1901 Kitchen RemodelTraditional Kitchen, Portland

Example of a classic kitchen design in Portland with stainless steel appliances, a farmhouse sink, recessed-panel cabinets, green cabinets, quartz countertops and white backsplash —  Houzz
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Emily B wrote:Dec 17, 2012
happy01 wrote:Jan 3, 2013
  • Alex511

    It's good to know that I was darn savvy back in 2013. ;-)

  • Alex511

    Well, that is your opinion. Have a wonderful day.

charon70 wrote:Jan 17, 2013
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    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
    Thanks so much @wanttodecorate these cabinets were built for the project and then painted by the painter onsite. You can find paint colors tagged on the photos of this project.
40triplets wrote:Jan 30, 2013
  • ehoekz
    What paint color did you use on the cabinetry? Its a great shade of mint. Very on trend! Thanks.
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    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
    Van Alen Green HC-120 by Benjamin Moore
cozymel29 wrote:Oct 20, 2014
lindape wrote:Jun 15, 2013
  • terrytharris
    Hi, do you have info on the window manufacturer/model? Thank you!
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    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
    This is a 1901 Home in Portland, OR, some restoration was done on the windows but these are the original sashes.
Shahzad carpet wrote:Feb 15, 2013
jmad1172 wrote:Nov 16, 2011
New Life Restorations and Properties wrote:Jul 5, 2018
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    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.

    Ginny, thanks so much for your comments and questions. Sorry there wasn't more information on the project. We used Swiss Coffee OC-45 | Benjamin Moore for the ceilings throughout the project as well as the trim in the kitchen. We used a semi-gloss on the ceiling tins and trim and a pearl finish on the ceilings. Best of luck on your projects.

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    New Life Restorations and Properties

    Thank you so much. Swiss Coffee is my go to white!

D. L wrote:Apr 17, 2014
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    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
    So glad you love the home. It's a beauty. These are single hung windows, the lower half does open. This is not what was in the home before our restoration/remodel. We took the suggestion of design from other parts of the home and had these custom made locally. I've attached a before pic of the space.
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    Cocoweb
    Love it too.
qtazza wrote:Oct 30, 2013
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    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
    This was a small kitchen and we tried to take advantage of all the spaces, the home owner didn't want a large deep drawer.
  • qtazza
    I love this kitchen….Thank you for the reply.
anneengel wrote:Oct 13, 2013
odienoreo wrote:Oct 27, 2012
cariecassar wrote:Nov 9, 2011
  • vermeer_day
    There are manufacturers who will custom make leaded glass, like Masterpiece Leaded Windows, Barragan Glass Works, and Glass By Design, just to name a few:
    www.mpglass.com/manufacturing-plant.htm
    www.glass-by-design.com
    http://www.barraganglassworks.com
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    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
    We always suggest you start with an organization in your regional area that supports those who are restoring homes...there you will find the craftsman that can create the custom leaded glass windows that will fit your home.
stillamistry wrote:Sep 11, 2011
meganbooher13 wrote:May 9, 2018
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    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.

    We took inspiration from the transom windows in the living room of this home. The contractor used a local shop to make these windows for the project. Best of luck with your project.

Tiffany Petty wrote:May 30, 2014
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    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
    Tiffany, thanks first off for being so considerate and thanking us for our participation on houzz, we try our best to answer questions and tag items. I believe these were from amerock hardware. Good luck with the remodel.
anneengel wrote:Oct 13, 2013
13anchordr wrote:Jul 6, 2013
Leslie Granger wrote:Jan 26, 2013
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    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
    We used a bosch dishwasher with concealed controls that allowed for the cabinet door overlay. All the cabinet hardware and appliance hardware was specified separately.
pageseye wrote:Dec 27, 2012
Tanya Palella wrote:Sep 30, 2012
sabng wrote:Apr 15, 2012
Randy Cruse wrote:Feb 15, 2012
stillamistry wrote:Oct 19, 2011
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    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
    Thanks so much for your comments, the space is so beautiful in person. To the right of the sink is a Viking microwave drawer...easy to use and nice to tuck under the countertop.
cynd wrote:Mar 27, 2011

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Bonnie McCarthy added this to Tackle Big Messes Better With a Sparkling-Clean DishwasherSep 3, 2015

Finding the filter. For most dishwashers, removing the filter requires little more than turning it counterclockwise and gently pulling it out. However, since there are a variety of models, your best bet is to locate the owner’s manual either in print or online. If your owner’s manual has gone missing (no judging!) or you never had one in the first place, you can access the information by calling an appliance store for guidance or searching the brand and model online using the keywords owner’s manual. Once you know where to look and what to do, most manufacturers say emptying and cleaning the filter is a simple task that should take only a few minutes to complete. Be sure to remove the Pac-Man-shaped screen inside the filter and rinse it under a faucet. Then put the filter back in properly. If it’s not locked into place, food can get through and clog the spray arms.Ottusch recommends checking the screen once a month if you tend to leave a little food on dishes. If you pre-rinse, check the screen every three months. “If you see that with normal habits your dishes are not coming out clean, they have food soils on them or feel gritty, then it’s time to check the filter,” she says. Yahnke recommends cleaning every week if you use your appliance daily. “The more you keep it clean and free of debris, the longer it’s going to last,” he says. “If you let it get scummed up with dirt, it’s going to break down.”

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Natalie Myers added this to Crazy for Color? Your Kitchen Cabinets Want InJan 7, 2013

With Emerald as Pantone's Color of the Year, all shades of green are in the spotlight. A lighter pastel version of the rich hue looks refreshing as a kitchen cabinet color.

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Buckminster Green LLC added this to Contractor Tips: 10 Ways to Get the Remodel You Want for LessNov 29, 2012

3. Use eBay and Craigslist. I know, I know — I told you not to buy your own materials. But certain deals are hard to pass up. If you can get the farmhouse sink you want for half price because someone else has to unload it, go for it. Just get it before the cabinet design is finalized and have it onsite before you plan around it.

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Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to Kitchen Remodel Costs: 3 Budgets, 3 KitchensApr 15, 2012

7. Furniture style. From the tablelike island to the feet on the sink base, these details let you know that the cabinetry doesn't have to look like cabinetry. Of course, we still want all of the accessories that make the cabinetry efficient, but that's on the inside. So let's make the exterior appropriate to the style and age of the surrounding house.8. Built-in appliances that hide behind wood doors. Custom wood panels that match the cabinetry conceal the bigger appliances.

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Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors added this to 7 Steps to a Fat-Free KitchenNov 18, 2010

The same is true for green, a top choice for kitchens. Green symbolizes life, vitality, and longevity and encourages an active and healthy lifestyle.

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rnhone added this to Outside KitchenOct 6, 2019

If nothing else, take out the cabinets and paint pretty with pretty windows.

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