Condo Remodel, Washington DC

COLOR CODED. Awash in neutral tones, this contemporary kitchen serves up simplicity in a Philadelphia couple’s secondary residence in DC. Matte white base cabinets—topped with speckled gray granite and a white ceramic tile backsplash—create a L-shaped prep center. Without wall cabinets to distract, the central window floats freely above the sink, while dappled gray resilient linoleum covers the floor.
Photography by Anice Hoachlander

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Vanessa Brunner added this to Which Kitchen Style to Choose: Open or Closed?12 December 2017

While most of Dixon's clients ask for open-concept kitchens, some prefer a closed-off space. "There will always be some people who are uncomfortable with letting guests see their 'unmentionables,'" she says. "It's definitely a more formal layout, but it ultimately comes down to personal preference." If you want to leave your smells and mess behind when serving meals, a closed layout could be for you.

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Darcy Nestorovic added this to Darcy Nestorovic: Remodel - Kitchenette/Bar Details24 January 2022

cabinets and pulls but not white

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