Drama Season

Published: January 21, 2020

By Dianne M. Pogoda

The NKBA’s 2020 Professional Design Competition was clear evidence that the all-white kitchen and bath could have seen their heyday come and gone. While most designers agree that there will always be a place for classic white and sophisticated gray spaces, the winners in this year’s tilt incorporated numerous colors, metals, a forest full of wood tones, sculptural elements and textural accents to add dramatic interest to their designs. Open plans and maximized storage, often cleverly hidden, were paramount in most of the projects.

The winners were revealed at the Kitchen & Bath Design Competition + Industry Awards ceremonies at KBIS 2020 in Las Vegas on Jan. 20.

Kitchen and bath categories featured first, second and third places in traditional and contemporary styles, in sizes large (kitchens of 250 square feet or more; baths of 55 square feet or more) or small (kitchens under 250 square feet, baths under 55 square feet). First-place winners took home $3,000; second place was awarded $2,000, and third place earned $1,000. In addition, there were three specialty winners for Best Outdoor Kitchen, Design for Living in Place and the Clay Lyon Builder/Remodeler Award for a submission from a builder or remodeler.

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Grand prizes of $10,000 each were awarded to winners of best overall kitchen and best overall bath, selected from among  the first-place winners in the kitchen and bath categories. These designers also earned a feature in Luxe Interior + Design magazine and a portfolio review by an editor of Interior Design magazine. Both titles in the Sandow media portfolio.

Judges for the two-round competition included designers Cheryl Kees Clendenon; Peter Salerno, CMKBD; Rebekah Zaveloff, CKD; Richard Anuszkiewicz; Dawn DeLuca, AKBD, CLIPP, CAPS; Vicky Sanderson, editor of website “Around the House with Vicky Sanderson;” and DJ Carey, editor of Connecticut Cottages & Gardens.

The 2020 Kitchen + Bath Design Competition & Industry Awards were generously sponsored by 2020 (platinum sponsor) and The Home Depot (gold sponsor).

The Professional Design Competition will begin accepting entries for next year’s awards in the spring. Winners will be presented at KBIS on Feb. 8, 2021, in Orlando. Visit www.NKBA.org for details and an application packet.


CONTEMPORARY KITCHEN (Large): 1st  place Lana Zepponi Meyers, AKBD, Kitchens Unlimited, Memphis; Tennessee Chapter

Lana Zepponi Meyers designed this sleek, elegant kitchen for two cooks. The signature is the contrast between clean, white, high-gloss cabinetry and marble countertops and rich, grain-matched Mid-century style mahogany cabinets along a full wall, including integrated, paneled appliances. Deep (30-in.) countertops maximize prep space, and custom storage and special features abound.

Cabinetry: QCII
Dishwasher, Induction Cooktop, Microwave, Oven, Steam Oven & Ventilation: Miele
Ice Maker: Scotsman
Refrigerators: Liebherr & Sub-Zero

Photos: Sarah Bell, Selavie Photography


CONTEMPORARY KITCHEN (Large): 2nd place Sandra Diaz-Velasco, EOLO A&I Design, Miami; South Florida Chapter

Sandra Diaz-Velasco opened a cramped, closed-off kitchen to integrate seamlessly with the living space. She designed a curved wall with a custom wood mosaic and a curved, floating countertop for an organic flow evocative of waves and used dramatic dark wood cabinetry to camouflage the appliances and take full advantage of a stunning ocean view.

Cabinetry, Ceiling & Walls: Sanandres Construction
Cooktop: Smeg
Countertops: Compac Extreme Stone
Dishwasher: Bosch
Faucets/Fittings, Garbage Disposer & Sinks: Franke
Flooring: Florim
Lighting: Petite Fritture
Microwave & Oven: Thermador
Refrigerator: Liebherr
Ventilation: Faber
Washer & Dryer: Electrolux

Photos: Juan Pablo Estupiñan


CONTEMPORARY KITCHEN (Large): 3rd  place Elma Gardner, CMKBD, By Design Studio, Davis, Calif.; California Capital Chapter

Doing Double Duty
Sleek, expansive and green best describe Elma Gardner’s design for two chefs featuring two full workstations, integrated appliances, plenty of custom storage and an indoor garden that delivers fresh herbs. The home is LEED for Homes Platinum-certified and National Green Building Standard Emerald-certified; rough-hewn European oak cabinetry imparts a sophisticated organic element, and subtle green and yellow accents warm the neutral palette.

