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It looks like antique moca granite
stove, counter top (Granite deLicatus, Bianco Antico, antique moca granite )and kitchen layout
antique mica, bianco antico, or madura (madurai) gold
antique mocha granite? bianco antico?
Antique mocha...Antique mocca
Gabriel Builders Inc.
ooh! try ... they have a great supply of antique wood for things like this
mixture of antique white and dark wood
Antiqued and stained
My Houzz: Laurie Rabe
The antique stove... is the area behind the top two doors a warmer?
Never seen a stove like this. Love this antique.
unusual antique and lots of color.
antiquity of the stove
The antique stove is gorgeous!!
Great antique stove...Antique stove
Hi Scooper25 - The granite is the same throughout (Golden Typhoon). The cabinets don't have any additional stain on them, just the Antique White paint. You can find more details on this project (and many more) in the Portfolio section of our web site. Here's a link to the page for this project: ...
The perimeter cabinets have a painted finish called 'Antique White" on maple and the island has an "ebony" stain on oak. The cabinets are Brookhaven by Wood-Mode.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room: Robert Schwartz and Karen Williams for St Charles
The antique pot rack is from Ann-Morris Antiques.
This pot rack is a newly manufactured product by Ann-Morris, Inc. It is NOT antique. It is made in the USA by experienced craftsmen. This pot rack is custom made according to your kitchen space or kitchen island specifications.
Antique pot rack in contemporary setting. Red Island.
Piece of antique furniture securing the kitchen dining area
beautiful antique wood and modern combination
Nice antique armoire for focal point and storage
Meuble antique...Antique cabinet
Thom Filicia Inc.
that it will be a hard piece to find though, because that is a combination you RARELY see in antiques, especially as wide and big as I would need it to be on that side. For the living room, some of the antiques I have been seeing that were made specifically for the "kitchen space" would work great. The
higher at auction because the era that I like my antiques from was an era when very few homes could afford to have an actual kitchen, much less a nice piece of quality kitchen/dining room hutches. * P.S. Lenny- this would also enable us to use the antique without ruining it by custom fitting the recessed
If I can find the right piece, the idea of recessing one of the sides custom fit around a beautiful antique would be worth looking into. For the formal dining side, it will need to be a large piece of furniture that has good-sized drawers on the bottom and