My Sub-Zero and Wolf Kitchen


SubZero Wolf Kitchen Design
My kitchen is the heart of my home. It’s where we gather, congregate, laugh and of course eat wonderful meals together. We share our days and nights here, our stories and ideas. And regardless of how large the house is, everyone crams themselves into the kitchen, making it the epicenter of my home. 

And if my kitchen proper is the epicenter, then my kitchen island is without a doubt the command-and-control center everyone gravitates towards. It is where the kids do their homework, we eat our breakfast and share informal family meals. It’s where science fair projects have been created and book reports are written. A place to serve appetizers during parties and roll out pizza dough for dinner.

Stadium-like seating allows a viewing place for family and guests to take part in the food prep and experience what is really happening in the kitchen. The island is my cooking stage and I love the versatility it offers. Trust me, it’s also the catch-all for mail, empty lunch boxes and misplaced items, but the pros of having a well-designed island far outweighs the cons. I couldn’t live without it.

As you can see, I also have a secondary island in my kitchen. The larger one (15 x 3) creates an informal separation of the great room and kitchen. Its large size helps balance the interior space where the kitchen and great room share an open room. The smaller, middle island (4 x 3) is a great prep area. Both are equipped with custom storage, electrical outlets and a few Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances I will show you throughout this post.

SubZero Wolf Kitchen
Here is another angle of the kitchen. The large aisle space allows for several “chefs” to tackle different cooking projects at once. The ebb and flow of this well-designed space is priceless. It influences the fun and creativeness we have in the kitchen as a family because there is room for everyone to work together.

Sub Zero Pro 48 Refrigerator
Collectively I have nine Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances in my home. Which one is my favorite? It’s a tough question because each one of them plays into my day to day life so differently. 

There is no doubt the Sub-Zero PRO 48 Refrigerator is one of the most used appliances in my kitchen. It is referred to as a “masterpiece of preservation”. Its dual refrigeration technology keeps food fresh longer. Thanks to its two built-in compressors, there is no odor transfer from the refrigerator to the freezer. The veggies in my crisper seem to have an endless life span, a good thing when you live out in the country and aren’t exactly close to the grocery store.

It goes without mention this 800-pound beauty is sleek and gorgeous, a true focal point in my home.

Wolf 48 inch Dual Fuel Range
However, while I love my refrigerator/freezer with all my heart, my Wolf 48″ Dual Fuel Range is my absolute favorite-favorite appliance in my collection. I had wanted this range for as long as I can remember and still can’t believe I get to cook on it every single day. 

As you can see, my range has four burners. Covered on top are an infrared charbroiler and steel griddle, which we use for everything. Grilling steaks, chicken and veggies on the charbroiler and making pancakes and burgers on the griddle couldn’t be easier. Since we live in the Pacific Northwest, the indoor charbroiler has been a treat. Grilling outside in the winter rain is now a thing of the past…thank goodness.

Wolf 48 inch Dual Fuel Range blue inside
Who doesn’t recognize or appreciate the iconic red knobs or classic cobalt blue interiors of the Wolf ranges? Sub-Zero and Wolf have led the pack when it comes to innovative and beautiful kitchen design for more than 65 years.

The Wolf Dual Convection Oven has 10 cooking modes. Roasted leg of lamb and apple pie are not cooked under the same mode. Instead, the range delivers even airflow and temperature throughout the cooking process. Dual fans and multiple heating elements work according to the modes chosen. Three baking sheets of cookies are made without having to rotate them around the oven for even cooking. As a food blogger, I couldn’t be happier about what I am able to accomplish with this range. Foods are browned properly and cooked to perfection. Overall, it has met all of my expectations.

The halogen oven lights make it easy to see what’s going on inside without having to open the doors and lose heat. 

With all the beauty found in these appliances, I am easily inspired to create, cook and serve delicious and memorable meals to friends and family. I truly believe the beauty of well-designed objects and spaces have a positive affect on my life. I always have a smile on my face when I head into this kitchen. It fits my needs perfectly.

Wolf Pro Series Ventilation Hood
With the amount of high temperature cooking I do, especially with the charbroiler, a good ventilation system is a necessity. The powerful Wolf Pro Series Hood Liner keeps residual smoke and steam out of the kitchen and remains hidden from view with a custom exterior treatment surrounding it.

Wolf Warming Drawer
Here’s something I’m really excited to show you, the Wolf Warming Drawer. You barely notice it since the electronic controls are hidden inside and the drawer itself sits in between my other drawers. 

If you are dreaming about redesigning your kitchen, don’t think twice about adding this to your list. I use the warming drawer several times a week and it especially comes in handy when entertaining.

It’s perfect if you have family members who work late or eat at different times because of after-school activities or events. No more cold dinners or extra work of heating them up.

