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hnduncan wrote:
What color are the cabinets? - Love all the colors.
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CORRECTION: Color is Sage Saga 156-4 from Mythic Paint
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Marie Oliphant
What is the flooring tile???
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sfbanana93 wrote:
Hello - lovely mud room! Wondering what the dimensions are? - I'd love to know dimensions of the room and the width of the cubby area. Thank you!
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hallmank11

looks cut in


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Hi all,

Sorry for the late responses.

We used a scriber to get those cuts to match the stone wall.

The width of this space is about 66". Works perfect but your space will be different.

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Jeff Young wrote:
How do you build the wide bench? - Not sure how to build a wide bench
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youngquist
What paint color is this on cabinets?
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amandaharbin
What is the paint color of the built-ins?
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love2shop wrote:
Paint color on built in - Can you tell me what the name of the paint color that was used on built in is? Thank you.
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9322crew
what is the paint color on the built in?
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jhan haynes
looks like restoration hardware slate
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garrism1 wrote:
How in the world did they trim the wood to Mach the uneven (beautiful) - How in the world did they trim the wood to Mach the uneven (beautiful) stone wall? And what is the stone?
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Glad you noticed! The installers did a beautiful job scribing. These are details you don't see too often anymore but the clients are those who appreciate them greatly. The stone on the wall is original, possibly limestone. The concrete tile on the floor is Sonoma Cast Stone.
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harlee
I'm pretty sure this stone is called Wissahickon Schist.
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Sue M wrote:
Floor tiles - What type are they? Love the look!
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The tiles are Sonoma Cast Stone: http://www.sonomastone.com/
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Krista Gulliver
Wondering what the wall colour is on the wall with the door.
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Josh Voshell wrote:
Which kind of flooring is in this photo? - Looking for something with similar variation and pattern
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Hi! This is a product from Sonoma Cast Stone. http://www.sonomastone.com

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sobiat85 wrote:
Mudroom - Where can I get this from? Or Would it have to be custom made?
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This was made through our cabinet shop: Houzz.com/pro/hartandsapp. We can make something like this for you and deliver it in separate manageable parts.

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ranchbung wrote:
Love the flooring! What is it?
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This is recycled and stained concrete tiles from Sonoma Cast Stone: http://www.sonomastone.com

Amazing products..

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ejmullings wrote:
What kind of wood did you use? How did you get the bench to look so sm - I am looking for information on DIY built ins
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We made these from solid maple and plywood.
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jlowens1129 wrote:
what is the name of the paint the color - what is the name of the paint color used
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suzie172
Chelsey gray??
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daisybluff wrote:
What is the depth of the cubbies and bench (total depth)? Thank you for your help!
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About 21"
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Angela Johnson wrote:
How do I get a French bistro look
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Search "French Bistro Design". Grab your favorite elements from those photos and go from there. What are you trying to create?
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Jean Robb wrote:
What is the width of each cubby?
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sspoulin23
Bump
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mevt wrote:
What's the width of the cubby area and the length of the bench?
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Wadlington Remodeling, LLC wrote:
Is this a new addition? Or a closed in porch? - The stone wall looks like an exterior surface. Is the mudroom a new addition or did you close in an existing porch?
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rfscully wrote:
how deep is the bench on the left side of the photo?
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I LOVE the stone wall! I love everything about it!

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