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TRADITIONAL DESIGN

for the 21st century a p er sp ect i v e


C O P Y R I GH T 20 16 D C O O P MED I A , L LC

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TRADITIONAL DESIGN for the 21st century

a p er sp ect i v e written & edited by BRANDON A. SMITH w ith WOOD-MODE FINE CUSTOM CABINETRY

a d c o o p m ed i a p u b l i c at i o n


[ contents ]

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Ta n g l e w o o d Tr a d i t i o n a l

Stockbridge Bowl Cot tage

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T i m e l e s s Tr a d i t i o n a l

Santa Rita Cottage

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Conners/DeLia Residence

Coleman Residence

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Harbor Point Drive

Trad it ional Home Remodel

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2014 DC Design House

Heirloom Black Beauty

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Wa t e r f r o n t To w n h o u s e

2012 Designer Showhouse of New Jersey

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A Brand New Kitchen

2012 Santa Barbara Design House & Gardens

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About Wood-Mode

Resources

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[ an introduction ]

FEDERAL . GREEK REVIVAL . T H E C H A N G I N G FA C E O F T R A D I T I O N A L D E S I G N F O R T H E 2 1 S T C E N T U R Y FA M I LY Even as the contemporar y and transitional design aesthetics continue to rise in popularity, both go-to choices for homeo wners and designers alike, it is those environments deepl y rooted in re gional herita ge and old-world tradition tha t remain a t the founda tion of good taste and pro vide the basis for trul y inspired interior and architectural design. Be it the primitive and grassroots-influenced Spanish and Mission styles tha t beckon to Califor nia’s ne wbor n years or the o verl y or na te and English-inspired Federalist and Re genc y fashions made popular b y the founders of the 13 original colonies, traditionall y inspired design and architecture reigns supreme. It maintains a sense of culture and per manence. Yet it continues to be reinvented not onl y b y the inno va tive spirit of designers, architects, and craftspeople, but also from the influence of technolog y, method, economy, and re gion. The follo wing pa ges represent an examina tion of this continued transfor ma tion, highlighting the classicall y influenced kitchen designs of four teen crea tive design studios around the countr y. Their completed projects pro vide insight into the traits tha t make traditionall y influenced styles as rele vant today as when the designs tha t influenced them were first introduced.

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GOTHIC . BEAUX ARTS .

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WITHOUT TRADITION, ART IS A SHEEP WITHOUT A SHEPHERD. WITHOUT INNOVATION IT IS A C [ sir winston churchill ]

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CORPSE.

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CASE STUDY

TANGLEWOOD TRADITIONAL [

h o u s t on

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t e x a s

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designed by

K I T C H E N & B AT H C O N C E P T S Deeply carved yet functional pedestals. Ornamental-stacked moldings. Recessed cabinetry fronts. Reflecting the Renaissance-inspired mannerisms of Beaux-Arts architecture, each of these elements emphasize the interplay of l i g h t a n d s h a d o w, l e n d i n g a n o v e r- t h e t o p n o b i l i t y t o t h i s g r a n d Te x a s k i t c h e n . photos by Miro Dvorscak

POLITE FORMALITY 11


A TIE TO HERITAGE

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CASE STUDY

STOCKBRIDGE BOWL COTTAGE [

s t o c k b r i d ge

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m a s s a c h u s e t t s

]

designed by K A R E N B E C K W I T H C R E AT I V E w i t h SUSAN KOCHANSKI DESIGN, LLC It was the American Bicentennial that made the pared-down Colonial Revival style all t h e r a g e i n t h e l a t e - n i n e t e e n t h c e n t u r y. A Massachusetts kitchen by Karen Beckwith b r i n g s t o g e t h e r S h a k e r- i n f l u e n c e d c a b i n e t r y and muted finishes with lighting modeled on the fixtures of twentieth-century schoolhouses and stainless steel appliances. Combined they become a contemporary nod to a timeless architectural style. photos by Scott Barrow