Cabinetry: Wood-Mode
Coffee System, Cooktop, Dishwasher, Microwave, Ovens, Refrigeration Columns, Steam Oven, Urban Cultivator Indoor Garden, Vacuum Storage System, Ventilation & Warming Drawers: Gaggenau
Ceiling & Wall: Environmental Stone Works
Countertops: Caesarstone & Walker Zanger
Faucets/Fittings & Sinks: Kohler & Poise
Garbage Disposer: InSinkErator
Flooring & Tile: Walker Zanger
Lighting: Eaton, Hafele, Hubbarton Forge
Smart Technology: Crestron
Special Features: Garaventa Lift Elevator
Water Delivery System: Rinnai
Windows: Western Windows

Photos: Jeffrey A. Davis Photography


CONTEMPORARY KITCHEN (Small): 1st place Svetlana Tryaskina, Estee Design, Toronto; Ontario/Canada Chapter

For a couple who moved from Bermuda to Toronto, Svetlana Tryaskina layered an array of materials, textures and colors to create an upscale, open-concept space with entertaining top-of-mind. She expanded the small island into a larger peninsula with more seating, storage and sophisticated lighting. Striking walnut cabinetry plays against a blue hand-glazed backsplash, evoking Bermuda’s blue waters.

Cabinetry: Custom
Cooktop, Steam Oven & Wall Oven: Wolf
Countertops: Laminam
Dishwasher: Asko
Faucets/Fittings: Brizo
Refrigerator: Sub-Zero
Sink: Blanco
Tile: Waterworks
Ventilation: Integrated Vent

Photos: Erik Rotter Photography


CONTEMPORARY KITCHEN (Small): 2nd place Sandra Diaz-Velasco, EOLO A&I Design, Miami; South Florida Chapter

Sandra Diaz-Velasco’s young bachelor client wanted a masculine, geometric and uncluttered design for his 1970s-era condo renovation. She delivered smooth surfaces, from the stone flooring, countertop and backsplashes to warm wood slab panels for cabinetry and sliding doors to conceal prep space, creating an edgy, sophisticated environment that’s all guy.

Backsplash & Countertops: Caesarstone
Cabinetry: Sanandres Construction
Cooktop, Microwave & Oven: Wolf
Dishwasher: Asko
Faucets/Fittings: Moen
Flooring: Naturalistone Porcelain
Garbage Disposer: Franke
Lighting: Union Lighting
Refrigerator: Sub-Zero
Sinks: Custom
Ventilation: Faber
Washer & Dryer: Whirlpool

Photos: Eugenio Wilman


CONTEMPORARY KITCHEN (Small): 3rd place Nyla Free, Nyla Free Designs, Calgary; Prairie Provinces Chapter

The kitchen in this large, loft-like home was centrally located, adjacent to the master bedroom and main living areas on either side. To separate the spaces, Nyla Free designed a large black box structure that includes pantry storage and fully integrated appliances. A burst of yellow on the island, which features sink and cooktop, keeps the space lively.

Cabinetry: Vic Martens Millwork & Design
Coffee Station, Cooktop & Oven: Miele
Countertop with Integrated Sink: Poliform
Dishwasher: Asko
Faucets/Fittings: Dornbracht
Flooring: Stone Tile West
Lighting: Hudson Valley
Refrigeration: Sub-Zero
Windows: Marvin

Photos: Ema Peter Photography

TRADITIONAL KITCHEN (Large) 1st place and BEST OVERALL KITCHEN: Sarah Robertson, AKBD, Studio Dearborn, Mamaronek, N.Y.; Westchester Chapter

A centerpiece of this winning design is modern chevron paneling on the appliance wall and bar that ties into the flooring and ceiling panel detail. A mix of classic details with contemporary twists pulls the design together, with ample custom storage solutions hidden in the warm gray cabinetry. It makes this the best overall kitchen, giving Sarah Robertson the top honor for the second consecutive year.