Wolf Warming Drawer with food
Here is a look at the inside of the warming drawer. Superior air control keeps moist foods moist and crisp foods crisp. It’s quite large so you can fit a lot of prepared. This is useful when the main course is still cooking, but your side dishes are finished. There is enough space to keep my dishes warm on the upper rack. 

I can’t help but think how nice this appliance would be in the master suite bathroom, keeping towels warm during the winter months…hmmm.

Sub Zero Undercounter Wine Storage Model 424
As a winemaker, undercounter wine refrigeration in my kitchen is a must. Well, even if I wasn’t a winemaker, I would still want this. The Sub-Zero Wine Storage unit sits in my larger kitchen island. It holds 46 bottles of wine and has two precisely maintained temperature zones. Because of these zones, I am able to store red and white wines together in the same refrigeration unit. A very convenient option.

Sub-Zero’s undercounter wine refrigeration integrates perfectly in my kitchen. It’s beautifully designed and looks stunning among the other appliances. Most importantly, the unit itself is extremely quiet. In fact, we never hear it. You have no idea how important the silence is until you’ve had a wine fridge that runs louder than a car. Been there, done that.

And wine is always chilled and ready to go, what more could I ask for.

Wolf Steamer Cooktop
Another shot of my center island. The sink with the garbage disposal is the perfect prep area for chopping veggies. But, this island is also home to a favored appliance, the Wolf Steamer Cooktop.

By far it’s the coolest “extra” in my kitchen. At first I didn’t know if it was something I would really use. Wow, what was I thinking! I use it to proof dough, defrost foods quickly, steam crab and lobster, I keep cooked pasta warm and steam buns for a hot dog bar, make rice and steam veggies. I have found its uses to be endless.

The steamer comes to boiling temperature very quickly with a range of temps available to hold food. A button easily drains the water. Solid and perforated inserts are easily removed and cleaned.

While Wolf has been a premier maker of ranges, ovens, cooktops and grills for years, it is obvious their expanded product lines are well thought out. I am impressed with how their appliances easily accommodate varying cooking styles and personal preferences in the kitchen.
 
Wolf Microwave Oven
My Wolf Microwave Oven is also hidden from view in the larger island. This has been a great asset to my kitchen. In addition to being a powerful appliance it also houses a special vapor and moisture detecting device. As the food heats up, the sensor automatically adjusts the cooking times and power level for what is inside. The technology takes into consideration the amount of food being heated as well. In other words, it’s a “smart” microwave.

Wolf Microwave and Sub Zero Undercounter Refrigeration
In our home we also have a kitchen in our downstairs recreation room. This is where my kids hang out with their friends, play foosball, darts, air hockey, video games and just act like boys. It’s their area.

This kitchen has a second Wolf Microwave Oven, (the same as the one in my main kitchen) and an undercounter Sub-Zero Refrigerator/Freezer. An updated version of the refrigerator/freezer is now available, which is where the link will take you. The microwave and refrigerator/freezer were easily integrated into a cabinet that sit on top of each other and match the rest of the cabinetry in the kitchen.

You can easily see the roominess of the Wolf Microwave Oven, something that comes in handy quite often around here. 

My family loves having an ice maker in the refrigerator/freezer downstairs. It sure beats going back upstairs when we need some ice. This refrigerator is always stocked with an array of drinks, something a bunch of teenagers seem to love. 

Sub Zero Wolf Kitchen Design picture
I hope you have enjoyed taking a peak into my kitchen. Next time I’ll show you all the custom storage options behind all those cabinet doors. I know you’ll be waiting with bated breath.

Now…the Good News….

Sub-Zero and Wolf believe in celebrating kitchen designs that are innovative, fresh and delicious. Their Kitchen Design Contest, one of the most respected in the industry, is a way of celebrating amazing designers and awe inspiring kitchen designs incorporating Sub-Zero and Wolf products. 

Over $140,000 in cash prizes will be given to kitchen design professionals who have created winning designs in various categories; Traditional, Contemporary, Online Designer’s Choice, Student Entries and for the first time, an online People’s Choice award (which is where you come in).

How to enter and win the $100 Visa Card Giveaway:

  • Visit the Sub-Zero and Wolf Kitchen Design Contest page and vote for your favorite kitchen design for the online People’s Choice Award (to be clear, this does not include my kitchen).
  • Return here and leave a comment telling me which kitchen you voted for and why.
  • One name will be chosen by random to receive a $100 Visa Gift Card.

Sweepstakes Rules:

No duplicate comments.

You may receive (2) total entries by selecting from the following entry methods:

a) Leave a comment in response to the sweepstakes prompt (above) on this post

b) Tweet (public message) about this promotion; including exactly the following unique term in your tweet message: “#SweepstakesEntry”; and leave the URL to that tweet in a comment on this post

c) Blog about this promotion, including a disclosure that you are receiving a sweepstakes entry in exchange for writing the blog post, and leave the URL to that post in a comment on this post

d) For those with no Twitter or blog, read the official rules to learn about an alternate form of entry.