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CASE STUDY

TIMELESS TRADITIONAL [

h o u s t o n

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t e x a s

]

designed by

C A B I N E T I N N O VAT I O N S It is beneath the lofty ceilings of a Rice University residence that a confluence o f a r c h i t e c t u r a l e l e m e n t s c o m e t o g e t h e r. Decorative treatments stack one atop t h e o t h e r, a r e f l e c t i o n o f t h e s t o r y by-story approach to or namentation that was once the foundation of the Neo-Renaissance style. The result of this departure from more classically structured methods of applying ornament is a grand cooking space enhanced by both an unstructured elegance and a comfortable, down-toearth presence. photos by Don Hoffman

[ sister parish ]

I N N O VAT I O N I S O F T E N T H E ABILITY TO REACH INTO T H E PA S T A N D B R I N G B A C K

WHAT IS

GOOD

WHAT IS

BEAUTIFUL WHAT IS

USEFUL WHAT IS

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CASE STUDY

SANTA RITA COTTAGE [

p a l o

a l t o

.

c a l i fo r n i a

]

designed by

P R O J E C T PA R T N E R S D E S I G N w i t h S E L B Y H O U S E LT D . P a l o A l t o ’s S a n t a R i t a C o t t a g e c a r e f u l l y mixes the Gothic-inspired elements of eighteenth-century architectural pattern books with the formal classicism of Colonial America. Hints of French or nament are apparent throughout and yet are cleverly worked into the overall aesthetic. The resulting combination of these varied themes becomes a romantic interpretation of Georgian-styled utilitarian function. photos by Theresa M. Sterbis

AIR OF ROMANCE

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CASE STUDY

CONNORS/DeLIA RESIDENCE [

c l i n t o n

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n e w

yo rk

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designed by

CONCEPT II An impressive appearance and a sense of weighty permanence made Neoclassical architecture the preferred choice for both ambitious city planners and the architects who carried out their grandiose plans. Prominent columns in the Doric order and a dentiled cor nice, not unlike the ornamental elements gracing turn-of-the-century public buildings, bring the same monumentality and a staid elegance t o a N e w Yo r k k i t c h e n , d e s i g n e d b y Derek Pino. photos by Sandra Kicman

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TRADITION ALWAYS HAS TO BE

UPDATED & PUSHED FORWARD AFTER ALL, YOU WOULDN’T SEND A D É B U TA N T E T O H E R 8 0 T H B I R T H D AY PA R T Y W E A R I N G H E R O R I G I N A L PA R T Y D R E S S

[ thomas jayne ]

CASE STUDY

COLEMAN RESIDENCE [

l a

j o l l a

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c a l i fo r n i a

]

designed by

INPLACE STUDIO Coastal California finds itself home to a multitude of design styles. An airy kitchen in the beach-side e n c l a v e o f L a J o l l a , h o w e v e r, c u l l s i t s i n s p i r a t i o n f r o m C a l i f o r n i a ’s S p a n i s h Colonial roots. Under neath a shallow barrel ceiling, an architecturally significant range hood and sparse columns comingle with classically inspired moldings and multi-paned glass cabinets. The curation presents v e s t i g e s o f C a l i f o r n i a ’s e a r l y S p a n i s h heritage as well as a subtle nod to the glitz of vintage Hollywood. photos by Preview First

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CASE STUDY

HARBOR POINT DRIVE [

l o n g b o at

key

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fl o r i d a

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designed by

RENAISSANCE DESIGN STUDIO Standing in stark contrast to the typical perception of traditional French design, a monochromatic kitchen in Florida eschews fussy ornament. W ith roots in the Second Empire, the delicate workspace instead highlights those elements with the most i m p a c t . A l i g h t c o l o r s c h e m e , e l o n g a t e d u p p e r c a b i n e t r y, a n d simple details are tied together with deeply patinated metal a c c e n t s , p r o v i d i n g e v i d e n c e t h a t F r e n c h d e s i g n n e e d n ’t b e f u s s y o r o v e r- t h e - t o p . photos by Mark Borosch

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[ enis kortan ]

R E S P E C T F O R PA S T G E N E R AT I O N S C A N N O T B E S H O W N T H R O U G H I M I TAT I O N B U T B Y P R O V I N G T H AT W E H AV E T H E P O W E R T O C A R R Y