Cabinetry & Oak Paneling: Studio Dearborn
Dishwasher: Bosch
Faucets/Fittings: Brizo
Garbage Disposer: InSinkErator
Ice Maker: Scotsman
Lighting: Roll and Hill
Microwave & Range: Wolf
Refrigerator: Sub-Zero
Ventilation: Best
Windows: LePage

Photos: Adam Kane Macchia Photography


TRADITIONAL KITCHEN (Large) 2nd place Cindy Aplanalp Yates,  Chairma Design Group,  Houston; Texas Gulf Coast Chapter

This new-construction home exudes Old World charm through Cindy Aplanalp Yates’ blend of classic materials and traditional details. These include the beadboard ceiling, rustic lanterns, tailored trims, hammered copper farmhouse sink and copper vent hood, with modern touches like custom storage and sleek appliances. The distinctive aqua cabinetry creates a serene atmosphere.

Cabinetry: Job-Built
Countertops & Tile: Daltile
Dishwashers: Bosch & Fisher & Peykel
Faucets/Fittings: Kohler
Garbage Disposer: InSinkErator
Hood: Amsterdam
Lighting: Lutron & St. James Lanterns
Microwave: Sharp
Range/Ovens: GE & Wolf
Refrigeration: Big Chill & Sub-Zero
Ventilation: Vent-A-Hood
Wallcovering: Thibaut
Water Delivery: Mountain Plumbing
Windows: Marvin

Photos: Analicia Hermann


TRADITIONAL KITCHEN (Large): 3rd place David Heide, David Heide Design Studio, Minneapolis; Minnesota State Chapter

David Heide relocated the kitchen and added an all-glass breakfast room in this historic house, bathing the space in natural light. Respecting the home’s history, he used glass-front cabinetry, caramel-toned red birch woods, millwork reflecting other parts of the structure, custom leaded-glass transom details and custom-glazed pale green tile that echoes the green tones in the quartzite countertops.

Cabinetry: Custom by Frost Cabinets
Countertops: Labradorite
Dishwasher: Asko
Faucets/Fittings: Newport Brass
Garbage Disposer: InSinkErator
Range: Wolf
Refrigerator: Sub-Zero
Sinks: Shaw’s Original
Tile: Custom by Revival Classics
Windows: Marvin

Photos: Chad Holder Photography


TRADITIONAL KITCHEN (Small) 1st place Karen Swanson, New England Design Works, Manchester-by-the-Sea, Mass.

Custom details characterize Karen Swanson’s 120-sq.-ft. kitchen design. Leaded-glass inserts for upper wall cabinets relate to windows in the adjacent dining room, while vertically oriented picket tiles convey a cottage-style charm. The custom riveted hood is a focal point, and the soothing palette lends a sense of calm to the design.

Cabinets: New England Custom Cabinetry
Dishwasher: Miele
Faucets/Fittings: California Faucets
Hardware: Water Street Brass Hardware
Lighting: Hudson Valley
Range: Blue Star
Refrigeration: Sub-Zero
Tile: Sonoma Tile Makers
Ventilation: Range Craft
Windows: Custom French Casement by Marvin

Photos: Jared Kuzia Photography


TRADITIONAL KITCHEN (Small) 2nd place Sarah Robertson, AKBD, Studio Dearborn, Mamaronek, N.Y.; Westchester Chapter

Sarah Robertson packed a ton of custom storage into this compact space, accommodating a structural column in the island and keeping the vibe elegant yet fun. Colorful cement tiles inject pattern and whimsy, and brass fixtures and hardware strike a handsome contrast with the deep indigo cabinetry.

Cabinetry: Studio Dearborn
Countertops: Quartzite
Dishwasher & Range: Viking
Faucets/Fittings: Newport Brass
Garbage Disposer: InSinkErator
Lighting: Schoolhouse & Visual Comfort
Refrigerator: Sub-Zero
Sinks: Kohler
Tile: Riad Tile
Ventilation: Zephyr
Wine Refrigerator: Perlick

Photos: Adam Kane Macchia Photography


TRADITIONAL KITCHEN (Small) 3rd place Karen Swanson, New England Design Works, Manchester-by-the-Sea, Mass.


Karen Swanson transformed the small galley kitchen in a Boston row house into a chic, white space with ample storage and counter space, a bar, island seating and a dining table. Gold-tone fixtures and hardware; open, dark wood shelving; and Mid-century barstools add a touch of warmth.

