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"“After” photos by Wing Wong Style. The home is a Tudor-style house built in the early 20th century, so traditional elements suited its style. The inspiration for the color and material palettes started with Kitchen Sink Cabinet this La Cornue range. “My clients are enthusiastic cooks who love to entertain with themed dinner parties and cook family dinners, so they decided they wanted this special range,” Stephens says. Take a gander at the work Oshman put into this mural, which she calls Exchanging Pheasantries. She worked from a photo of pheasants that live in the area, enlarging the photo and then laying out the tiles on top of it. Range needs. The range area maximizes function. Pullout lower cabinets flank the stove. One side keeps necessary utensils close at hand. The other side houses the herbs and spices. Range hood. The range hood surround is traditional but has a heavy-duty modern exhaust vent system inside. A makeup air system is activated when the vent goes on to bring in fresh air. “More and more code officials are requiring systems like this,” she says. Before. One of the clients’ top priorities was to have a large sink underneath a window. The existing window was too high for her to see out when she stood at the sink. The new window and sink placement drove a lot of the layout decisions.Tracey Stephens Interior Design IncSink window. Stephens played around with a few ideas before landing on a large fixed window over the sink (other windows in the kitchen open). How it would fit in with the exterior architecture and the logistics of construction went into the Kitchen Sink Cabinet decision. She placed it in a way that left 10 inches between the edge of the window and the sink for flowers and herbs. The countertop extends to the sill for a seamless look. More pullouts flank the sink. This one houses the cutting boards and can hold baking sheets.Tracey Stephens Interior Design IncDishwasher. Although Stephens usually likes to place a dishwasher right next to a sink, her clients were used to having it off to the side, as it is here. Having the large sink under the window flanked by custom pullouts and symmetrical cabinetry was more important to them. Floor plan (before). The kitchen, left, was separated from the large butler’s pantry, right, by a wall. The family had a table in the butler’s pantry and ate most meals in there.Tracey Kitchen Sink Cabinet Stephens Interior Design IncFloor plan (after). “They were so used to eating in there that taking down this wall [behind the refrigerator] was a tough sell,” Stephens says. “But they decided to open it up.” She kept their kitchen table in about the same spot. Before PhotoTracey Stephens Interior Design IncBefore. If you peek through the doorway on the left, you can see the existing butler’s pantry.Tracey Stephens Interior Design IncPeninsula. Now, between the eat-in area and the rest of the kitchen, a peninsula houses the microwave-convection oven, toaster oven and warming drawer. The countertop is in the right spot for laying out food for casual meals.Tracey Stephens Interior Design Inc“The warming drawer is great for meals when they are all busy with their different schedules,” Stephens says.Tracey Stephens Interior Design IncBanquette. “They wanted to be able to Kitchen Sink Cabinet seat six, so a banquette was the best way to accommodate that and leave enough circulation open around the table,” Stephens says. She custom-ordered the table’s urn-shaped pedestal and then added a top in the same marble as the countertops. Chandelier. Waiting for the chandelier required a lot of patience. After the four months it took to custom-design the colors and glazes on the leaves and fruits, the large crate it was shipped in got lost somewhere between France and U.S. Customs. It was last tracked to a plane headed for Tel Aviv and has never been recovered, so they had to wait three more months for a second one to be made in France and shipped. It was worth the wait. Floor. In this photo, you can see that the kitchen, while large, is relatively Kitchen Sink Cabinet narrow. Because the room is above an unheated garage and was cold and drafty, the clients opted for radiant underfloor heating. (During construction, they also improved the wall and floor insulation.) The flooring is natural graphite slate, specially cut into a herringbone pattern and sealed. The reason for custom cutting was to create the right size for the scale of the room — it needed to have enough of a repeat across the width of the room without being too busy. Butler’s pantry cabinets. These leaded-glass upper cabinets are original to the house. “My clients have lots of beautiful china that they like to use and display,” Stephens says. She plucked the orange hue she used inside from the pheasant mosaic for a powerful contrast with the blue. Casework. The cabinetmaker also altered the cabinet to the right. Only the glass-front portion Kitchen Sink Cabinet used to exist here, and it hung off the wall in an odd way. So Stephens had him add a cabinet to the bottom and a display area on top, again backed in orange. Window treatments. For the window treatments, she helped her clients find a fabric that would complement the chinoiserie pattern on the chairs. Then she had her Kitchen Sink Cabinet workroom create custom scalloped edges that outline the pattern’s motif. Also worth noting is the braided trim detail at the top of the valance."