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Transitional Kitchen Design

With Clean Lines

and Dark Wood

East Hills, Long Island, Nassau County

Transitional Kitchen Design in Nassau County, East Hills, NY

Inspired by the clients’ ideas and wish list, this transitional kitchen design merges the sleek look of contemporary design with the warmth of a traditional kitchen. The kitchen includes a dining area, kitchen island, and spectacular lighting. This impeccable space combines understated clean lines with exquisite finishing touches like the contrasting Bubblicious glass tile with sparkle grout that accents the induction cooktop and stainless hood with a perfect focal point. Every inch and surface has been designed for maximum function and minimum clutter. The island showcases spacious prep and seating areas, a large single bowl stainless sink, and unbeatable storage. The quartz countertops are by Silestone in White Zeus with an eased edge profile. This transitional kitchen design style emotes a restrained elegance that transitions seamlessly to the dining area. Appliances are from the GE Monogram line. The kitchen is as much about socializing, entertaining, and relaxing as it is about cooking.  Located in the beautiful Long Island neighborhood of East Hills in Nassau County, the kitchen has become the family’s favorite room to unwind, create special meals, and share precious time with family and friends.

Cabinetry Used:  Wood-Mode Brookhaven in a Bistro on Cherry finish. The Vista door style is a flat veneered panel with contrasting stainless steel hardware from Top Knobs.

 

 

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