Cabinetry: Crown Point
Cooktop: Wolf
Countertops: Quartzite
Dishwasher, Oven & Refrigerator: JennAir
Faucets/Fittings: California Faucets
Lighting: Hudson Valley & Tech Lighting
Sinks: Kohler
Steam Oven: Miele
Tile: Tile Showcase & Watertown
Ventilation: Zephyr

Photos: Jared Kuzia Photography



CONTEMPORARY BATH (Small) 1st place and BEST OVERALL BATH Michelle Miazga-Hall, Port and Quarter Interiors, Vancouver; British Columbia Chapter

Michelle Miazga-Hall overcame structural challenges to give her clients serious “wow” factor in their full-home renovation. A dark gray concrete trough sink maximizes the narrow space.  A black floor and white toilet, black-and-white photos in custom black metal frames and soft gray walls are punctuated with a brass faucet, shelving and a custom brass and marble mosaic that serves as a dramatic backdrop to the sink.

Art Frames, Mirror & Towel Bar: New Format
Faucets/Fittings: Vola
Flooring: Stone Tile
Lighting: Tom Dixon
Mosaic Mural: Edgewater Studios
Sink: Sticks and Stones
Toilet: Icera
Windows: Victorian Custom Stained Glass

Photos: Gabriel Hall


CONTEMPORARY BATH (Small) 2nd place Madeleine Sloback, Madeleine Design Group, Vancouver; British Columbia Chapter


Madeleine Sloback succeeded in creating a high-drama powder room with a black toilet, floor, sink and faucet; a black wall sconce in a recessed niche; and a custom stain for the black walnut paneling. Recessed cove lighting and a mitered marble frame make the vanity a focal point.

Cabinetry: Kitchen Art Design
Countertops & Tile: Bordignon Marble and Stone
Faucets/Fittings: Fantini
Flooring: Stone Tile
Lighting: Delightfull & Lightheaded
Sink: Kalista
Toilet: Kohler
Wall/Ceiling: Kurt Sander Custom Millwork

Photos: Vincent Lee/ISHOT


CONTEMPORARY BATH (Small) 3rd place Sandra Diaz-Velasco, EOLO A&I Design, Miami; South Florida Chapter

Sandra Diaz-Velasco packed design punch into this eclectic, contemporary powder room with a white crocodile wallcovering, a sculptural basin, a wall-mounted toilet and a faucet that drops from the ceiling. A custom wooden vanity provides a striking contrast to the textured walls.

Faucets/Fittings: Gessi
Flooring: Tiles at Doral
Sinks: KOS Zucchetti
Smart Tech: Legrand
Toilet: Duravit
Walls/Ceiling: Elitis Wallpaper

Photos: Brett Hufziger


CONTEMPORARY BATH (Large) 1st place: Michelle Miazga-Hall, Port and Quarter Interiors, Vancouver; British Columbia Chapter

Michelle Miazga-Hall sought spa-like elegance in her blend of classic and modern elements for a master en suite bathroom. White/gray-veined marble and walnut cabinetry set the tone, with custom rectangular ceiling-mounted towel bars that tie into the lines of the countertops and a honed bluestone freestanding tub. Hexagonal floor tiles create a sense of sophisticated whimsey.

Bathtub: Blu Bathworks
Cabinetry: Lauden Woodworking
Countertops: Caesarstone
Faucets/Fittings: Aquabrass, Blu Bathworks, DXV & Gessi Via Manzoni
Flooring: Daltile
Hardware: Kartners
Lighting: George Kovacs
Tile: Bordignon Marble & Granite
Toilet: Icera


CONTEMPORARY BATH (Large) 2nd place Carly Nemtean, Carriage Lane Design-Build, Mississauga, Ontario; Ontario/Canada Chapter

Carly Nemtean’s serene design plays with contrasts to create a sophisticated master retreat. The dark porcelain floor tile contrasts with the large white tub and white-framed round and rectangular windows. Textured and grooved tiles cover the walls and are a focal point in the shower, while warm wood cabinetry surrounds the vanity to soften the space.

Bathtub: Ios
Bidet, Sinks & Toilet: Toto
Cabinetry: Alta Moda
Countertops: Vicostone
Faucets/Fittings: Graff
Flooring & Tile: Ceragres & Porcelanosa
Lighting: Restoration Hardware
Shower Enclosure: Shiny Glass
Wall/Ceiling: Porcelanosa & Stone Tile
Window Coverings: Sunglow
Windows: Vinylguard

Photos: Stephani Buchman


CONTEMPORARY BATH (Large) 3rd place Elma Gardner,  CMKBD, By Design Studio, Davis, Calif.; California Capital Chapter


Elma Gardner’s stunning, luxurious master bath suite features two toilet compartments; a digital showering platform that controls sound, water flow, steam and light; a whole-body immersion tub with chromotherapy colored lights, infinity edge and bubbler; floating vanities; adjacent laundry area; and custom closet, in a chic palette of black and gray with teak and white details.

