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    The plan for this newly built home called for two kitchens located next to one another, each with a distinct function. The kitchen in the main area was to be open and connected to all the living spaces as well as the outdoors. The “other” kitchen was designated the “summer” kitchen and was to be used for canning, baking and making preserves. Designer Gegg Design & Cabinetry designed the kitchens to be closely connected by two doorways, so the kitchens can share functions when necessary.

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    This kitchen remodel held special meaning to designer Le Coeur Design as the homeowners were also her parents, and the kitchen remodel was in the home she grew up in. The goal of the project was to create a space that would function day-to-day and also provide the flexibility for the homeowners to host their immediate family of 11. Space was needed to make this renovation happen.

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    Rustic details drove, but did not define, the design of the kitchen in this new home designed by Gegg Design & Cabinetry. Details such as dark rustic beams, stone features and plaster walls exude a rustic feel, but the homeowners wanted cabinetry that did not feel overly traditional or rustic. The solution was perimeter cabinets that are painted white with a walnut-stained island. The cabinet doors are one-inch-thick with a flat panel that was recessed as much as possible to give a bold feel.

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    Gegg Design & Cabinetry helped bring this 1904 kitchen back to its original location after being moved to what was the formal dining room. The dynamics of the layout didn’t work for the homeowners, so the decision was made to move the kitchen, but with an updated feel and function that suited their lifestyle. Double windows were removed and a new structural opening was created to let in even more light. A window seat was also added. The existing refrigerator was built into the wall between two arched openings. The pantry was removed and replaced with a coffee area.

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    The kitchen in this new-construction home is inspired by a visit to the Hamptons with a little European-modern flair mixed in. Rooted in the classic Hamptons fashion with white, transitional-style cabinetry, designers Accent on Cabinets and Slavin Residential took the light, comfortable Hamptons kitchen and gave it warmth and drama with natural walnut accents. Shiplap was applied to the walls and simple moldings and crown were used to ensure the space keeps the Hamptons feel. White cabinets are accented by polished nickel elements.

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