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Wilton Whole Home RenovationTransitional Kitchen, Atlanta

Jeff Herr

Open concept kitchen - transitional galley dark wood floor open concept kitchen idea in Atlanta with a farmhouse sink, recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, solid surface countertops, white backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island —  Houzz
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eyet_family wrote:June 24, 2016
  • girardka

    Would love to know where the range hood is from. Thanks!!

  • PRO
    Terracotta Design Build

    This is a custom hood from Vent-a-Hood.

jimmymilne wrote:October 29, 2015
Pivot Strategies wrote:January 13, 2015
  • Darian Handley
    That's the Hood, from Rejuvenation.
  • louiechino

    Hello just wondering where these pendants are from?

jessbogart wrote:June 27, 2014
dpma wrote:October 22, 2014
  • meli318
    Serena and Lily has these French cafe chairs
annwelch wrote:June 26, 2014
  • annwelch
    Oops, I see now that it's Serena and Lily...
Maggie Leahy wrote:July 21, 2015
    annalynn1 wrote:March 5, 2015
      Pivot Strategies wrote:January 13, 2015
        jenkennedy3 wrote:June 30, 2014
          jhokane wrote:June 26, 2014
            Karin Boris wrote:June 10, 2014

              What Houzz contributors are saying:

              Marie Flanigan Interiors added this to 6 Bar Stool Styles That Work in (Almost) Every KitchenNovember 8, 2017

              2. Bistro, or RivieraThis French cafe-inspired style is a great choice for weaving color and a fresh perspective through your kitchen. Here, the stools help tie all the kitchen finishes together. The frames speak to the flooring, and the seats echo the whites found in the cabinetry and island countertop.

              Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Upgrades for a Touch of Kitchen EleganceJuly 9, 2014

              6. Upscale counter stools. There are so many options when it comes to kitchen counter seating that there’s no reason to stick with plain bar stools, unless you want to. Try classic bistro stools (like the ones shown here), sculptural wooden stools or sleek Lucite ones.Also notice the pendant lights in this kitchen — if you have a long counter, placing a row of three large-scale pendant lights above is a great way to bring focus to the space. Glass pendants like the ones shown here are elegant and maximize light.How to do kitchen-island pendant lights right Stools: Riviera, Serena & Lily

              Fred Albert added this to Houzz Tour: A Georgia Foreclosure Gets a Major OverhaulMay 20, 2014

              AFTER: The remodeled kitchen looks much more unified, with a consistently clean design seasoned with provocative details — like chrome and acrylic cabinet handles — to keep things interesting. “It had to be warm and cozy, but not fussy in any way,” says Hidalgo-Nilsson.Pendant lights: Rejuvenation; stools: Serena & Lily

              What Houzzers are commenting on:

              irishkm added this to Diane's KitchenJanuary 9, 2020

              Imagine your kitchen like this, with casual seating where the dining room is now and moving your dining into enclosed porch!

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