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Small Kitchens: Third Place

Casual Contemporary Kitchen by Dana Jones

Through the removal of a wall, repositioning of the sink and cook top, addition of a skylight and the introduction of serenity and order that's prevalent in Japanese design, a dark galley kitchen has been transformed. The open and inviting space is an appealing succession of complimenting components beginning with bamboo cabinetry with horizontal grain. The narrow glass tiles form a vibrant backsplash and reinforce the natural horizontal flow. A furniture style dish cabinet contributes a contrasting anchor, and upper shoji panels reinforce the overall Japanese influence. High windows on the cook wall offer natural light, while blocking the view of neighbors. Fresh green bamboo joined together with the darker tones of flooring and countertops create a comfortably assimilated space.

Photo By: Armen Asadorian Photography
Dana Jones
The Kitchen Consultant
7053 E. Stearns Street
Long Beach CA 90815
phone (562) 431-1911
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