THE HONORABLE HERITAGE WITH OUR INTELLECT, DETERMINATION, & TALENT

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STAID PERMANENCE

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CASE STUDY

TRADITIONAL HOME REMODEL [

a r l i n g t o n

h e i g h t s

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i l l i n o i s

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designed by A B R U Z Z O K I T C H E N & B AT H B y p a s s i n g t h e g e n e r a l t e n d e n c y t o o v e r- o r n a m e n t t h e t r a d i t i o n a l l y i n s p i r e d k i t c h e n , A b r u z z o ’s Arlington Heights kitchen opts instead for purposeful ornamentation. Elegantly tapered curves and a deep-set coffer in an otherwise expansive c e i l i n g p l a n e e m p h a s i z e t h e s e t t i n g ’s d e t e r m i n e d elegance while furniture-like cabinetry set on footed plinths highlight a foundation of Regency influence.

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CASE STUDY

2014 DC DESIGN HOUSE [

w a s h i n g to n

d . c .

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designed by AIDAN DESIGN One mustn’t reject color entirely for the sake of a kitchen with traditional roots. A subdued shade of blue enhances the fine-tuned classical d e t a i l s m a d e p a r t o f t h e 2 0 1 4 D C D e s i g n H o u s e ’s Wine Room. Contemporary brass pulls work in c o n t r a s t w i t h t h e r o o m ’s F e d e r a l s t y l i n g t o m i m i c the sophisticated symmetry of eighteenth-century A m e r i c a n a r c h i t e c t u r e . To g e t h e r, t h e e l e m e n t s within the Wine Room combine to reflect the o r n a m e n t a l t r a d i t i o n s o f o u r n a t i o n ’s c a p i t a l . photos by Angie Seckinger

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THE BEST MEN IN ALL AGES

KEEP CLASSIC TRADITIONS ALIVE [ george santayana ]

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CASE STUDY

HEIRLOOM BLACK BEAUTY [

l o n g

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yo rk

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designed by

K I T C H E N D E S I G N S b y K E N K E L LY A dramatic black finish and coffeetoned countertops emblazoned with a prominent grain both play significant roles in the medieval appearance of this heirloom setting imagined by M a r i o J . M u l e a . G i l d e d l i g h t i n g , Tu d o rstyled leaded glass, and a primitive over mantle sheltering a French range further reference the characteristics of Tu d o r R e v i v a l . I n t h e c a s e o f t h i s L o n g Island residence, the chef is truly the l o r d o r l a d y o f t h e m a n o r. photos by Keith Scott Morton

[ daniel libeskind ]

TO PROVIDE MEANINGFUL ARCHITECTURE

IS NOT TO PARODY HISTORY BUT TO ARTICULATE IT 28


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THE PAST HAS TO INFORM THE PRESENT [ john turturro ] 30


CASE STUDY

WATERFRONT TOWNHOUSE [

bl a c k r o c k

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c o n n e c t i c u t

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designed by

SHORE & COUNTRY KITCHENS Square footage is of no concer n in the cooking space of a Blackrock townhouse. Embellished with ornament once found in turn-of-the-century I t a l y, p r o f e s s i o n a l - q u a l i t y c o o k i n g e q u i p m e n t is ensconced in a fur niture-like envelope. A reflection of its Palazzo aesthetic, a generous dose of formality is achieved with the confines of a compact footprint. photos by John Olson

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CLASSIC ORDER

CASE STUDY

2012 DESIGNER SHOWHOUSE of NEW JERSEY [

s a d d l e

r ive r

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n e w

j e r s ey

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designed by

ULRICH, INC. It is in the outfit of the modern-day open kitchen that one is faced with the particularly onerous challenge of balancing a desire for classic for mality with the necessary function of a casual workspace. Monumental fur niture-like workstations are further enhanced by a heavily layered cor nice, together a loose interpretation of classic symmetry t h r o u g h v i s u a l u n i f o r m i t y. T h e r e s u l t i n g environment is a har monious balance, equal parts graceful elegance and c o n f i d e n t i n f o r m a l i t y. photos by Peter Rymwid

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CASE STUDY

A BRAND NEW KITCHEN [

w e s t l a ke

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t e x a s

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designed by

THE KITCHEN SOURCE with VERANDA DESIGNER HOMES It was the innovations in American machining and carpentry after the Industrial Revolution that brought ornament to the farmhouse kitchen. The simple, elegant motifs of the ensuing Queen Anne and Eastlake aesthetics revitalize a Westlake kitchen providing a straightforward approach to or namental expression. The vaulted environment is further enhanced by the inclusion of contrasting stone finishes and the overtly utilitarian farmhouse sink. p h o t o s b y Te r r y T h e i s s

