade pendant that's not modern. Thanks!
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    Purple Passion Designs
    I found one from Visual Comfort that is very similar.
karenmommy wrote:Feb 9, 2012
  • karenmommy
    i have a slab that we got with a display cabinet piece that had a very elaborate bullnose (or built up edge) that also made it look very thick -- I was told that to duplicate it and put it all around our kitchen would be very costly. Do you know if there is a nice way to do that without incurring so much expense?
    where do I learn how to do a nice edge that looks thick like this one. It does appear as thick at 2". but you say the slabs are all about 1" thick right?
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    Suzie Parkinson SÜZA DESIGN
    Slabs vary in thickness, but a reputable stone fabricator should be able to give you a quote based on the material and edge fabrication. The rounded edge is pretty much standard and a "pre-fabricated" in stock item, so they're less, but the only way to have this look is to go custom.
jmmmlake wrote:Aug 1, 2011
elsina_moes wrote:Feb 10, 2011
  • katievermont
    What is the size of the entire kitchen area?
  • dwperdue

    what color are the cabinets? is that white dove?

mstuckey wrote:Oct 14, 2012
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amyggabb wrote:Jan 1, 2015
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    Suzie Parkinson SÜZA DESIGN
    I believe the island is 40" x 22"... as for the distance from the counter, I usually want at least 30" clearance on all sides so that you can easily move around... :O)
amyscrib wrote:Sep 24, 2014
Janet Welch wrote:Mar 26, 2014
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    Suzie Parkinson SÜZA DESIGN
    I'm not sure I understand your question... are you wondering about the cabinetry? It was custom-built and I believe we had a lazy Susan and retractable door to fully access the corner... hope that helps! :O)
aswr wrote:Jan 1, 2014
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    Suzie Parkinson SÜZA DESIGN
    It's a dining room / Kitchen combo... My estimate is that the wall with the stove is 11.5' and 14' to the other side of the table. In trying to calculate, know that counter depth is 24", stoves are generally 30-36" wide as are refrigerators and sinks. Hope this is helpful! :O)
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benantnick wrote:Feb 21, 2012
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sarahkow wrote:Jan 22, 2012
  • Emily H
    It looks like it to me! Beautiful kitchen!
Julie Kelly wrote:Nov 4, 2011
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    Kelly Porter
    Try White Fur WF610 by Behr.
amymthornton wrote:Apr 12, 2011
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    Suzie Parkinson SÜZA DESIGN
    Hi, I'm sorry but I don't recall the size of the room and don't have the time to unearth the info. If you're planning on renovating your kitchen, you might want to hire a designer to do the layout for you if nothing else so that it's the best use of your space. :o)
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              Laura Bendik Interiors wrote:Jul 12, 2011

                What Houzz contributors are saying:

                Apartment 46 for the Home added this to Small, Slim and Super: Compact Kitchen Islands That Offer Big FunctionJul 4, 2016

                The key to adding a small island or cart is to understand what your needs are and then find a piece that addresses several of them at once. It’s recommended that an island be no less than 40 by 40 inches (1 by 1 meter) for a small kitchen, but if you’re using an elongated table as opposed to a square, you’ll want to go for something no less than 24 inches (61 centimeters) wide to give yourself enough work space.

                Dana Miller added this to Home Above the Range: Smart Uses for Cooktop SpaceMay 5, 2012

                In a small kitchen, a vented microwave over the cooktop is a practical solution. For a custom look, continue cabinetry above the microwave.

                Debbie Snider added this to Carrara vs. Calacatta Marble: What Is the Difference?Jul 16, 2011

                Carrara: The backsplash has an overall gray tone and provides the color in this white kitchen.

                What Houzzers are commenting on:

                Diane LaMont added this to My ideas4 days ago

                I like the contrast of the back splash, countertops, floor, cabinets, and furniture.

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