This giveaway is open to US Residents age 18 or older. Winners will be selected via random draw, and will be notified by e-mail. You have 72 hours to get back to me, otherwise a new winner will be selected.

The Official Rules are available here.

This sweepstakes runs from 4/1/13 – 4/30/13

Be sure to visit the Sub-Zero and Wolf brand page on BlogHer.com where you can read other bloggers’ reviews and find more chances to win! And feel free to keep up with Sub-Zero and Wolf on Twitter @subzerowolf.
 

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  1. Starla 1

    I voted for No. 7, predominately white with a black top on the center island (although I don’t care for the seats shown at the island). I love white in the kitchen, and this seems like a good use of the space. BUT, if someone wants to give me a kitchen makeover, I promise not to be too picky!

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  2. Mary Beth Elderton 2

    I didn’t see a title of the kitchen I voted for–lots of warmer woods as opposed to some of the “sleeker” more modern designs. While I love the sleek modern looks, I prefer my own kitchen to be warmer, fewer lines.

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  3. Mary Beth Elderton 3
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  4. Robin W. 4

    I do so wish I could vote for your kitchen Cathy – it looks amazing!!! But since I cannot – I have voted for one on the FB page that is unpainted wood cabinets – my top choice!! And I really can’t wait to hear all about your cabinets!!! Thanks for the give-away!!

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  5. CabinGirl 5

    Kind of hard to say which one as they aren’t numbered but I believe it was #46, beautiful natural wood island with cream colored cabinets and a stone wall

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  6. John Dowdy 6

    I voted for the one with the blue screens up on the ceiling. Have no idea what they are, but I liked the design of the kitchen with the stove in close proximity to the sink where you will be doing all the prepping. Loved the Wolf refrigerator and full height wine storage at the end of the kitchen.

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  7. Barbara 7

    I liked #22 the best, but most of them are really nice. I really, really like yours! A new kitchen would be inspiring and I may never leave it, except to visit my sewing room!

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  8. Cassidy 8

    I really liked all of them, but ultimately chose the last one, as it’s the one I would want with wood and tile.

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  9. Angel Eicher 9

    No name, but it was the one with wood rafters and huge granite island. Gorgeous!

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  10. Elena 10

    I voted for the white kitchen (not sure about the name of the design) because i like the color

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  11. Elena 11
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  12. Susan Broughton 12

    I really like your kitchen! I voted for the wood kitchen and the white kitchens for the top 5 they asked for. I like the comfortable, family oriented close knit, organized kitchens. I prefer the wood color first, then the white look but I would love any of them for me! Thanks again love your kitchen!

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  13. Susan Broughton 13

    Here is the tweet link: link to twitter.com

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  14. Kathy 14

    My favorite was the kitchen with white cabinets, hardwood floors and a wood island. It was striking yet felt warm and somewhat traditional. I could see my family gathering there!

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  15. Noelle 15

    I picked the one that has white custom cabinets with a oval table in front of island with steel blues in fabrics on chairs shades and a bench at one side of the table. The refrigerator is behind custom cabinets. I like that a lot. The look is clean and relaxing with that tone of blue. I also like how big the island is!

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  16. Chad Atwell 16

    I like #3

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  17. Mary Clark 17

    I voted for photo #14 because I liked the bar area but the open look and roominess but plenty of storage and work space to the kitchen. Just liked the whole look of it.

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  18. Tracy Caldwell 18

    I voted for #36 down the list, the cabinets look like bamboo and several windows look out onto talll sparse pine trees, the inside and outside blend so well together, I love this look.

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  19. Sabrina 19

    I voted for the one with the light green tiles on the left wall. I love that pop of color. The mix with the wood. It seems very natural and serene. The view helps a bit too!

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  20. Sabrina 20

    Here is my tweet:

    link to twitter.com

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  21. Jenness 21

    Entries not named or numbered…my favorite has some natural cabinets and some white. There are two light globes hanging down over the island. Also has a stone wall.

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  22. Susan Maggy 22

    Quite honestly, there wasn’t one there that I really liked. Yours would be my dream kitchen, from the wood to the appliances. I didn’t notice a number, but it was the last one on the list. It had more of the wood and design that I like.

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  23. Cathy 23

    I have no clue which one it was other then it was 3rd or 4th row from bottom. wooden floors.. two bulb lights hanging and white cabinets. it looked cozy..

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  24. Leslie Gaunt 24

    I voted for the one on the right, second row from the bottom. I like the island with the sink, and that the kitchen isn’t completely separated from what looks like a living room.

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  25. Susan Christy 25

    #5? I don’t see where the entries are named or numbered (tried Chrome, IE & Firefox) but it’s the 2nd one on the 2nd row with the 3 red chairs in the foreground. Very mid-century & that is the look I like.

