How To Design Your Kosher Kitchen - Let the Light Shine In

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In this busy kitchen, designer Pamela Jemal combines graceful beauty and loads of practicality. An arched ceiling maximizes the sunlight contributing to an open, inviting space for the whole family and a highly functional space for the chief cook—mom.

crystals and pantry

Ice Cube Crystals - Each cube is a fixture on its own, in this group of fun and whimsical lighting over the dinette.

Inside the Pantry - The shelves glide forward.

farmhouse sink

Farmhouse Sink - The extra large, country style sink is reborn in contemporary style with stainless steel.

What’s in the Island? A pop-up bread mixer, a pop-up Kitchen Aid, and a spice pullout drawer—for maximum productivity and easy access.

chimney and lights

Glass Balls - These funky fixtures are extra bright for ample kitchen light

Air Safety - A Zephyr Chimney Hood ventilates, sending the smoke and moisture out and maintaining good air quality within—even when cooking on all SIX burners

Dyed Koto Wood - Set in a horizontal grain, top cabinets in a shade of grey are the focal point.

What do you like about this kitchen?

Photos by Morris Antebi
Design by Pamela Jemal Designs
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