Bathtub, Bidet, Faucets/Fittings, Sinks & Toilet: Kohler
Cabinetry: WoodMode
Countertops: Caesarstone
Flooring & Tile: Walker Zanger
Lighting: Eaton
Shower Enclosure: Custom Glass
Smart Technology: Crestron Home Automation & Kohler
Washer & Dryer: LG Compact
Water Delivery System: Rinnai Instant Tankless
Windows: Western Windows

Photos: Jeffrey A. Davis Photography


TRADITIONAL BATH (Large): 1st place Jenny Madden, Jenny Madden Design, Hoboken, N.J.; Manhattan Chapter

Jenny Madden created a his-and-hers oasis clad in white marble This includes customizable mosaic tile using the same shapes, pattern and stones in varying scale to create well-defined spaces for husband and wife. Madden used white glass, silver leaf paint and clear glass knobs to create a shimmering effect and even found a claw-foot tub for the 6-ft.-3-in.-tall husband.

Bathtub: Barclay
Cabinetry: Custom Woodworking
Hardware: Jeffrey Alexander
Faucets/Fittings, Sinks & Toilet: Kohler
Flooring: Stone Source
Lighting: Visual Comfort
Paint: Benjamin Moore
Shower Enclosure: Advanced Installations
Steam Shower System: Thermasol
Tile: Ann Sacks, Artistic Tile & Stone Source
Wall/Ceiling: Custom & Kuiken Brothers

Photos: Tory Williams


TRADITIONAL BATH (Large): 2nd place Bill Livingston, CKD, CLIPP, Livcentric Kitchen + Bath, Oklahoma City; Oklahoma Chapter

Bill Livingston expanded his clients’ cramped master bath, adding storage, a large walk-in shower, separate toilet room, freestanding soaker tub, separate vanities and make-up area and two entrances to avoid congestion. A calming gray and white palette, heated floors and a TV lend a spa-like luxury.

Bathtub & Sinks: Kohler
Bidet & Toilet: Toto
Cabinetry: Greenfield Cabinetry
Countertops: Cambria
Faucets/Fittings: California Faucets
Flooring: Emil America
Heated Floors: Shluter-Dirta
Heated Towel Bar: Amba
Lighting: Eurofase & George Kovacs
Mirror: Electric Mirror
Shower Enclosure: Custom Glass
Tile: Emil America, Sonoma Tilemakers & WOW Hexa

Photos: FrankWayne Photography


TRADITIONAL BATH (Large) 3rd place Dalit Dray, Dray Design Group, Aventura, Fla.; South Florida Chapter

Dalit Dray blended modern and traditional aesthetics to transform a dark, claustrophobic bathroom into a warm, well-lit space. She used strategic mirror placement and millwork, deep cove lighting to simulate skylight effects, frosted glass to allow light to flow though the space and a neutral palette.

Bathtub: Victoria + Albert
Cabinetry & Shower Enclosure: Custom
Countertops: Caesarstone
Faucets/Fittings: Hansgrohe, Infinity Drain & Victoria + Albert
Flooring & Wall/Ceiling: Delegate porcelain tile by Daltile
Lighting: FLOS, Rejuvenation & Restoration Hardware
Sinks: Villeroy & Boch
Tile: Ann Sacks & Savoy Mosaics
Toilet: Kohler

Photos: Shimon Dray Photography


TRADITIONAL BATH (SMALL): 1ST place Dvira Ovadia, Dvira Interiors, Toronto; Ontario/Canada Chapter

The focal point of this boy’s bathroom is the industrial grid shower enclosure, creating a sharp contrast with the white walls, tile and cabinetry. Dvira Ovadia used a classic brick tile pattern and black and gold hardware – especially fun fist-shaped gold knobs – to punctuate the space, adding to the industrial vibe.