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  26. I chose the kitchen with one aqua colored chair (had a row of white chairs, and 1 blue chair). It really popped out at me. I loved the modern decor, the overhead storage, and the airy, open layout. It was my perfect kitchen. Everything was perfect!

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  27. Heather Spooner 27

    I voted for #22. I love the window seat, the island stovetop, and the cabinetry. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  28. Michelle M 28

    I voted for the 15th one down (had the maple looking island with two globe pendant lights hanging down and whitewashed cabinetry elsewhere). I would have absolutely voted for yours over any of these choices though. Your kitchen is unbelievable and I think I drooled all over my laptop from that Wolf range alone. : ) Beautiful work, Cathy!

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  29. I voted for kitchen #9 because it reminds me of the kitchen I grew up in. Clean, lots of room, and wood!

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  30. I tweeted! link to twitter.com

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  31. Kathy 31

    I voted for #18, it had lots of natural light, and the stone wall gave it an outdoorsy feel.

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  32. Rachael M 32

    I voted for the kitchen with the wood carved cabinets. There are a few things I would have styled differently but overall, I love the warm wood tones and the feeling of home I get when I see the picture. It also goes really well with the green outdoors it’s surrounded by!

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  33. Cheryl Newton 33

    I voted for No. 8 because it has a ladder (I’m short, so I regularly find myself dragging over a dining chair to reach stuff up high) and also I love the bar stools at the island. (I’m currently in the market for counter stools to match the table that’s been sitting in its box for more than a year now.)

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  34. I liked so many of the designs but I had three that I kept going back to. The dark counters with the open, airy layouts really had me wishing I had a bigger kitchen.

    Yours is absolutely gorgeous–thanks so much for allowing us a peek! Oh, to have the space to have all those beautiful appliances. It would be a treat to cook in your kitchen every single day. :)

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  35. Shawn 35

    I voted..sort of like yours better than the other choices..HA!

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  36. Terry Cross 36

    I voted for the 11th one down in the 3rd column. I like the overall design and the wood. I especially liked the picture on the wood over the stove and the stained glass on the cabinet.

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  38. Nancy L 38

    I chose the kitchen with the wood cabinets with the double wall ovens and the stained glass look cabinet doors on the end. It seems more warm and inviting than the stainless steel, no color kitchens.

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  39. 35 Just love everything about it!

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  40. Lily Sheng 40

    I voted for this one link to pc.subzero-wolf.com because it reminds me of kitchens I see in dramedy movies that I’ve always longed for. Not a huge one, just big enough but elegant!

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  41. Lily Sheng 41

    Here is my tweet: link to twitter.com thanks for the giveaway!

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  42. Lynn Zukowski 42

    I also didn’t see the names of the kitchens. I voted for the ones that was more natural, warmer tones. I don’t like white and gray. I like your kitchen the best though! When can I move in?

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  43. Kelly D 43

    I voted for kitchen #27 because I loved the curved design of the counters and the marble finish.

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  44. Kelly D 44
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  45. Doris Brady 45

    I love the rich woods and lighting effects of the kitchen I chose. The appliances were all beautiful and the kitchen just says “come in and enjoy a good family meal.” It is my dream kitchen.

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  46. Kathy 46

    I didn’t see a number but the one I liked best had a mix of white cabinets and countertops with a large white hood over the range. I chose this one because if the kitchen is the heart of the home, this one was the best mix of modern with a sense of warm and cozy. I felt “at home” looking at this design.

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  47. My favorite is the one with the library ladder, I need one of those in my kitchen.

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  48. Teresa 49

    Not sure which was my favorite but like a lot of people, I like yours!
    I chose 5 of there’s and would love to have those appliances!

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  49. Mami2jcn 50

    I voted for a kitchen with a curved island because I think it looks unusual but is very functional.

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  50. Mami2jcn 51

    tweet–https://twitter.com/mami2jcn/status/318890564672163840

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  51. HPH 52

    I voted for number 11.

    I love the wide-open view and the stained glass door inserts.

    Thanks for the tour of your kitchen!

    Enjoy your Day!

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  52. rebecca shockley 53

    I couldn’t find a number, but I voted for the grey marble counter top’s with long counter space and cabinet’s

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  53. rebecca shockley 54
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  54. Carole Resnick 55

    I like #2

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  55. Diane Dainis 56

    I chose the white kitchen with the very French looking white range hood. I love anything French so this fit the bill. And I adore the stove!! A cooks dream!

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  56. Linda 57

    lucky 16-you definately have the dream kitchen!

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  57. Neiddy 58

    I voted for the kitchen with the glass door fridge, I have been wanting a fridge like this for quite a while so it immediately grabbed my attention

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  58. Neiddy 59
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  59. First off I just want to say that you have my dream kitchen…check out those appliances!!!

