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A Touch of Italy in Dublin

    This builder-grade kitchen had a lot of space that wasn't being used. We relocated the fridge to the other side of the kitchen and removed the partial wall that blocked off the entrance of the kitchen, which allowed us to center the stove on the wall, providing plenty of counter space for meal prep. We even covered a window to allow for this move, but with added LED lights, the kitchen is even brighter than before. We added a 10' long island with bar stool seating to create a fun place to entertain. Custom reclaimed shelves provide a great space to show off some personality or color. We always love to use a durable engineered hardwood to warm up the space. We chose a medium brown with a low sheen finish to achieve that rich look our client was looking for. The carrara marble subway tiles and countertop help bring character to this kitchen. Doesn't the custom tiled archway make you feel like you're walking through the streets of Italy?

A Touch of Italy in Dublin - Ridgecrest Designs
A Touch of Italy in Dublin - Ridgecrest Designs
A Touch of Italy in Dublin - Ridgecrest Designs
A Touch of Italy in Dublin - Ridgecrest Designs
A Touch of Italy in Dublin - Ridgecrest Designs
A Touch of Italy in Dublin - Ridgecrest Designs
A Touch of Italy in Dublin - Ridgecrest Designs

Before Photos

Before Photo - Ridgecrest Designs
Before Photo - Ridgecrest Designs