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    36" Height Single Door Wall Cabinet (CS-W1536)


    $208.6/ Piece


    15"W * 36"H * 12"D


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      Product Model CS-W1536
      Black Lacquer Design

      4. West Hollywood, CaliforniaDesigner: Caitlin Murray of Black Lacquer DesignSize: 150 square feet (13.9 square meters)Homeowners’ request: Update a decades-old condo to feel “chic, fresh and soulful,” designer Caitlin Murray says. Palette: Gray cabinets. Quartz countertops with a Calacatta Gold marble look. Polished and brushed brass. “I love the idea of mixing lacquered and matte finishes of the same metal,” Murray says. Designer secret: “Black always adds sophistication,” Murray says. “When in doubt of what a room’s missing, that’s a great place to start.”“Uh-oh” moment: “The 1950s walls had essentially no studs, and the second we opened one up, we had to outfit the entire unit in metal ones to meet current fire code,” Murray says. “This was a significant expense and slowed down the project. In situations like this, you have to just roll with it and do what needs to be done. I think it’s wise for any homeowner to go into a renovation expecting inevitable delays and extra costs, because there are always going to be unforeseen circumstances. It’s part of the nature of construction, and the best results happen when everyone stays calm and makes rational decisions accordingly.” Bar stools: brass and leather Bunda stool, Thomas Hayes Studio; pendants: Cedar & Moss; countertops: Silestone in Calacatta Gold; cabinets pulls: Liz’s Antique HardwareSee more of this home Studio Geiger Architecture

      5. Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn, New YorkDesigner: Liesl Geiger-Kincade of Studio Geiger ArchitectureSize: 86 square feet (7.9 square meters); 7½ by 11½ feet (2.2 by 3.5 meters) Homeowners’ request: Simplify cabinetry, add more countertop space and bring in more brightness.  Palette: Charcoal cabinets. Unlacquered brass hardware and faucet. White tile backsplash. White walls. “Brass is a warm tone and I think makes the dark charcoal more approachable when the two are together,” designer and architect Liesl Geiger-Kincade says.  Other special features: Decorative archway. Additional cabinet storage in an adjacent dining space flanking a fireplace.