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The clean lines, crisp white finishes and Aga range lend a Scandinavian look. “This kitchen is a little bit of a stretch for a Connecticut colonial, but the Shaker cabinets and oil-rubbed-bronze hardware are more in keeping with it,” Cavanaugh says. “Using flat or no-panel cabinet fronts with more modern hardware would have made it more European but less fitting for the home.” This way, she’s mingled the best of both worlds. Large hexagonal floor tiles help to warm the space. They are porcelain, but their Chicago Brick finish gives them more of an old-world look that contrasts with all of the crisp white.Countertops: Red Jewel, ColorQuartz; tile: Suprema Gloss Crystal White, handcrafted in Mexico; cabinets: Ultracraft Plainview in Maple, in Beach White color; hardware: Top Knobs; floor tile: Chicago State Street Esagona hex; pull-down faucet: Venuto, Brizo “The open shelves and the homeowner’s accessories also help to warm up the kitchen and soften all of the clean lines,” Cavanaugh says. Open shelves in lieu of cabinets keep an airy feeling in the kitchen; xenon undercabinet lighting gives the room a happy glow. Here you can see the new sliding pantry doors. Their fir wood is another element that adds warmth.