Transitional KitchenTransitional Kitchen, Houston

This is an example of a transitional kitchen in Houston with an undermount sink, recessed-panel cabinets, grey cabinets, white splashback, subway tile splashback, stainless steel appliances, light hardwood floors, with island and white benchtop. —  Houzz
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Jenny Drew added this to 14 Design Ideas From the Most Popular Kitchen Photos of 201618 December 2016

4. Zoning with pendantsAs kitchen layouts become more open, spatial identifiers used to define key zones in the room serve practical as well as aesthetic functions. Enter the trusty pendant light that draws attention to key features, such as your island or dining banquette, while providing much-needed task lighting.Style tip: Choose shades in matching or complementary shades to the rest of your kitchen colour scheme for a soothing, cohesive look, or go for oversized pendants, bold colours or contrasting materials (maybe even at the same time!) for a statement look.

Sam Ferris added this to 4 Simple Steps for Measuring Kitchen Cabinets22 May 2016

Step 4: Measure the height of your ceilingThe height of your ceiling will clue you in to the ideal height for your upper cabinets. Here’s why:The standard height of lower cabinets is 720 millimetres.The standard thickness of benchtops is generally 20 millimetres.The minimum splashback height is 450 millimetres, or 600 millimetres if it’s behind the sink.When you subtract these common measurements from the height of your ceiling, you’ll know which upper cabinet height will fit in the remaining space.It’s ultimately up to you to figure out which height works best. You don’t have to take your cabinetry all the way up to your ceiling; it’s perfectly acceptable to leave empty space at the top. Some homeowners don’t like taller upper cabinets because they’re harder to access. Of course, there are exceptions to these standards. Take note of any possible exceptions in your own kitchen and factor them into your measurements.

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leahhburrus added this to Inspiration2 days ago

I like the paint color and cabinets

laurenne piercy added this to Stone island3 days ago

More design on end for larger island

HU-681132982 added this to My Project4 days ago

Where is the blue other than on the boarder floor tile? Is this too dark for the dark blue wall in the breakfast area?

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