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WE CANNOT DO BETTER THAN TO ACCEPT THE

STANDARDS OF OTHER TIMES

&

ADAPT THEM TO OUR USES

[ elsie de wolfe ]

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CASE STUDY

2012 SANTA BARBARA DESIGN HOUSE & GARDENS [

s a n t a

b a r b a r a

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c a l i fo r n i a

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designed by

S H O W C A S E K I T C H E N S & B AT H S S i e g f r i e d G i e d i o n o n c e q u i p p e d T h e b a c k w a rd l o o k t r a n s fo r m s i t s o b j e c t . A n i m p e c c a b l y p r e c a r i o u s d e s i g n f o r the 2012 Santa Barbara Design House & Gardens’ kitchen f i n d s s t r e n g t h i n G i e d i o n ’s r e f l e c t i o n . I t i s h e r e t h a t a c o r n u c o p i a o f I t a l i a n a t e c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s - o v e r- s i z e d c o r b e l s and applied decorative embellishments - is balanced atop a plinth of slender columns whilst crowned by an exaggerated c o r n i c e . I n t h e p r e s e n c e o f s u c h r o y a l t y, t h e b a l a n c e d structure becomes, instead, a comforting Califor nia envelope. p h o t o s b y D o m i n i q u e Vo r i l l o n

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GROUNDED OPTIMISM

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www.wood-mode.com

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R ES O U R C ES For more infor mation about the case studies, designers, and products featured in this perspective, please refer to the following resource guide.

Please note tha t although the contact infor ma tion pro vided is deemed accura te a t the time this perspective was published, it is subject to change without notice.

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R ES O U R C ES [ page 11 ]

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KITCHEN & BATH CONCEPTS

KAREN BECKWITH CREATIVE

CABINET INNOVATIONS

Project Designer

Project Designer

7026 Old Katy Road, Suite 148 Houston, TX 77024 www.kitchen-concepts.com (713) 528.5575 MICQUI McGOWEN, CMKBD CID CAPS

Po Box 737 Lenox MA 01240 www.karenbeckwith.com (413) 637.4479 KAREN BECKWITH

Architect

Assistance Provided By

www.asi-design.com

SUSAN KOCHANSKI DESIGN, LLC

ARCHITECTURAL SOLUTIONS INC. Builder

RรถHE & WRIGHT BUILDERS www.rohewright.com Photographer

MIRO DVORSCAK

www.dmglphotography.com Cabinetry

WOOD-MODE Grand Tour

Perimeter: Harbor Mist with Pewter Glaze on Maple Island: Matte Antique Sienna on Cherry Products

Moldings, Trim - ENKEBOL MOULDINGS

SUSAN KOCHANSKI

5120 Woodway Drive Courtyard Suite 219 Houston, TX 77056 www.cabinetinnovationstx.com (713) 461-6424 Project Designer

NICOLE BRUNO MARINO Interior Designer DIANA NULL

Architect

Builder

GREEN RIVER DESIGN

CHAMBERS REMODELING, LP

DAVID POTTER

www.greenrigerdesign.net Builder

GREGG WELLENKAMP

WELL-KAMP ENTERPRIZES, INC. www.well-kamp.com Photographer

PAT CHAMBERS

www.chamberspaintingandremodel.com Photographer

DON HOFFMAN

DON HOFFMAN PHOTOGRAPHY www.donhoffman.net Cabinetry

SCOTT BARROW

BROOKHAVEN by WOOD-MODE

www.scottbarrow.com

Reston Recessed

SCOTT BARROW PHOTOGRAPHY Cabinetry

WOOD-MODE

Chatham Recessed

Eggshell on Maple

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& WOOD-MODE

Cottage White on Maple

Antique Leather on Maple Products

Backsplash - ADR; Refrigerator - SUB-ZERO


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PROJECT PARTNERS DESIGN 37783 Glenmoor Drive Fremont, CA 94536 www.proj-partners.com (650) 515.8863 Project Designer

