H&A Favorite Kitchens
Innis Arden remodel - walnut cabs, upper glass cabs, pantry, contrast btwn cabs & floors
White riff sawn oak w/ stain & lighter floors. Like open shelving & refrigerator.
White lacquer cabs
Upper cabinets & cabinet top/cap. Note; cabs are doug fir w/ white oak floors
Sapele wood cabinets
Fir cabs (note: don't care for light bamboo floors). Note the horizontal grain on wall cabs & vertical grain on island)
Fir lower cabinets (love the whole house)
Doug fir cabs. Loke the glass uppers. Like the opacity on the uppers.
Color palette, back splash, windows, cabinet pulls. Really like the painted cabinets. Per designer: "cabinet colour is Benjamin Moore 2137-40. There is no glaze applied, just a colour matched lacquer (25 degree sheen)"
Gray cabs? Stained white rift-sawn oak (Pogenpohl?)
note frameless doors and windows and construction technique in notes. color palette.
Note the door and window trim in this home. Note the fir door.
pantry in kitchen w/ translucent wall to allow light into kitchen and block neighbor's view directly into house...
Combo of white and walnut cabs. Note the walnut faces out to the living areas. Consider combo of fir and white - w/ fir on w. side of peninsula...
Cherry cabinets with oak floors...??
back splash. Contrast of cabs & floors.
Backsplash. White and gray cabs.
Back splash. White cabs.
Painted peninsula w/ white cabinets
Celedon green peninsula; silestone countertops in Kensho
Note the oak floors. Rift-sawn oak cabs in gray & dark brown.
Wood interior finish in open cabs
custom cabinets are finished in white oak and Formica’s ColorCore laminate, which the designer considers a more durable alternative to lacquer.
cabinets go all the way to ceiling
island eating area & "legs"
Island. Cabs = vertical grain fir.
Check out Aura cabinets in Portland. Vertical grain fir - not sure if they made the cab but they made the screen separating dining and entry.
note the white & wood upper cabs & stainless back splash
Colorful accent cabs
Love it! Warm gray painted cabs. Paint is matte lacquer. Opens half on island. Stainless island & white countertop combo. Warm wood detail. Gray paint is "down pipe" by Ball & Farrow
I like the tile & rift-sawn white oak (custom). Notice contrast between darker (but not "dark") oak floors & light cabs. How would it look in reverse? Kitchen counters: Blanco Maple, Silestone; backsplash: Modern Dimensions tile in Arctic White, Dal Tile; white cabinets: custom, oak with horizontal grain;
pecan cabinets, colors