A white Monte Vista kitchen

This Award-winning kitchen proves vintage doesn't have to look old and tired. This previously dark kitchen was updated with white, gold, and wood in the historic district of Monte Vista. The challenge is making a new kitchen look and feel like it belongs in a charming older home. The highlight and starting point is the original hex tile flooring in white and gold. It was in excellent condition and merely needed a good cleaning. The addition of white calacatta marble, white subway tile, walnut wood counters, brass and gold accents keep the charm intact. Cabinet panels mimic original door panels found in other areas of the home. Custom coffee storage is a modern bonus! Sub-Zero Refrig, Rohl sink, brass woven wire grill.

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Brenda Stoltz tilføjede dette til kitchenfor 4 dage siden

What I don't like: - Subway look of subway tiles (with the darker grout)

kosteri tilføjede dette til Trevor4. august 2020

Like good-size frame surrounding the glass of cabinet. Also love the mesh (?) insert in the cabinet below the sink. It breaks up all the white. Although, with my stainless appliances it may not be necessary.

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