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Kitchen Style – A Study in Contrasts

 

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Designer Pamela Jemal made this kitchen not only a functional workspace-but an oasis of glamour.  Contrast creates the drama, and high gloss marries the elements together.

Etched Glass

A new style in the dinette area visually separates cooking and eating spaces.

Blizzard Counters

Stark white counters by Caesarstone allow an interesting backsplash to pop.

Stainless Steel Drawers

Drawer fronts add modernity and allow the appliances to become part of the design and note the gray porcelain floor – completely practical!

Roman Shades

The Roman shades are sheer in the daylight, and opaque at night-for privacy when you want it

Stainless Steel Panel

The sheet of steel behind the grill creates an uninterrupted visual flow between the range and the hood.

Two Islands with a Surprise

An aisle in between makes it easier to get around and the electric mixer pops up out of the island for quick and easy baking.

 

Photos by Morris Antebi

Design by Pamela Jemal Designs (732-245-5151)

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3 Responses to Kitchen Style – A Study in Contrasts

  1. avatar says: cvaida

    Very interesting!

  2. avatar says: Sizzling

    So different…like it but not for my house, way too contrasting colors! you need a maid 24/7 to upkeep these white counters & cabinets!

  3. avatar says: Cookie123

    What a dream kitchen! This is gorgeous!!!

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