Spacious, Eclectic Kitchen

June and David Magilnick love their house, but they're not in love with their kitchen. They've called in the experts to help them turn their cramped kitchen into a work of art.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionRemoving the peninsula really opens up the couple's kitchen.
After reviewing all the designers' plans, the Magilnicks decide to use Ali Amani. Amani removes the peninsula making the kitchen layout much more functional, and the removal of the soffit has revealed the skylight and opened up the space dramatically. Amani brings in new appliances and furnishings for an eclectic style. From the granite countertops and handcrafted cabinet pulls to the glass backsplash and leather kitchen chairs, the room is a work of art. By contrasting contemporary appliances with old world elements, designer Ali Amani has created a spacious, eclectic kitchen for the Magilnick family.

YuMi side chairs — Heltzer
sink faucet (Systema) — KWC
Venetian plaster — Mimosa International, Ltd.
art glass tile — Studio G3 Glass
dishwasher/dish drawer (DD6035 Double Dish Drawer) — Fisher Paykel Appliances

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