THERESA M. STERBIS akbd Assistance Provided By SELBY HOUSE LTD. ELIZABETH HILL Architect

HEATHER YOUNG

FERGUS GARBER YOUNG ARCHITECTS www.fgyarch.com Builder

PETE MOFFAT CONSTRUCTION INC. www.petemoffat.com

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CONCEPT II

INPLACE STUDIO

Fine Kitchens, Baths, Tile &Stone

7739 Fay Avenue La Jolla, CA 92037 www.inplacestudio.com (858) 454.7397

Project Designer

ALISON SMITH-DORVILLIER

349 W. Commercial St. #1540 E. Rochester, NY 14445 www.concept-ii.com (585) 248.3510 DEREK PINO

Photographer

Project Designer NICOLE NELSON Architect

SANDRA KICMAN

ALISON SMITH-DORVILLIER

Cabinetry

JEFF HEALEY

Custom finish with distressing

www.healeycustomconstruction.com

Products

Photographer

www.sandrakicman.com BROOKHAVEN by WOOD-MODE

Refrigerator - SUB-ZERO; Backsplash - NEW RAVENNA; Range - WOLF

Cabinetry

Builder

HEALEY CUSTOM CONSTRUCTION

PREVIEW FIRST

www.previewfirst.com Cabinetry

WOOD-MODE

BROOKHAVEN by WOOD-MODE

Perimeter: Custom Gray on Quarter Sawn Oak

Nordic White on Maple

Essex Recessed

Lewisburg Inset

Island: Heirloom Black on Maple with Espresso Glaze and Distressing

Vintage Slate on Maple

Products

Refrigerator - SUB-ZERO; Countertop - CALACATTA GOLD; Counter Stools - ONE KINGS LANE, KRAVET

Products

Sink - ROHL; Refrigerator - SUB-ZERO; Dishwasher - BOSCH; Range - CORNUFE; Ventilation - BEST; Microwave - MIELE; Trash Compactor - KITCHENAID; Beverage Center - PERLICK

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RENAISSANCE DESIGN STUDIO

ABRUZZO KITCHEN & BATH

AIDAN DESIGN

Project Designer

Project Designer

3900 Clark Road, Suite B-2 Sarasota, FL 34233 www.renaissancedesignstudio.com (941) 921.9393 MISSI BART Architect

CLIFF SCHOLTZ

CLIFFORD M. SCHOLTZ ARCHITECTS www.cmsa1.com Builder

STEVE MURRAY

MURRAY HOMES

www.murrayhomesinc.com Photographer

MARK BOROSCH

MARK BOROSCH PHOTOGRAPHY www.borosch.com Cabinetry

1105 Remington Rd., Ste. E Schaumburg, IL 60173 www.abruzzokitchenandbath.com (847) 885.0500 ERIKA ANDERSON

Project Manager

HEATHER GROENLAND Builder

SMART GROUP LTD Cabinetry

BROOKHAVEN by WOOD-MODE Springfield Raised

Custom Finish on Cherry Products

Countertop - QUARTZITE PRINCESS WHITE; Paint - BENJAMIN MOORE; Hardware - SCHAUB; Light Fixtures: FRAMBURG; Appliances - RANGECRAFT, SUB-ZERO WOLF, DACOR, BOSCH

BROOKHAVEN by WOOD-MODE Edgemont Recessed Square Nordic White on Maple Products

Countertop/Backsplash - EUROPEAN MARBLE COMPANY; Refrigerator & Wine Refrigerator - SUBZERO; Range - WOLF; Paint - BENJAMIN MOORE; Cabinet Hardware - TOP KNOBS; Stools POTTERY BARN

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8935 Brookville Rd. Silver Spring, MD 20910 www.aidandesign.com (301) 320.8735 Project Designer

NADIA N. SUBARAN Cabinetry

WOOD-MODE Passage in

Tavern on Cherry

Devoncourt and Square Edge Regency in Vintage Navy on Maple Products

Cabinet Pulls - LEWIS DOLIN; Table - VICTORIA SANCHEZ OF VICTORIA AT HOME; Countertop HONED CALACATTA GOLD MARBLE FROM R. BRATTI; Wine Refrigeration - THERMADOR; Lighting - ROBERT ABBEY; Flooring - ARCHITECTURAL CERAMICS; Wall Finish - C2 PAINT


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KITCHEN DESIGNS BY KEN KELLY

SHORE & COUNTRY KITCHENS

ULRICH, INC.

