1920's Historic KitchenFarmhouse Kitchen, Seattle

Classic 1920's style kitchen designed in a new 200 sf addition to original historic home. Northlight Photography.

Kitchen - country kitchen idea in Seattle with a farmhouse sink, wood countertops, white cabinets, white appliances and shaker cabinets —  Houzz
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Ralph Regehr wrote:Feb 24, 2013
  • springrosies
    Yes that's what I meant, cabinet company. Could you tell me kind of range hood was installed?
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    Sorry I no longer have any project notes on that maybe try Vent a hood
lindsays29 wrote:Oct 5, 2012
  • callights
    I love those light fixtures. Are they salvage?
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    yes and no - actually its a mix of salvage and lights from rejuvenation lighting.
Nicole Haydt_Miller wrote:Apr 30, 2014
queenvictoriarose wrote:Feb 5, 2013
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    The cabinets where made by a custom shop and the color is from Sherwin William's "Preservation Palette" I recall it being "Roycroft Vellum" . Thank you Queenvictoriarose!
  • queenvictoriarose
    Thank-you very much for your reply.
alisareino wrote:Dec 9, 2017
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    I believe it was American Standard, but Rohl makes some nice ones too!

stagleap wrote:Mar 29, 2017
petal232 wrote:Apr 5, 2014
Gina Spengel wrote:Oct 25, 2013
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    The homeowner supplied them sorry I don't know! Rejuvenation perhaps?.....best of luck!
cmkitchen1231 wrote:Jun 5, 2013
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    It was a great "find" a salvaged antique sink - but American Standard has a nice one like it, good luck!
naturalmom5 wrote:Feb 20, 2013
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    The floor is indeed linoleum - the brand is Marmoleum it was done in "sheet goods" not tile btw but I dont recall the color and dont have it on file. Its an awesome product!
Kel wrote:Feb 10, 2013
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    I'm not sure if you really mean the actual bread board or the counters because they are wood too. The breadboard I'd say is pretty durable. The counters are oiled periodically and the homeowner just cuts on a cutting board so that helps keep the counters pretty maintainance free for wood counters plus they dont mind a little signs of wear and tear.
queenvictoriarose wrote:Feb 5, 2013
amakepeace wrote:Feb 4, 2013
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    The counters are made from a wood called "Lyptus". I have seen them years after install and they still look terrific. They require occasonal oiling that is all.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Laura Gaskill added this to A Dozen Ways to Bring Vintage Charm to Your KitchenJul 3, 2015

2. Period lighting and details. It’s easier than ever to find period-accurate lighting and hardware (try Rejuvenation or search the Houzz Shop for starters), and these details can make a big difference in the look and feel of your kitchen. If you know the year your home was built, track down lighting and cabinet pulls in the style that would have been used at that time (1920s or 1930s, for instance) for a vintage makeover.3. Refurbished vintage range. Some cooks swear by the heft and power of vintage stoves — and with companies refurbishing them to work in modern kitchens, you can have a vintage range that doesn’t just look the part but works well too.

Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to Take a Tour of Popular Colors Through the DecadesJan 22, 2013

Even the simple kitchen took on the aesthetic of the laboratory. White walls, white cabinets and white appliances all contributed to an aesthetic that spoke to a clean, healthy and disease-free environment.

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Fantastic Handyman added this to Great Kitchen Design Idea in Lethbridge LondonJun 12, 2019

I love that style, definitely a quality kitchen refurbishment.

Eve Czubatyj added this to My ideasJun 6, 2019

Molding and shelf under cabinets

Cathrine Frank added this to kitchensJun 1, 2019

Don't like the skirt under the sink. Butcher block is good.

evelynjfair added this to Victorian kitchen remodelMay 7, 2019

pendant and schoolhouse light mix

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