    I voted for the kitchen with that gorgeous carved wood hood :)

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  60. Sharon H. 61

    Wow, what a kitchen!!! I guess I’ll have to continue cooking in my tiny gallery kitchen from the 1970s – or maybe I can creat a food blog and get a new updated kitchen!!

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  61. Jamie R. 62

    Yours would be my favorite, but since that is not an option I chose #48 (I think thats the number) it has the stove top on top of the island. I really like that option b/c it allows the cook to be involved with everything going on in the kitchen unlike most stoves that face a wall. Plus, the cook then has all the space on the island for their mise en place!

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  62. Danae 63

    I’m not sure what # this kitchen was but, it had warm wood tones, Craftsman style, dark counters and fixtures, and stained glass on the island cabinet doors. Absolutely beautiful, I don’t think I would ever leave the kitchen if that was mine!

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  63. courtney b 64

    i like the all white kitchen.. so classic and fancy!

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  65. Valerie C. 66

    #44, I could live there :)

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  66. Valerie C. 67

    My tweet:
    link to twitter.com

    You have a gorgeous kitchen, I love it!

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  67. rachel 68

    I’m digging the ones with white cabinets and dark floors!

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  68. Jan N 69

    I voted for kitchen#7 I love a Black and White Kitchen.

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  69. amy pugmire 70

    I voted for the first picture. I love love love the white clean look! It looks so open and I love the modern look.

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  70. amy pugmire 71
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  71. Madonna 72

    You have my dream kitchen :). I feel the same way about the kitchen you do.
    I only picked 3 to vote on. Honestly most of them seemed cold to me but there were 3 that seemed like a real family kitchen. I was raised that the kitchen was the center of the home and most of those seemed more like showplaces than homes.

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  72. Can’t figure out the number or design name, but I absolutely adore the kitchen with the layout that creates great use of a small kitchen space from floor to ceiling and looks very practical as shown with the movable ladder which is great for a short person like myself. I also love the modern and urban look of it particularly the exposed brick and mortar as part of the cabinetry and the marble top island that also has the seating area. I want this kitchen!!

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  73. Satin Garner 74

    There were four I really liked.. the first one was one of my favs….. like the large island and how warm and inviting it was… lighting was key also in my picks….. fun to look and wish….

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  75. My vote was for #2. I just love traditional kitchens. P.S. your range is gorgeous!

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  76. Vadim 77

    My vote was for #9; the white looks great and the backsplash is striking!

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  77. Synthia 78

    I voted for kitchen #22 because I love the large islands, and this kitchen exemplified just that with the sink on the side for handy dinner preparations! I also love the homey feel that this kitchen exudes. Everything about this one makes me feel very comfortable and relaxing :)

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  78. Cynthia C 79

    I voted for the kitchen that had gray tiling and glass pendant lamps. It looked sleek, neat and inviting.

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  79. Cynthia C 80
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  80. Tiffany 81

    I voted for the kitchen with the small square lights, was somewhat grey in color, and had lots of white flowers decorating it. It felt the most inviting to me.

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  81. Rita 82

    I can’t vote for any of those kitchens…yours is the one I want…I mean wow, talk about appliance heaven.

    If Sub-Zero and Wolf were on it, they photograph your kitchen for a magazine spread. Let’s face it…a real home cooks functional kitchen…now that’s advertising.

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  82. Anna 83

    I voted for # 9 – loved the warmth and openness of it. I also loved your kitchen! Hearing about all of your awesome appliances made me drool!

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  83. tamar 84

    I voted for my top 5. I liked ones that had more modern appearances (the one with the see thru fridge door was pretty innovative) and also welcomed lots of light.

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  84. Ugh, Now that I loved I can tell you what number it was. But it was a white kitchen with 4 stools at the countr and two large lights over the island. I liked this because it seems that when we host a party or our dinner club, everyone gathers around our penisula. I wish it was an isand so I could stand before our guest and prepare whatever I need to an not feel left out of the conversation.

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  85. Lisa Brown 86

    I don’t know the name of the design I voted for, but it was lovely with the hard wood floors, matching hard wood cabinets, the island, and soft lighting and off-white paint. Felt homey and comfortable, for a kitchen, and a kitchen I would want to be in all the time.
    jslbrown_03 at yahoo dot com

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  86. Lisa Brown 87

    2nd entry tweet – link to twitter.com
    jslbrown_03 at yahoo dot com

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  87. Margot C 88

    On the site I voted for 5 kitchens; one with a French looking plaster hood over the range, one with a library ladder, one with a giant butcher’s block center island, one with smart looking black hardware and one with cool looking soda fountain stools. I did this really because all of those things in one form or another are things that I would like to do in my own kitchen.