26 Hillside Ave. Williston Park, NY 11596 www.kitchendesigns.com (516) 746.3435 Project Designer

MARIO J. MULEA, CR Photographer

1735 Post Road Fairfield, CT 06824 www.shoreandcountrykitchens.com (203) 259.7555 Project Designer BOB BLANCO

KEITH SCOTT MORTON

Photographer

www.keithscottmorton.com

OLSON PHOTOGRAPHIC LLC

KEITH SCOTT MORTON PHOTOGRAPHY Cabinetry

BROOKHAVEN by WOOD-MODE

JOHN OLSON

www.olsonphotographic.com Cabinetry

100 Chestnut Street Ridgewood, NJ 07450 www.ulrichinc.com (201) 445.1260 Project Designer JULIA KLEYMAN

Interior Designer TONY MANNING

MITCHELL MANNING & ASSOC. www.mitchellmanning.com Photographer PETER RYMWID

Springfield Recessed Square

WOOD-MODE

ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY

Products

Tuscan Sun on Cherry with Hand Glazing and Distressing

Cabinetry

Heirloom Black with Brown Glaze and Distressing Range - CORNUFE

Essex Raised

Products

Countertop - HONED ABSOLUTE BLACK GRANITE; Refrigerator - SUB-ZERO

www.peterrymwid.com

BROOKHAVEN by WOOD-MODE Springfield Raised & Recessed Perimeter: Lace on Maple

Island: Brown with Black Glaze on Cherry Products

Paint - PRATT & LAMBERT; Lighting - W.A.C. LIGHTING, CIRCA LIGHTING, KICHLER LIGHTING; Countertop - COLONIAL GOLD GRANITE Supplied By DENTE TRADING CO., INC, Fabricated by STONE SURFACES; Appliances - ELECTROLUX; Tile CROSSVILLE, INC.; Sinks, Faucets - FRANKE; Bar Stools, Dining Table, Dining Chairs - HICKORY CHAIR; Urns, Settee - MAITLAND SMITH; Valance Fabric - HICKORY CHAIR; Placemats, Napkins SFERRA; Pedestal, Art - EURICA

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THE KITCHEN SOURCE

SHOWCASE KITCHENS & BATHS

1544 Slocum Street Dallas, TX 75207 www.thekitchensource.net (214) 741.1912

2650 Ventura Blvd. Camarillo, CA 93010 www.showcasekitchensandbaths.com (805) 482-5144

Project Designer

Project Designer

ABBEY RAGSDALE

CHARLIE RUTLEDGE

Builder

Interior Designer

VERANDA DESIGNER HOMES

MARY McDONALD, INC.

BETTY BAKER

MARY McDONALD

www.verandadesignerhomes.com

www.marymcdonaldinc.com

Photographer

Architect

TERRY THEISS

PETER BECKER

TERRY THEISS PHOTOGRAPHY

PETER BECKER ARCHITECT

www.terrytheissphotography.com

www.peterbeckerarchitect.com

Cabinetry

Builder

BROOKHAVEN by WOOD-MODE

PENNCO PROPERTIES, INC.

& WOOD-MODE

www.penncoproperties.com

Winfield Recessed Square Edge

Cabinetry

Regent Recessed Inset

WOOD-MODE

Nordic White on Maple

Springfield Recessed

Perimeter: Nordic White with Heirloom

Products

Island: Black with Espresso Glaze

Refrigerator Pulls - TOP KNOBS

Products

Faucets - WATERSTONE FAUCETS; Cabinet Hardware - TOP KNOBS; Sinks - KOHLER; Appliances - GE MONOGRAM; Backsplash - AKDO; Countertop ITALIAN CALCUTTA & CREMA FROM STONE WEST; Lighting - CIRCA LIGHTING; Bar Stools - POTTERY BARN; Table - CABANA HOME COLLECTION; Chairs - JANUS ET CIE; Host Chairs - MR. BROWN HOME; Vases - S.R. HOGUE & CO.

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