Host Stephanie McWilliams turns a couple's bland kitchen into an Asian-inspired space, perfect for entertaining.
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The kitchen is transformed into an inspiring and intimate space, filled with a combination of natural, Zen-like elements and dynamic, stylish features. The cabinets are painted a light brown and new brushed chrome cabinet handles add a modern touch to the space. Wooden countertops are highlighted by a recycled eco-resin backsplash. New appliances and red fire elements complete the look.
dishwasher (Kenmore, 02213743000, model #13743); range (Kenmore Elite, 02275403000, model #75403); refrigerator (Kenmore); table (Nigoshi, 00813410000); chairs (Nigoshi, micro-suede, 00813411000) - Sears
butcher block countertop - Ikea
eco-resin backsplash - 3form
plates (Agate); platter (Root); bowls (Papaya) - Viva Terra
hanging screen, Buddha head, small cabinet in front entrance - Pier 1 Imports
chandelier - Z-Gallerie
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