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    Like everything else in this kitchen designed by Jessie D. Miller Interior Design, the island is enormous. The designer chose butcher block ends to add variety and functionality to the expanse of white marble countertops. The island is painted an olive green, which the designer chose to anchor the massive island. Custom-designed light fixtures above the island are heavy iron and inspired by vintage factory pendants. The homeowners requested a statement arched windows allowing for views of their property to be the focal point of the kitchen.

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    Karr Bick Kitchen + Bath designed a timeless black-and-white kitchen with accents of gold that gives a feeling of refinement and elegance. The homeowners wanted the space to be comfortable enough for coffee with their kids yet stylish enough for entertaining family and friends. Sub-Zero appliances with integrated panels provide the convenience of a large refrigerator/freezer, wine fridge and icemaker with the warmth of cabinetry, not stainless steel.

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    This new-build kitchen by Gegg Design & Cabinetry and Garrison LTD focused on clean lines. The space is visible from the large, open-ceiling great room, so the design had to complement the area. The designers chose clean white cabinetry accented with mid-tone rift white oak and horizontal grain center panels for a more contemporary feel. The island, hood and refrigerators were all constructed of the stained wood. Mirrored upper panels on the refrigerator fronts lighten the effect of the wood. The glass-front cabinet interiors are also rift white oak for warmth and contrast.

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    These homeowners were looking for a charming updated kitchen that connected to the outdoors, functioned for everyday living and offered island seating for the entire family. Liston Design Build reconfigured the layout increasing the overall footprint by extending cabinetry to the ceiling and incorporating a small bar area between the kitchen and dining room. Soft gray upper cabinets paired with white-and-blue veined quartz countertops provide a beautiful canvas for the space.

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    The homeowners worked closely with Gegg Design & Cabinetry on a complete transformation of their kitchen, dining and living room to respect the classic details of the 1936 home. The layout of the first floor was completely reimagined. The kitchen was relocated to make it more interactive for today’s living and the daily dining room was moved to the old kitchen space while still open to the kitchen. The designer took great care to respect the trim details of the historic home.

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