Sunshine and elegance in North London suburbContemporary Kitchen, New York

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Contemporary kitchen/diner in New York. —  Houzz
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d0ugt0ria wrote:21 May 2015
  • discoball1

    Love the colour of the units, do you know what this is?

  • PRO

    Nicholas Anthony was the kitchen designer for this kitchen, I think the colour was called Cappuccino or similar

vitalba_swords wrote:18 Jul 2016
  • tavolla

    I have seen quite similar in can ask the designer on the bottom of the picture

Chris T wrote:20 Jun 2016
  • PRO
    Alice Sparks Ltd

    Dear Chris

    we can provide this to you. Please email me for my attention your dimensions. To Alice



eong70 wrote:28 Sep 2014
  • PRO
    Susan Fisher Photography
    Please refer your question to the designer of this lovely space: debrakacher
Captain B wrote:17 Feb 2014

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