Cabinetry: Falcon Kitchens Custom
Countertops: Quartex
Faucets/Fittings: Rubinet
Flooring: Thasos & Nero
Hardware: P.E. Guerin
Lighting: Visual Comfort
Shower Enclosure: Custom
Sinks: Kohler
Tile: Ann Sacks
Toilet: DXV

Photos: Erik Rotter Photography


TRADITIONAL BATH (SMALL): 2nd place Dvira Ovadia, Dvira Interiors, Toronto; Ontario/Canada Chapter

Using a custom silk mural with bamboo, berries and birds, Dvira Ovadia created an oasis in this tight powder room that feels anything but cramped. A pedestal vanity is adorned with classic details and gold trimmings for an elegant, Old World feeling that’s still light and airy.

Cabinetry & Faucets/Fittings: Sherle Wagner
Countertops: Ciot
Flooring: Stone Tile
Lighting: Circa Lighting
Sinks: Kohler
Window Fabric: Theo Fabrication by Studio La Beaute

Photos: Erik Rotter Photography


TRADITIONAL BATH (SMALL): 3rd place Cassia Wyner, CW Design, Brookline, Mass.; Northern New England Chapter

A dramatic black-and-white marble slab turns the shower into a veritable gallery in Cassia Wyner’s design. It ties the white walls, sinks and counter in with the black tile floor. The space is accessible for future Living in Place needs and sports a tailored vibe without looking  institutional.

Cabinetry: Palmer Legs
Countertops: Caesarstone
Faucets/Fittings: Waterstone
Lighting: Robern
Shower Enclosure: Oasis Shower Doors
Shower Wall: Cumar
Sinks: Bates & Bates
Tile: Tile Showcase
Toilet: Toto

Photos: Lara Kimmerer



OUTDOOR KITCHEN: Elma Gardner, CMKBD, By Design Studio, Davis, Calif.; California Capital Chapter

Elma Gardner’s sleek outdoor oasis offers a complete kitchen ideal for entertaining. Generous storage houses everything a chef needs, and the mix of metals, concrete porcelain tile flooring, gleaming stainless outdoor appliances, charcoal powder-coat cabinetry, crisp white quartz countertops and a custom rock fireplace create a masculine yet comfortable space.

Beer Keg & Tap, Cooktop, Ice Maker & Refrigerators: DCS
Cabinetry: Premier Outdoor Cabinetry
Countertops: Caesarstone Quartz
Dishwasher: Asko
Faucets/Fittings & Sinks: Kohler
Fireplace: Montigo
Flooring: Walker Zanger
Garbage Disposer: ISE Pro
Infrared Heaters: Frantech
Rail System: AGS
Smart Tech: Crestron Home Automation
Lighting: Eaton
Outdoor Wine Storage: Perlick
Screens: Phantom
Television: LG
Water Delivery: Rinnai

Photos: Jeffrey A. Davis Photography


CLAY LYON BUILDER REMODELER: Matthew Ferrarini, Ferrarini & Co., Elkins Park, Pa.; Mid-Atlantic Chapter

Matthew Ferrarini removed walls to create a clean, clutter-free open plan and provided abundant storage to hide tools, small appliances and other necessities. He layered materials, paint colors and woods to warm the room, and a simple cabinet layout helps the eye move seamlessly through the space.

Cabinetry: Kountry Kraft
Countertops: Quartzmasters
Dishwasher: Asko
Faucets/Fittings: Ambassador Marine & Kohler
Flooring: Mullican
Garbage Disposer: Luxart
Lighting: Tom Dixon
Range, Microwave: Wolf
Refrigeration: Fisher Paykel & Sub-Zero
Sinks: Blanco & Kohler
Ventilation: Best
Windows: Marvin

Photos: Michael Persico Photography


LIVING IN PLACE: Kendall Ansell, Kendall Ansell Interiors, Vancouver; British Columbia Chapter


For her first project featuring Living in Place design, Kendall Ansell redesigned the kitchen in the large Olympic Village condo to have wheelchair access to the sink, cooktop and counters, added pull-down accessories to the upper cabinets and used vinyl corner bumpers for safety – all while maintaining a clean, white, modern aesthetic that’s anything but institutional.

Cabinetry: Pacific Rim Cabinets
Countertops, Tile: Caesarstone
Faucets/Fittings & Sinks: Kohler
Flooring: Armstrong
Hood: KitchenAid
Lighting: Crystal World
Range & Wall Oven: Haier
Walls/Ceiling: Benjamin Moore

Photos: Wheat Gum Graphics

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