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"Photos by Erika Bierman Inspiration: “My client held up a plate they had bought in Portofino, Italy, and said, ‘I want my kitchen to feel like this plate,’ ” Neithart says. They love blue, and their house is Custom Built Cabinets a 1920s classic California Spanish house. They also wanted it to feel bright and open. Layout: In this floor plan, you can see the work zone is a simple triangle of the sink, range and refrigerator. The microwave is tucked next to the refrigerator and the dishwasher is next to the sink. Beyond this, there are three key elements that make the small space function well and not feel closed in. Pantry: To the left, you can catch a glimpse of the pantry cabinet. This may be Custom Built Cabinets the most thrilling thing about the entire renovation for Neithart’s clients. They are so happy to have an appropriate place to store their food. There are pull-out shelves to make accessing everything easy. Things they don’t need to access as often go up top, such as extra paper towels. Splurge: La Cornue CornuFe range and counter-depth refrigerator Backsplash: The hand-painted terra-cotta tile plays a major role in the room’s style. “These painted terra-cotta tiles by Tabarka Studio are handmade all the way through, which is an important Custom Built Cabinets consideration,” Neithart says. Knowing her clients liked things to look very tidy, she borrowed a grouted board from the tiler to show them a mock-up of what it would look like. “Because they are handmade and not machine cut, they have uneven edges that do not make for straight, clean grout lines,” Neithart says. “For me, that’s part of the charm, but this look is certainly not for everyone. So my clients took some time to think Custom Built Cabinets about whether or not they’d like that look before committing.” Cabinet details: Speaking of tidiness, Neithart brings up another issue that can arise — using mullions in glass cabinet doors. “Mullions add lines, and if they don’t line up with the shelves, they can be visually busy,” she says. She recommends using plain glass panes without mullions. Or if you do want mullions, you can use glass shelves or do what she did here — line the mullions up with the shelves and paint them to match. One important thing to note is that when you do this, you cannot adjust the heights of your shelves, so consider that before committing. Neithart also recommends “getting a little obscure” with the glass, such as using Custom Built Cabinets seeded, wavy or antique glass designs. Charmean Neithart InteriorsFaucet: The faucet’s graceful curve has a traditional look that befits the home, while its pull-down sprayer is a modern convenience. “He especially loved this faucet,” Neithart says of one of the homeowners. “It has an industrial look.” Countertops: While her clients originally thought they wanted Carrara marble for the counters, Neithart had gotten to know them well enough to know that would not work. They needed something durable Custom Built Cabinets because they cook a lot and have 5-year-old twins, and stains and chips would have driven them crazy because they like neat and tidy. She knew Caesarstone’s London Grey would be a great fit for them. “This one does a really good job of feeling more like natural stone,” she says. “It has veining and coloring that’s very similar to Carrara, but it’s really tough to destroy it.”Charmean Neithart Interiors“People think smaller kitchens are hard to work in, but I feel the opposite way,” the designer says. “Having a small Custom Built Cabinets triangle is very convenient. You’re really just pivoting around most of the time. Smaller kitchens are awesome!”"