Wilshire Kitchen, Portland (Photo: Matt Niebuhr)Transitional Kitchen, Portland

Designed for a 1930s Portland, OR home, this kitchen remodel aims for a clean, timeless sensibility without sacrificing the space to generic modernism. Cherry cabinets, Ice Stone countertops and Heath tile add texture and variation in an otherwise sleek, pared down design. A custom built-in bench works well for eat-in breakfasts. Period reproduction lighting, Deco pulls, and a custom formica table root the kitchen to the origins of the home.
All photos by Matt Niebuhr. www.mattniebuhr.com

This is an example of a transitional galley eat-in kitchen in Portland with a farmhouse sink, blue splashback, flat-panel cabinets, medium wood cabinets, recycled glass benchtops, ceramic splashback and stainless steel appliances. —  Houzz
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Ice stone Recycle glass countertop

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like the wood and these little grey contemporary tiles

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just for reference: vertical stack that I don't think you like

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