5 Remarkable Kitchen Renovations
Focusing on products made Stateside wasn’t Danny Seo’s first priority for his
kitchen renovation—instead, he had one specific requirement: stainless-steel cabinets to replace the original, musty wood ones.
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The original kitchen in a 1950 home was cramped and dingy, forcing architect Janet Bloomberg to
reimagine the space and open it up to the rest of the living area.
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“The big, important things to me are materials and color,” Bloomberg says. “I wanted to make a happy kitchen.” Departing from all the “wood kitchens” she designs for clients, Bloomberg had her cabinetmaker craft laminate cabinets from Abet Laminati in shades of pale green and turquoise—her favorite hues.
See more before and after shots here.
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Architect Mike Jacobs reconfigured the cooking space and knocked down walls to create an expansive great room that now has a view to the patio.
See more shots from the house here.
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After a young couple purchased an apartment in New York City's Greenwich Village, they turned to Matthew Miller of local firm
StudioLAB to rescue its dark, closed-off interiors. The kitchen was originally long, narrow, and completely closed off from the rest of the apartment. Miller opened up the plan to create a more spacious feel.
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