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  88. Margot C 89

    I tweeted too: link to twitter.com

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  89. Lizbeth 90

    I love a white kitchen, so I’m voting for #7.

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  90. Margi in Ky 91

    I voted but found I really am not taken with the sleek ultra modern look. I love a white kitchen and warmth. So many just looked sterile.

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  91. Louis 92

    didn’t see a description, it was the kitchen with the brick wall what gives it a more rustic feeling
    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    Louis
    pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

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  92. Louis 93

    I tweeted your giveaway

    pumuckler {at} gmail {dot} com

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  93. Jean Bullock 94

    I liked the one that had the more old fashioned look with the alcove. The choices are untitled I liked all the ones that had the little alcoves and warmer more homey looks. Loved the built in refrigerators in all of them though. Very cool.

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  94. Jean Bullock 95

    Here is my tweet link to twitter.com

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  95. soha molina 97

    The stainless steel one because it is so sleek.

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  96. Margaret Smith 98

    Wow! What a beautiful kitchen. My favorite is the one towards the middle, with the maple looking cabinets. Love the warm and open feeling.

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  97. Margaret Smith 99
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  98. Anastasia 100

    One of the kitchens I picked had a large, curved counter space! I loved the look of it and all the room to work :) My current kitchen is a tiny box with ZERO counter space, so all that room and style was dreamy :)

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  99. KIM H 101

    I voted for one with dark marble counter tops because I thought it gave the kitchen a very elegant look

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  100. David Poon 102

    I voted for #1 because it’s what a kitchen should be, clean, simple, ample storage space, and each station is well placed.

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  101. I love #37 (hope that is the right one) I like large but inviting and functional kitchens with lots of natural light. The natural wood and the earthy tones of the hardware along with all the windows make this kitchen my favorite. I am actually planning my kitchen reno right now and will take a lot of the features in this one and incorporate them into my design… Love it!

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  102. S.K. 104

    I voted for the kitchen with two ovens and is silver/chrome: link to pc.subzero-wolf.com

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  103. Angela Yeremenko 105

    I voted for Kitchen 3 (first row on the right) I voted for it because I do not like the modern style, I like more traditional and it looks the best out of all of the kitchens.,I really liked the color.

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  104. Angela Yeremenko 106

    Here is my tweet. link to twitter.com

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  105. Madeline 107

    I didn’t see which number I voted for but it was near the top and had a curved doorway in the background. I like it best because it isn’t so modern like a lot of the other ones.

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  106. Madeline 108

    Tweet link: link to twitter.com

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  107. Tabitha P. 109

    i voted for the 8th one b/c it seemed homiest.

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  108. Susan Smith 110

    I love your kitchen. I like a more tradtional look with color so I voted for the kicthens with the oak cabinets.

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  109. Susan Smith 111
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  110. Erika 112

    It would be easier to tell which one we voted for if they had labels! But the one I voted for is mostly a white kitchen. Main sink on the right, a large island with a prep sink in it, and then the cooking center on the far left. I love the look of white kitchens, and I love the long counters- plenty of room for several people to look.

    But I have to say, your kitchen is better than all those! I love the idea of two islands- and that steamer thing? I want one of those!

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  111. Linda Lansford 113

    I voted for the fourth one. It is just my style.

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  112. Katie Contests 114

    My votes were for kitchens with a breakfast bar and hanging lights!

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  113. Katie Contests 115
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  114. julie hill 116

    I love a white kitchen. The one with the warm wood floors, four windows over the sink, central wooden dining table and the staircase on the left was my favorite!

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  115. D Schmidt 117

    I did not see a number to say which one I voted for but I voted for the middle kitchen on the seventh row down

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  116. D Schmidt 118

    Tweeted for a second entry link to twitter.com

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  117. Gianna 119

    Is there a way to vote without having facebook?

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    • Cathy 120

      Yes, you’ll have to read the official contest rules to learn about an alternate form of entry.

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  118. Jessie C. 121

    I voted for the side by side stainless ovens one, not much deco in the kitchen, simple, clean and chic design. (link to pinterest.com)

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  119. Jessie C. 122

    -https://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/321121271947603968

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  120. Tina M 123

    link to facebook.com
    I like the open space and color

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  121. Tina M 124
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  122. maria cantu 125

    I liked the one with the half circle counter design. The half circle just got me.

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  123. Shannon 126

    I loved the last one! Not too modern and I love the stone wall! Love that the center island is functional AND has seating.

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  124. Shannon 127
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  125. Jacob LaFountaine 128

    I voted for the one with all wood and black countertops. Just feels comfortable

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  126. Stephanie Larison 129

    I voted for the white modern look, I love the classic homey feel to it.

