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1920's Historic Kitchen

Classic 1920's style kitchen designed in a new 200 sf addition to original historic home. Northlight Photography.
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Kitchen - farmhouse kitchen idea in Seattle with a farmhouse sink, wood countertops, white cabinets, white appliances and shaker cabinets — Houzz

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Ralph Regehr wrote:
Stove - What make of stove is this? It is very cool looking.
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springrosies
Yes that's what I meant, cabinet company. Could you tell me kind of range hood was installed?
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Sadro Design Studio Inc.
Sorry I no longer have any project notes on that maybe try Vent a hood
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lindsays29 wrote:
Counters - Lovely wood! What type is it? Is it stained and sealed?
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callights
I love those light fixtures. Are they salvage?
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Sadro Design Studio Inc.
yes and no - actually its a mix of salvage and lights from rejuvenation lighting.
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Nicole Haydt_Miller wrote:
Lights - I love the lights! Are they original or can they be purchased?
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Ashley

Found some similar ones here with a down rod instead of chain: http://lightingconnection.com/products/loft-drum-pendant-white?variant=11813791687


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queenvictoriarose wrote:
What brand & color are the cabinets? They are such a lovely shade of creamy white. Thank-you
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Sadro Design Studio Inc.
The cabinets where made by a custom shop and the color is from Sherwin William's "Preservation Palette" I recall it being "Roycroft Vellum" . Thank you Queenvictoriarose!
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queenvictoriarose
Thank-you very much for your reply.
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alisareino wrote:
I’d love to know the brand -maker of this kitchen faucet - Kitchen wall mount faucet- brand
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Sadro Design Studio Inc.

I believe it was American Standard, but Rohl makes some nice ones too!

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stagleap wrote:
How high are the ceilings in this kitchen?
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Sadro Design Studio Inc.

They are at least nine feet possibly slightly more than that.

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petal232 wrote:
Scalloped Shelves - What material was used to scallop the shelves?
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Sadro Design Studio Inc.
it was wood, painted.
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Gina Spengel wrote:
Hardware - I'd love to know where your offset drawer pulls are from? They look great!
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Sadro Design Studio Inc.
The homeowner supplied them sorry I don't know! Rejuvenation perhaps?.....best of luck!
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cmkitchen1231 wrote:
Where did you get the sink? - We are looking to redo our kitchen and are looking for this type of sink
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Sadro Design Studio Inc.
It was a great "find" a salvaged antique sink - but American Standard has a nice one like it, good luck!
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naturalmom5 wrote:
Is the floor linoleum? - Hi, is the floor linoleum? If so, what brand and color? Thanks!
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The floor is indeed linoleum - the brand is Marmoleum it was done in "sheet goods" not tile btw but I dont recall the color and dont have it on file. Its an awesome product!
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Kel wrote:
Love the breadboard. How careful do you have to be with water, grease??
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I'm not sure if you really mean the actual bread board or the counters because they are wood too. The breadboard I'd say is pretty durable. The counters are oiled periodically and the homeowner just cuts on a cutting board so that helps keep the counters pretty maintainance free for wood counters plus they dont mind a little signs of wear and tear.
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queenvictoriarose wrote:
what brand & color of the yellow wall above the sink? It looks so sunny.
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I am sorry I dont have that on file! Thanks for the comment :)
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amakepeace wrote:
what material are the wood counters made from? - do they last?
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The counters are made from a wood called "Lyptus". I have seen them years after install and they still look terrific. They require occasonal oiling that is all.
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