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    Toe Kick (SE-TK8)


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    96"L * 1/8"T PLYWOOD


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      Product Model SE-TK8
      Austin, TexasDesigners: Shane Pavonetti and Matthew Baitz of Pavonetti Architecture Size: 190 square feet (17.6 square meters) Homeowners’ request: An open, simple and playful kitchen with a modern twist on farmhouse design and plenty of functionality for a growing family.  Palette: Blue cabinets. White open shelves. Satin brass fixtures. Carrara marble countertops. Exposed wood beams. “The blue cabinets and brass fixtures mix both warm and cool hues to evoke a playful aesthetic amongst a desaturated backdrop,” designer Shane Pavonetti says. “The patina of the satin brass is a beautiful juxtaposition to the clean lines of the modern kitchen. The warmth of the exposed wood beams and subtle veins of the Carrara marble countertops also help bring this scheme together.”  Other special features: Pantry to the right of the sink.  Why the design works: “The design approach for this kitchen was to create a place where friends and family could gather, while exploiting the natural environment that surrounds the home. By implementing a simple color palette and open layout, we were able to achieve functional connections to the other nodes of the house and a visual connection to the landscape,” Pavonetti says. Designer secret: “The homeowners originally purchased a polished chrome fixture for the kitchen sink, which they had de-chromed to reveal the beautiful brass finish you see in the photograph,” Pavonetti says.  See more of this home 3. Superior, WisconsinDesigner: Jenika Kurtz Cuadra of J. Kurtz Design Size: 180 square feet (16.7 square meters)Homeowners’ request: Open up a closed-off kitchen and increase functionality and efficiency. Palette: Black cabinets. Brass cabinet hardware. Black-and-white granite countertops. White subway tile with dark gray grout.Other special features: Three double-hung windows. Open shelves.  Designer secret: “The kitchen before was not symmetrical and felt very enclosed,” designer Jenika Kurtz Cuadra says. “By opening up the one wall and creating a more thoughtful layout, we were able to make the kitchen feel larger with almost the same amount of square feet.”Refrigerator, dishwasher and range: Aga; sconces: Circa Lighting; island: Target; faucet: Kohler; cabinets: Menards; cabinet hardware: Rejuvenation; window shades: Hunter DouglasSee more of this home