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  127. sandra 130

    voted for the side by side stainless ovens because i love the look of stainless

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  128. Sarah Hirsch 131

    i voted for the third kitchen in the second row

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  129. Angela Brown 132

    I actually voted for five kitchens instead of just one as they all brought to the idea-zone something unique that stood out for me…but by far my favorite of the five is the one that had the brown ornate refrigerator with the white carved venta-hood with the five chairs sitting around the huge marble island with the dining room in the background off to the left (with brown beams in the ceiling). I have a huge family and somehow we always manage to stay in the kitchen…what better way then to stay in luxury while admiring all the appliances that made the memories perfect! Thanks for the opportunity to share.

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  130. Angela Brown 133

    Off topic, but I absolutely love your kitchen! You’ve inspired me. Hope you enjoy it!

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  131. Amy L 134

    I chose the kitchen with wood cabinets, black countertops, and huge windows with a beautiful view of the trees.

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  132. Laura peach 135

    I could not go to their web site because I suddenly sank into the furthest depths of green eyed jealousy I do believe I have ever felt ….I’m as easy to please and backwoods country as they come, I will attempt any thing when it comes to cooking but I don’t even have kitchen cabinet doors I still have curtains I do not have an electric dishwasher and never have…I was soooooooooo unbelievably thrilled when we got a fridge few years back with an ice maker so please understand my complete lack of ability to go see more of what I can not and more than likely will never have :) do you feel sorry for me yet???? Oh I do look for your wine here on the east coast (Georgia) but I have not seen it yet. Love and green eyed hugs peach!

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  133. voted for the renovated kitchen because it’s a great change
    Thanks! Janna JOhnson [email protected] [email protected] on gfc

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  134. christine roach 137

    #1 is my choise if I cant have yours which is the BEST… I love the lay out rustic yet new.Open and crisp.. A dream!!!!!!!

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  135. I voted for the first one that was all black and white. onefrugalgirl AT gmail DOT com

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  136. Tweet: link to twitter.com onefrugalgirl AT gmail DOT com

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  137. steven lewis 142

    # 14 I like the bar

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  138. Debbie B 143

    i voted for one that looked very traditional with oak cabinets – They actually all looked amazing – this one just fit with my personal preference.

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  139. Melinda 144

    I voted for the one with stone and the large exhaust fan b/c it looks european

    mjf926 at gmail dot com

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  140. Melinda 145
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  141. steph 146

    i voted for the one with the one turquoise and other white chairs, it is modern but funky!

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  142. steph 147
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  143. Rebecca Graham 148

    I voted for the white kitchens for their wide open spaces and elegant looks.

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  144. Rebecca Graham 149
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  145. Elizabeth Webster 150

    I voted for kitchen #15. Perfectly modern Tate on a vintage vibe.

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  146. mickeyfan 151

    I’m in the middle of a kitchen reno and the one I voted for has the same lights over their bar as the ones I chose. (yours is amazing!)

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  147. Debbie B 152

    i tweeted :

    link to twitter.com

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  148. Judith 153

    I voted for the white cabinets with the black counter.

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  149. Judith 154
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  150. Denise S 155

    I voted for the one with oak cabinets because I like the traditional look.

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  151. Kerry 156

    My favorite one was the one in the middle of the 11th row. I love the white cupboards and the contrasting color of the bar chairs.

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  152. Kerry 157
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  153. monica meza 158

    I voted for the one with all brown cabinets and countertops, it had a sort of “home”-y feel while still being chic! I now wish it was MY kitchen!!!

    Monica xo

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  154. Lesley M. 159

    I voted for the last kitchen because I love the look of the woodwork!

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  155. steve weber 160

    I voted for a kitchen with a curved island because I think it looks unusual but is very functional.

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  156. I voted for the one with the one turquoise and other white chairs, it is modern but funky!
    Kitchen Countertops Long Island

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  157. Georgia 162

    I voted but I sure do love your kitchen. Whow!

    gmissycat at yahoo dot com

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  158. Georgia 163

    tweeted here

    link to twitter.com

    gmissycat at yahoo dot com

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  159. Melissa 164

    I love dark wood cabinets because they feel cozy and welcoming and provides a great environment to make homemade meals and enjoy dining with loved ones. That is why I chose to vote for the kitchens with that type of style

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  160. I love the black counter tops.

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  161. Amy Tong 166

    Oh my! Your kitchen is gorgeous. I can’t wait to see the design inside those cabinet. I voted for the Kitchen Design Contest. I voted for the design because of the chic style, functionality and simplicity.

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

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  162. Amy Tong 167

    tweeted:
    link to twitter.com

    amy [at] utry [dot] it

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  163. Bonny 169

    I voted for the 7th row down and the middle one – the reason is that I love a white kitchen with a lot of space.

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  164. Bonny 170
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  165. Tamara 171

    I voted for a kitchen that has a simple white and gray color scheme. It has an interesting ornamental-looking range hood too.

