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Mountain style kitchen photo in Los Angeles with recessed-panel cabinets, mirror backsplash, white appliances and white cabinets

uptown country kitchen photo: Mike P KelleyRustic Kitchen, Los Angeles

Michael Kelley / mpkelley.com

Fir tongue and groove ceiling
Vintage pendant light
Heartland Legacy Range
Beveled mirror subway tile by Jockimo
Brazilian Soapstone countertop, unoiled
Rubber floor tile in leather finish
Custom crown and casings

Mountain style kitchen photo in Los Angeles with recessed-panel cabinets, mirror backsplash, white appliances and white cabinets —  Houzz
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Questions About This Photo (12)
palippold wrote:Aug 26, 2012
  • palippold
    They are from Artistic Tile, they're hand silvered, 3x6 tiles. I'm putting them in a 'hutch' area that has a marble counter...the rest of the kitchen has marble subway tiles for backsplash and steel grey granite countertops...so I wanted something different for this area.
    I love what you did!
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    Ggem Design Co.
    Sounds like it'll be gorgeous & Thank you for the compliment.
jakerobin wrote:Sep 14, 2014
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    Jennifer A. Emmer/Feng Shui Style
    If you'd like to use a mirror for Feng Shui reasons, I wanted to give some background on that. in China, food = wealth. So, the burners on the stove represent wealth. By putting a mirror behind the stove, the burners are reflected, and "doubled". So, you are symbolically "doubling your wealth". However, for this purpose, it is best to use a solid, large mirror, rather than mirrored tiles. That's because the mirrored tiles break up your reflection, as well as whatever the mirror is reflecting.

    I'm a Feng Shui Master in San Jose, CA. Feel free to ask me if you have other questions.

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    Ggem Design Co.

    Thanks for the input, Jennifer A Emmer!

Holly Berecz wrote:Mar 20, 2014
  • Holly Berecz
    Thanks so much. Can you tell me any background information on the "pet area?" What was the reasoning behind the request? Do you receive a lot of requests for incorporating the family pet? I'd love to use a quote. If you'd rather, you can email me (and include your name for quoting purposes) at holly.berecz@me.com. Thanks again!
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    Ggem Design Co.
    I've got 2 more for you. I actually can only think of a few projects where I haven't been asked to work in a pet or dog station. I have pets, so I think I attract clients with pets. I hope that the stray dog hair the lint roller missed helps sell my services- it's branding!

    The photo you asked about was in a kitchen with no room to spare. Every use needed a home, there could't be a stray trash barrel or dog bowl around!

    This first one was an entire room in a large home, we did a "vanity" with the food below, a twin bed on a low platform for the dog bed and we restored a shower in what in a no pet home would have been a powder room to accomodate those dogs! We also drilled holes into the recessed panel door so the dogs could check out what was going on a little.
    Dog Station · More Info

    and this fabulous polka dot floor project had a giant room for their dogs to lounge and eat in, they had their own door under the cat's feeding station on top of the desk.
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    On the art deco loft project we got so lucky and found a cafeteria tray from the building itself from when it was a department store for the cats to use. Even cats should collect antiques. I'll post that photo in a new answer.

    Meeting my client's pets is one of my FAVORITE parts of this wonderful career.
Angie Batts wrote:Nov 29, 2012
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Emily Walley wrote:Apr 6, 2015
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    Ggem Design Co.

    These are beveled antique mirror tiles from Jockimo. Ann Sacks makes something similar. They are specifically made to withstand the heat. Sorry I don't have further info on the installation specifics. Good luck!

Danielle Denis wrote:Jul 23, 2014
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    Ggem Design Co.
    Our clients are dog people, it's true! Dogs on the beds, sofas and indeed, in the kitchen!
seashells4me wrote:Oct 17, 2013
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    Ggem Design Co.
    That over is the Heartland Legend. I believe the model is discontinued but they have several beautiful stoves.
marycgould wrote:Sep 23, 2013
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    Ggem Design Co.
    Sure, thanks for the inquiry. It's 3cm Brazilian Soapstone.
slumiere wrote:Apr 19, 2013
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    Ggem Design Co.
    It will not, this product (from Jockimo) is built to handle heat. Good luck!
willilc1 wrote:Nov 29, 2012
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    Ggem Design Co.
    I stumbled across this fixture at a charity shop. It appears to be 1960's. It's ceramic. Oh my goodness I love that thing!
etoennies wrote:May 30, 2012

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Mitchell Parker added this to 7 Ways to Design Your Kitchen to Help You Lose WeightSep 17, 2014

Wansink is the first to admit that nobody is perfect and that it’s impossible to do everything. He’s developed a 100-point checklist, featured in the book, that allows homeowners to gauge how well their kitchen is working for them. It contains phrases like, “There is a blender on the counter” and “A fruit bowl is visible.” Check fewer than 40, and your kitchen is working against you. Above 60 and it’s working for you. (I scored a 48. Wansink’s family got an 83.)“People who don’t have a microwave or keep their microwave in a different room tend to weigh less,” he says. “They cook more from scratch and eat fewer pre-prepared foods. So you can move your microwave to another room. But not everyone is going to do that. That’s fine. There are 99 other things you can do too.”And Wansink knows what you’re thinking: Now that you know all of this, you won’t snack so much, right? Wrong. “During the day’s chaos, our automatic behaviors lead us to make the same mindless eating mistakes we’ve always made,” he says. “We suffer — and so do our kids. It’s really difficult to become slim by willpower. It’s a lot easier to become slim by design. You change it once and forget about it.”

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