Craftsman details on the cabinets, windows and doors blend with other classic elements in this light-filled California kitchen. A Viking range and other stainless steel appliances add to the room's streamlined look, while a pocket door eliminates wasted space allowing a breakfast nook table to sit adjacent to the kitchen.
This family of five (plus their four pugs) wanted a clean-lined, contemporary kitchen without a lot of extra muss and fuss, so expansive cabinets were installed to hold all of the family's tools and accessories. They also added an extra large kitchen island to hold two Viking dishwashers and provide even more storage and prep space for the family.
This family of five needed a kitchen that could accommodate them all but still had all the contemporary flair the family loved, so they added a large kitchen island with Viking appliances and white Thassos countertops for style and extra durability. They then added a dining area that could comfortably seat six and additional banquette seating for the family's entertaining needs.
The family of five needed lots of seating and prep space in their kitchen, but they also wanted the space to remain stylish and functional, so they added an oversized island with a Viking prep sink and two Viking dishwashers to handle the abundance of dishes a large family is sure to create. The extra large area of the countertop gives the family plenty of space to prepare their meals, as well as lots of space underneath for storage. With its sleek, clean lines, the island not only added functionality to the space, but also gave the family the contemporary aspect they were looking for. The breakfast area just on the other side of the island meets the same requirements for the family. A dark stained dining table seats six, while the padded banquette adds to the contemporary feel to the space, with its metallic, tufted fabric and throw pillows, and also gives the space extra seating.
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