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Old-Fashioned New Style in Las Vegas
Two cooks, one gigantic space, and a style that draws its homey motivation from the movies.
Las Vegas Kitchen by Vallone and DeCesare
Grohe's 31-041 pot filler will stretch out to achieve the most distant burner on the 489 Wolf extend. Hood, with embellishment rails, by Viking. Kohler's Vinnata spigot in brushed nickel is combined with Franke's stainless-steel Manor House sink.
A light fixture from Allan Knight and Associates hangs over the 9-foot-long breakfast table by Bausman and Co. Parlor Square easy chairs by Palecek. Mitsubishi TV.
The pads on the banquette by the breakfast table are shrouded in Pondi, Patta, and Merpal textures by Malabar. The kitchen and breakfast room are painted in Pure White SW 7005 by Sherwin-Williams.
Two cooks, two islands. Akira barstools from Royal Custom Designs are canvassed in Rustico calfskin from Cortina. On the front island, the Fairfax spigot and Undertone sink are both from Kohler. The Single Prismatic Standard hanging lights are from Urban Archeology.
A turned leg on each edge of the islands influences them to look more like furniture.
Cabinets with Beadboard Detail
Honed Indian Premium dark stone covers the ledges. The beadboard detail from the roof returns inside the cupboards.
Franke's Manor House cook's garment front sink in stainless steel puts a mechanical turn on the nation look.
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