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Glen Head, Long Island, NY

Chinese Feng Shui Inspired Designer Kitchen in Glen Head, NY

Our Chinese designer Shan designed this kitchen with Chinese Feng Shui in mind. Feng Shui is a layout design based on the Chinese Bagua Diagram. This layout is a pseudoscience originating from China, which claims to use energy forces to harmonize individuals with their surrounding environment. It is all about the balance of everything in the area, creating equal ying-yang and promoting positive energy. The designer also integrated both aspects of ancient Chinese coin and Chinese calligraphy in the design. This luxury kitchen uses maple wood cabinetry along the perimeter from our custom Ken Kelly Signature Collection and has a satin white finish, which offers beautiful contrast in colors. The custom island is from our Wood-Mode Brookhaven Line with a Pasadena finish.

Cabinetry Used: QUALITY Kitchen | Wood: Maple Wood | Finish: Satin White (Kitchen) | Island Cabinetry: BROOKHAVEN Design Style II | Wood: Maple Wood | Finish: Pasadena (Island) | Raised Countertops: Quartz, Cambria | Color/Style: Brittanicca | Backsplash: Quartz, Cambria Brittanicca | Dishwasher: 24” ASKO D.W. #DF1675XXXL | Ovens/Refrigeration: 36” SUB-ZERO REF. #IT36CIID, 48” WOLF GAS RANGE #GR488, 24” WOLF CONVECTION STEAM OVEN #CSO24TE/S/TH | Microwave: WOLF MICROWAVE DRAWER #MD30TE/S | Warming Drawer: 30” WOLF WARMING DRAWER #WWD30 | Lighting And Fixtures: HUDSON VALLEY LIGHTING, ROSWELL 6- LIGHT PENDANT, POLISHED NICKEL

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