Classic City Kitchen

a small galley kitchen opens up to the Dining Room in a 19th century Row House

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Manjula Prakash wrote:27 Dec 2012
Nivedita Mukherjee wrote:3 Jul 2012
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    Jeanne Finnerty Interior Design
    HI- To keep things very simple - I designed a single-panel, garage-style door above the hood. It is 30" w. and approx 12"h. The interior of the cabinet has a jog which accommodates the venting of the hood. All the upper cabinets are 14" d.
  • Nivedita Mukherjee
    thanks Jeanne....we are in a process of doing our kitchen from scratch...this photo is indeed very helpful to me...
Madhurita Chakrabarti wrote:19 May 2014
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    Jeanne Finnerty Interior Design
    There are so many variables - this construction was combined with a completely renovated basement and it is in the northeast, which can skew the numbers. You would be better off going to a local cabinet-shop and show them these images.
Rita Shrama wrote:7 May 2013
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    Jeanne Finnerty Interior Design
    In this kitchen, the general contractor was able to run the pipe up through the basement ceiling. Each situation is different, check with a local contractor.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Lisa Frederick added this to Want to Make Your Small Kitchen Feel Bigger?27 Nov 2017

2. Paint cabinets the same colour as the wallsLimiting the cabinetry and the wall colour to a single hue erases visual boundaries that might stop the eye. The conventional school of thought is that pale colours will reflect light and make the space feel bigger, and that’s certainly a safe approach. But don’t be afraid to go dark, either. Deep tones such as black, navy, charcoal and chocolate recede visually and create the impression that the walls are farther back than they really are.Check out these kitchen cabinet colour palettes

Archana Rajendran added this to Compact Kitchen Layouts That are Perfect for Small Apartments6 May 2017

4. U-shaped layoutsIdeal for: Wide enclosed spacesThis is among the most efficient options for small enclosed spaces, since one can place the hob, sink and refrigerator within easy reach of each other. A compact U-shape layout can still work even if you have breaks in the counter to make way for doorways.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Amber Sturgis added this to Kitchen15 Aug 2019

Small but lots of counter space

rimoyer added this to rimoyer's ideas31 Jul 2019

Flat panel doors (most common n Span) n flat drawers

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