August featured Story – Walnut Street Project by Duncan Avenue

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August featured Story – Walnut Street Project by Duncan Avenue

WORTH ITS OWN COOKING TV SHOW

A kitchen is the heart of any home and this particular kitchen is 16 ft. long and is the perfect playground for a seasoned cook or aspiring cooking TV show host. It’s not just the size of the kitchen, but also the amazing contemporary features that are also spectacular.

CONCRETE COUNTER TOPS

Concrete Counter tops have gained a lot of attention recently. They are very flexible in design and implementation. It would not be possible to create seamless 16 ft. long counter top with other materials, like granite or other stones, just because a slab of this size would not be possible to transport or install safely. Concrete Counter tops are durable, cost efficient and much better for the environment, taking in account amount of energy required for production.

STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES

Energy Star Stainless Steel Appliances are an important accord in an overall symphony of this amazing and very functional kitchen. They are positioned in the most efficient way to ensure an easy cooking process. We tried something different this time and went with an electric cooking range. Hudson Valley region energy providers now offer an option to switch to 100% renewable electricity from wind and solar, so the electric stove makes a lot of sense.

ABUNDANCE OF LIGHT

We know how important lighting is anywhere in the house and especially in your kitchen, this is why we strategically positioned an extra window with amazing mountain views directly in front of the sink and energy efficient flood lights every 1.5 ft. above entire counter top space. With this amount of lighting, you are equipped to have a professional level of color and presentation control of your culinary masterpieces.

Duncan Avenue’s Walnut Street (New Windsor) Project featured in Hudson Valley Style Magazine
Duncan Avenue’s Walnut Street (New Windsor) Project featured in Hudson Valley Style Magazine

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