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  166. Tamara 172
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  167. Tabathia B 173

    I voted for the kitchen with the island with brown wooden drawers, sink and three seats because it’s functionality for cooking with guest or kids and easy access to clean up with the sink and plenty of storage

    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

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  168. Tabathia B 174

    tweet
    link to twitter.com
    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

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  169. Amity Johnson 176

    now way to identify it but I like the light airy open kitchen with the large island…

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  170. ky2here 177

    It was difficult to narrow it down to 5. My selections were impractical (all stainless steal – no kids or pets in that house) but gorgeous.

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  171. ky2here 178
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  172. david cosgrove 179

    I voted for # 6

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  173. Betty C 180

    I was able to vote for 5 designs and since I love the look of maple and oak I chose all my designs with that look.

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  174. Betty C 181
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  175. Daniel M 182

    liked the design of the white one

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  176. Erica Best 183

    i love the one with the white chairs

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  177. Erica Best 184
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  178. sherri crawford 185

    i voted for the one that incorporated a wooden picture in the design because it seemed homey

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  179. Lisa Garner 188

    I voted for the almost all white kitchen with black countertops because it looks like a family kitchen and cozy.
    lisalmg25 at gmail dot com

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  180. Lisa Garner 189

    I Tweeted: link to twitter.com
    lisalmg25 at gmail dot com

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  181. Tanya Bartlett 190

    I voted for the one with the white cabinets and the hardwood floors.

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  182. Kendis Fishman 191

    I voted for #34. The kitchen has a large granite topped, wood center isle, with two globe lights above. Off white wood cabinets, wood floors and a stone wall archway behind the center isle. The kitchen has great functionality and ample storage.

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  183. carmen 192
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  184. carmen 193

    the fave aspect of the kitchen i voted for was the dark-wood pantry that took up an entire wall. i’m a sucker for dark wood and tons of storage :)

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  186. Mary Hall 195

    My vote was for the Art Deco-ish one. Loved the aged look of it.

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  187. Bridget Vanover 196

    This was my favorite link to pc.subzero-wolf.com Loved the design and the combination of dark wood and white on the cabinetry.

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  188. Ellie W 197

    I love #17 with all the rustic looking wood. Love the island with the stained glass cabinet doors.

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  189. Ellie W 198
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  190. thischickwins 199

    kitchen #3, because its so different from my own kitchen in a way i really like

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  191. Gianna 200

    The wolf oven is AMAZING.

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  192. Elizabeth Owens 201

    I picked the one I did because I like how sleek and dark the kitchen is

    elizzzzzabeth at yahoo dot com

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  193. tracey byram 202

    I like #23 because my family would spend lots of time in it.

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  194. Nancy 203

    I voted. I didn’t see where the entries were numbered, but I voted for one in the bottom row. Very simple and inviting.

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  195. Nancy 204
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  196. rachel travis 205

    I liked #23: )

    rachelmarietravis at gmail dot com

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  197. TIA BEVERLY 206

    very sleek and modern

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  198. Gaye M 207

    My top choice was this one: link to pc.subzero-wolf.com It’s beige and white.

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  199. I actually voted for 5 different kitchens, but my fav was the 1st one I voted for (did not see a label to be able to tell you its name) that had a huge wood beam going thru the middle of the kitchen with pendant lamps hanging from it. It was very urban homestead/farm and I loved it!

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  200. I tweeted here: link to twitter.com

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  201. mary gardner 210

    I voted for #30 because I like the industrial look and especially the stainless steel range hood

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  202. mary gardner 211
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  203. Emily 212

    I am always drawn to classical and traditional looks, nothing too modern

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  204. almanyc 213

    i voted for 11 because of the use of stained glass

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  205. Lillian 214

    One kitchen I voted for had see thru refrigerator doors, voted cuz it looked cool and techie!

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  206. susan smoaks 215

    i voted for the kitchen with the huge window because i love the natural light coming in!

    susansmoaks at gmail dot com

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  207. Amanda Sakovitz 216

    I voted for #3 because of the stainless steel and modernness.

    pokergrl8 at gmail.com

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  208. Amanda Sakovitz 217
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  209. ewhatley 218

    My top choice has lots of white, hardwood floors and a wall of windows – 3 of my faves anywhere in the house.

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  210. Sarah L 219

    I voted for ones that looked like people could really live there.
    Thanks for the contest.

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  211. Sarah L 220
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  212. Kenny F 221

    I voted for No. 7,

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  213. Thomas Murphy 222

    I voted for the 1st one, I love the white and black.
    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

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  214. Thomas Murphy 223
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  215. ashley 224

    the kitchen i voted for was warm and not as modern. I voted for the design I did because the colors and style fit my dream home perfectly! I will have that one day!
    addictedtorodeo at gmail dot com

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  216. Jason 225

    I voted for the one with golden brown colored cabinets, black counters and large windows. I like the openness of it.

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