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Example of a classic kitchen design in Portland with a drop-in sink, tile countertops and white appliances

My Houzz: Charming Scandinavian Details in Portland

Photo by Julie Smith © 2012 Houzz

Example of a classic kitchen design in Portland with a drop-in sink, tile countertops and white appliances —  Houzz

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monicamodhair wrote:January 22, 2012
  • susanne69
    I do wish someone would confirm the color though.
  • Christina DeChamplain

    It is Not wythe blue! I bought ththat color to get the same look and this is what I got! A flashback to the 1950's.

Lauren wrote:May 15, 2012
Is that a smaller oven above the larger oven?

- If so would you please tell me the manufacturer?! Thanks!

  • Teresa Oyler
    I was looking at those ovens. It is a GE Profile Single/Double oven. The top one is perfect size for a cookie sheet or a casserole dish. The bottom oven is bigger, but not as large as a normal size oven.
  • designuser
    Love my oven that is this style
marydieri wrote:August 14, 2012
  • bcbeaker
    I love your kitchen and want to do something very similar to mine. What is the blue color on the walls and what did you use to paint the cabinets or did they come like that. Sorry I don't know if this is the new or the old look, but I love the light blue tones, as you have on the wall, and want to do something for a backsplash - I saw some tiles in a pale blue that were glass. I do not like too many bright colors as I want a calming affect and am trying to do my whole condo kind of a shabby chic..not too too shabby. The condo is very dark so I want to brighten it up but do not want to have any bright colors. My favorite colors are the white of course, as well as a pale blue and pale yellow. I have purchased a few pieces of older furniture that have been painted white and just slightly distressed on all of the corners. It is just what I want for the rest of our condo, but it is a slow project as we are retired and do not have a lot of money to put into it. The cabinets in the kitchen are dark wood and what makes it difficult is that they have an aluminum square bar across the bottom of the cabinets, so if removed the bar, the cabinets would be too short and there would be a gap of an inch or two along the bottom of each cabinet and also across the top of each drawer. Guess they are to be used as drawer pulls. I will send some pictures to see what can be done to achieve the effect you have in your kitchen. I'm hoping I can do something to the cabinets without having to buy all new doors because they are over $100 each to get new and then I would have to still refinish them or pay someone to do it. Your kitchen has inspired me, as I cannot think up these ideas on my own, but if I see something I like, then I can know ahead of time what it would look like. Thanks for your inspiration!
  • marydieri
    I will add pictures this weekend. Thanks for brainstorming.
rebmac wrote:September 26, 2012
    ginamacc1 wrote:October 13, 2012
    • Donna Giblin
      I just purchased the same ones on Amazon. I love them, they changed the whole look of my kitchen
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      Cliffside Industries
      You can also find similar hardware from Cliffside Industries: items K341-FB and SP-3-FB. Each is available in 10 finishes if you prefer a different color. See below for examples.
    aecosta wrote:October 19, 2012
    • Jennifer Gretchen
      I'd also love to know the cabinet color.
    mccoykaylar wrote:November 26, 2012
    Can you tell me the color you painted the cabinets? Thank you!

    • bbarton
      I like the wall paint color - can you tell me what it is?
    • Abbott
      I would like to know the paint color of the cabinets please...thank you!
    Rob Lewis wrote:January 6, 2013
    • lincoln5
      where did floors come from and what is the color?
    Jill McAuley wrote:March 15, 2013
    Where is the light from

      tensok2 wrote:April 14, 2013
      • kocism
        Krogers sells them, or check Anchor Hocking on Amazon
      • Suzy Heller
        I bought mine at Target.
      1175claystrail wrote:August 12, 2013
      What is the color of the walls? Is the floor wood or laminate?

      • Jackie Hemson
        I would pick Gray myself but not too sure how big your kitchen is could you send me some more pics and let me know if you are taken this color to the other room I see in Pic. As I need to see more to get this right.
      • tiesun2
        The wall color looks like Restoration Hardware "silver sage".
      jbob wrote:September 3, 2013
      • J. Villa
        Maybe "Empire State"?
      • Colleen Kelly

        Hi there! Would you mind telling me where the cabinet pulls are are from?

      erinrichmond wrote:March 21, 2014
      • neitz
        I am in a similar dilemma. Should I reuse the existing ones and find a builder who can match the one cabinet wall I need to add, or scrap it all and get new Home Depot cabinets.
        These look beautiful. Are they restored originals?
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            hi103 wrote:December 19, 2016
            Wall paint color is perfect. Do you know color?

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