Fish Camp Beach Cottage beach-style-kitchen
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Fish Camp Beach Cottage

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soonheebuchholz wrote:
ceilings - what is the ceiling height?
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Believe it or not, they were purchased at Walmart several years ago!
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dollar06 wrote:
Can you tell me the color of the trim over the stairs?
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Shelby Owczarzak
What kind of floor? Color and where do I get?
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These are reclaimed antique heart pine floors from www.vintagelumbersales. They range from 12" - 14" in width and were palm sanded, treated with a lime wash and waxed. This home was recently featured as a Houzz Tour, more information can be found here:

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andrenak wrote:
Trim Color - Please, what color is the trim? Tks!
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It's Homestead Green - This home was just featured on Houzz as a Houzz Tour. All of the colors are listed in the article which is currently accessible by clicking the hyperlink below.

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Tricia Jones
Love the color of the trim and the ceiling combo
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sitok wrote:
Please, what are the dimensions of this table and bench? - I am working on a strikingly similar layout (narrow room) and am thrilled to find this picture! Thank you in advance.
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I wish I could help, but I don't have the dimensions since it was a furnishing provided by the homeowner and not part of the architectural drawings.
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Andrea Weaver
I just love this rug by the island. Do you know where the owner got it?
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Allison Rattay wrote:
cabinets - Can you please tell me what color the cabinets are? Thank you!
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Allison, the cabinets were painted Homestead Green (AC-19) by Benjamin Moore. The island was a color called Heritage Red, also BM.
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Chantale Daudelin
talented team such good taste
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Jenn wrote:
great floors!!! - what are they and were they whitewashed or pickled in any way?
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They are pine and were whitewashed, so to speak. They were installed and finished by the homeowner/architect, involving paint, limewash and a sander! Unfortunately, exact instructions don't exist as it was done on site and very much a trial and error process.

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Carl Swanson wrote:
Where are the lights from?
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They are custom lighting commissioned for the home and handcrafted by an artisan in Georgia.

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Katy Richard wrote:
Color confusion. - You tagged trim as Homestead Green and answered a question as Harrisburg Green. Also you have cabinets tagged Homestead Green, which is clearly different from trim color. Would you please clarify? Thanks, I want to use this trim color for my fishing camp.
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Sorry for the confusion. The information below is taken directly from our files on the project.

Living/Dining/Kitchen

Trim: Harrisburg
Green (HC-132)

Ceiling: Palladian Blue (HC-144)

Cabinets, Outside: Homestead
Green (AC-19)

Cabinets, Inside: Navajo White

Island & Plate Rack: Heritage Red is the color; get it formulated for
“interior” use, not exterior; coat with black brie
wax or black Minwax and knock it back

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sharon_stanley77 wrote:
where did u get kitchen table
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The table was constructed by the home owner.

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sharon_stanley77 wrote:
where did u get kitchen table
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The table was constructed by the home owner.

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clarahardin wrote:
What brand is the gas range and extractor
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We believe they were both Viking.

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cathydercks wrote:
What are the floor details? - Manufacturer, etc
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Cathy, these are vintage, reclaimed boards. You'll find all the information on how they were finished to achieve this look in this Houzz Tour:
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Lessons in Florida Cracker Style From a Vacation Home
Lack of drywall. All of the materials inside give the house a rustic look that makes it feel a hundred years old. Boards butted up to one another completely cover the walls and ceilings. The painters applied Heritage Red by Benjamin Moore to the island, then coated it with black Minwax to dull the color. Vintage oars punctuate the beams throughout the space.Cabinet paint: Homestead Green; ceiling paint: Palladian Blue, both by Benjamin Moore
Kathryn Peltier Design added this to Great Solutions for Low Kitchen Windowsills
Although this is a new house built to look vintage, this kitchen illustrates another possible answer to many historical kitchen spaces. If you place a large island away from the walls and utilize the interior wall for storage, the range can take center stage between the windows (which will also make venting simple). Not to be ignored, the large windows have been pressed into duty as plate storage.See more kitchen layout ideas
Becky Harris added this to What to Know About Using Reclaimed Wood in the Kitchen
It comes in boards much wider than those of most new lumber. The designers at Historical Concepts used boards made of reclaimed heart pine in this Florida vacation home. They range from 12 to 14 inches wide. They bought these boards from Willis Everett of Vintage Lumber Sales. Everett also taught the designers the trick of mining the attics of old homes for wide vintage floorboards.See the rest of this home
Bryan Anthony added this to Plate Racks: Not Just for Grandma’s House Anymore
Alternative Styles and Locations for Plate Racks12. In front of windows. The designers of this beach-style Miami kitchen ran out of wall space to add a plate rack so they installed two custom plate racks in front of the kitchen windows. Since the racks have no backing, they don’t completely block the views or sunlight.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

susanlatia added this to Guest Casa
Like this paint colour for the furniture.
Christiane de Villiers added this to Kitchen
In front of windows: if your kitchen ran out of wall space to add a plate rack why not install custom plate racks in front of the kitchen windows. Since the racks have no backing, they don’t completely block the views or sunlight.
Bridget Burns added this to The Studio
Interesting colour scheme, nice blue
TJ Rick added this to trickclark's ideas
plate racks in front of windows
Caroline Massey added this to Kitchen
I like how many diffrent colors are in this room 9/27

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