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Transitional Stainless Steel Kitchen

November 25, 2014
Designer Peter Salerno combines pro-quality appliances and plenty of counter space with a mix of warm and contemporary finishes to create a chef's dream kitchen.
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Chef's Kitchen

Salerno meets the homeowners' specific cooking needs while balancing stainless steel and the painted maple cabinets with the warmth of a walnut island and quarter sawn oak flooring.

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Pretty Displays

Salerno creates display space for the homeowners' dish and glass collection by incorporating ten mullion doors and ten single glass doors over the freezer, china cabinet and refrigerator.

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Top-Notch Island

The eleven-foot stainless steel island has four work stations. The island features two ovens, eight burners, a griddle, a grill, a salamander, sink and pot filler. Above, a custom four-sided stainless steel exhaust hood with built-in halogen lighting illuminates the entire cooking and preparation area.

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Cozy Dining Spot

The built-in booth is made of painted beadboard, walnut and Pietra Cardosa. A window placed over the booth allows natural light from the home office area to enter the kitchen area.

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