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Example of a classic kitchen design in Philadelphia with yellow cabinets and soapstone countertops

wayne, pa

Light yellow enamel with glaze with soapstone counters. Collaboration with Archer and Buchanan Architects.

Example of a classic kitchen design in Philadelphia with yellow cabinets and soapstone countertops —  Houzz

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kbanewhouse wrote:August 13, 2011
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    Bluebell Kitchens
    Thank you for the kind words, these pendants were provided by the client
jengi wrote:August 30, 2011
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    Thank you, the flooring is a stained cherry wood
karynwithay wrote:September 21, 2011
  • 0fifi
    where can we buy the lamps over the island?
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    Thank you for the kind words, the client provided the pendants.
kdona wrote:February 21, 2012
  • tonyafoulkrod
    I can't find anything on this website that tells me about these pendants. Can you please send me any info on these pendants? tonya.foulkrod@gmail.com
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    These pendants were provided by the client
Debbie Peart wrote:May 11, 2012
What kind of edge is on the countertops? It's lovely!

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    Bluebell Kitchens
    This is called a Franklin edge. It's intentionally worn and the tops are from Bucks County Soapstone in Pa.
kerich67 wrote:July 7, 2012
What is the color/name of the cabinets and the maker? Thank you.

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    The cabinetry is finished in a butter cream enamel with glaze. It is a beaded inset with raised panel door.
Purple Passion Designs wrote:December 18, 2012
How has it been to maintain the soapstone?

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    Granite Grannies
    Soapstone is very easy to keep up. You can wax or oil it once a year if you want a shine like in this kitchen or you can leave it natural. It's possible to scratch or nick it, but it's very easy to sand those blemishes out or, again, some prefer to let a patina develop over time.
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    Bluebell Kitchens
    Soapstone is very easy to maintain. The only maintenance required is the application of mineral oil to enhance the natural darkening process the stone goes through.
Leeeeee B wrote:December 30, 2012
  • kawsmartt
    This is a gorgeous top!
  • Julie Musante
    This looks very much like soapstone from Bucks County Soapstone in Perkasie Pa.
Nita Dies wrote:June 24, 2013
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  • bagirl

    Where did you get the lighting over the island? I need details please. Because as soon as you post, I'm ordering 2. Is the ceiling painted white? It almost looks like the cabinetry color. And for the record I love your entire kitchen!

crp1234 wrote:August 13, 2013
Leo Bond wrote:August 22, 2013
cmorda1 wrote:October 11, 2013
Beautiful kitchen!! Do you know the approximate dimensions?

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    Do you know the Height of the ceiling as well?
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    The ceiling height is about 95".

dona1234 wrote:December 7, 2013
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    The cabinets are a butter cream enamel with a glaze
Carol Skillington wrote:January 4, 2014
what is the flooring?

  • nessasays
    Love this kitchen to infinity.
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    Bluebell Kitchens

    Thank you all for your kind words! The corbels in this kitchen are custom. However, I would recommend looking on Osborne Wood Products or Hafele.

veronicalogan wrote:May 31, 2014
What is the backslash?

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    The backslash is made up of handmade ceramic tiles by Trikeenan.
Olivia Hatcher-Sheridan Solomon & Associates wrote:June 25, 2014
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    Both faucets are made by Kohler. The island faucet is the K691 model and the main faucet is the K690.
heapet wrote:April 30, 2015
What color are the walls? Such a pretty kitchen!

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    Thank you! The wall color is the Benajmin Moore OC-120.

jen ukutegbe wrote:March 23, 2016
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    Bluebell Kitchens

    thank you for your question! Typical soapstone slabs are 5'x9' give or take. But, usually due to the material, when two slabs are put together the seam wont be noticeable.


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