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Kitchen of the Week: Turquoise Cabinets Snazz Up a Space-Savvy Eat-In

Blog by Brad Herman | April 19th, 2013

Despite a complete remodel, this 1920s row house in Jersey City, New Jersey, still has its original eclectic character. For the kitchen the homeowners wanted more room and a playful look that felt period-appropriate. Cousins and designers Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri of Brunelleschi Construction reorganized the space, putting all the cabinetry on one wall and a fold-up table on the other. Antiqued turquoise cabinetry, eclectic hardware and contemporary accents combine to create a look that reflects the homeowners' style and the home's roots.