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    Glass Door Wall Cabinet (AW-DCW2430GD)


    $435.6/ Piece


    24"W * 30"H * 12"D


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      Product Model AW-DCW2430GD
      “Uh-oh” moment: “My main challenge, as with any white kitchen, is how to coordinate all the different tones of white. White flooring, white cabinetry, white countertops and white paint on walls and ceiling — it can be daunting. I would awaken in the middle of the night thinking, ‘How am I going to get all the whites to match?’ Well, they don’t have to — they just need to complement each other. “You can take the same white and it will look different on a vertical and horizontal surface, so having white cabinet doors on top of a white tile floor, you can play with the tones so they complement each other, rather than try to match them. Don’t be afraid to mix white. Also by varying the finish on each of the whites — matte, semi or gloss — you can make a cohesive design statement.” Splurges and savings: “My client wanted the purest white quartz for his countertops, which almost always tends to be the most expensive color selection, so countertops became my budget priority. By designing with a combination of Bellmont Cabinet’s 1900 and 1600 series, I was able to furnish the kitchen with cabinetry at a cost that allowed the countertops to take a priority.” The nitty-gritty: Base cabinetry: Bellmont Cabinet’s 1600 Terra in Bark; tall cabinetry and appliance panels: Bellmont Cabinet’s 1900 Jazz in Gloss White; countertops: Pental Quartz in Super White honed finish; flooring: 24- by 24-inch Everquartz tiles in white, Everstone; appliances by Jenn-Air: 36-inch gas cooktop, 36-inch wall vent hood, 36-inch built-in top fridge and bottom freezer, and 30-inch convection oven-microwave combo; dishwasher: Miele; backsplash:  2- by 6-inch brushed stainless steel tile Budget: $40,000, including demolition of office area; moving of main electrical panel that was located in office area; new floor tiles, countertops, drywall, painting, cabinetry and installation; electrical and plumbing relocations; does not include appliances and furnishings Team involved: Mike Yakovich, Better Built Inc. (construction); Desert Stone (countertops); Mike Slaten Tile (tilework) Why the design works: “What’s unique is the mix of materials and colors. I will admit that I was nervous to use three different woods — window stain, dark cabinet stain and then the raised-bar island stain — so making sure that this all coordinated together nicely was important.”What wasn’t working: “Because we have a table extension off the island, it was really important to have the proper-width island that allowed for enough space for a table and chairs to fit comfortably, but also wanting it to feel a part of the kitchen yet not crowding the bar stool space. Hence the waterfall countertop was a great solution to keeping the spaces separate. We also mocked up the space with cardboard and chalk so they could visually see the space and made the proper adjustments to fit their exact liking.”Who uses it: “The homeowners have two boys under the age of 12. They also have family members come and stay with them for months out of the year, so designing this space with many different ages was kept in mind. There is a bar area with beverage fridges that extends into the family room space, as well as a mini desk for the homeowners to sit and print things out or use the desk while still being a part of what’s going on in the space. They like to cook and entertain for family and friends, yet also needed a kid-friendly environment.”