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1890 Cottage Style KitchenTraditional , Cincinnati

This Cottage style kitchen was designed for a clapboard-sided, 1890’s Kentucky cottage and is located in a small town near Lexington, Kentucky. The owners completely restored the house and wanted a kitchen that was clean and simple, with a period feel to blend with the house.

For this style kitchen, they chose cabinets with simple, flat panel doors, flush drawers, curved Shaker feet, and Shaker 45 degree crown molding. The sink cabinet has 1890’s-style beaded panel doors, ball feet, and contains a Kohler sink.

The finish is brushed linen white on the main cabinets and brushed moss green on the island. The counter tops are ¾’’ and 1¼’’ curly maple with brown stain and a mineral oil finish. The hardware is blackened Shaker wooden knobs.

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    The cabinets were made by my company, The Workshops of David T. Smith. I call this my cottage style. Flat simple panels and 3'' beadboard paneled doors. We also used curly maple counter tops. A mixture of bun feet and Shaker curved feet. The island is painted my Moss Museum paint to look like a "Found" piece. It was in a 1890 house in Midway Kentucky.
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lfrederick
Lisa Frederick added this to 8 Elements of a Cottage KitchenMar 1, 2012

5. Furniture-style cabinet details. Years ago, before cabinets as we know them came into vogue, freestanding armoires, pie safes and presses were the rule. Evoke that time period by adding furniture features to built-ins. Tuck bun feet beneath lower cabinets and corbels beneath upper ones, or paint a built-in hutch a contrasting color to give the illusion that it isn't fixed.

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thos1956
thos1956 added this to thos1956's ideasApr 3, 2019

5. Furniture-style cabinet details. Years ago, before cabinets as we know them came into vogue, freestanding armoires, pie safes and presses were the rule. Evoke that time period by adding furniture features to built-ins. Tuck bun feet beneath lower cabinets and corbels beneath upper ones, or paint a built-in hutch a contrasting color to give the illusion that it isn't fixed.

emerson_nadelman
Emerson Nadelman added this to Cottage StyleFeb 15, 2019

worn look on cabinets pale colors cozy feel

wendyperks
wendyperks added this to kitchenJan 23, 2019

Tuck bun feet beneath lower cabinets and corbels beneath upper ones, or paint a built-in hutch a contrasting color to give the illusion that it isn't fixed.

marcymchugh
marcymchugh added this to KitchenJan 11, 2019

island. convert nanas drawers up top pots n pans on bottom

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