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1929 Farmhouse RenovationFarmhouse Kitchen, New York

Kitchen - cottage kitchen idea in New York with a farmhouse sink, gray cabinets, marble countertops, gray backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island —  Houzz
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jwhitezell wrote:Mar 5, 2014
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    Wm. H. Fry Construction Company

    Question has been answered previously as Waterworks, Easton bridge faucet, unlacquered brass.

  • dwperdue

    sorry pops up in a different chain for some reason - didn't see earlier thank you!

    could you tell me the name of the hardware?

Dawn Roy wrote:Mar 1, 2014
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    The Look Interiors
    what is the email you would like me to use?
  • Dawn Roy
    You can write to me at: dawnroy1967@gmail.com Thank you!
kjwobitts wrote:Jul 23, 2014
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  • twdodge

    That faucet is making me rethink an entire project. In a good way. Thanks.

janmann wrote:Feb 5, 2014
cj123 wrote:Apr 12, 2014
  • janmann

    Just so you know, the colors you see in a photo can be very different than the paint chip. I'm looking at Hardwick White and Old White and they are much darker than pictured.

  • flyrich5136

    Is the bottom cabinets a different color it almost looks like a gray cabinets a different color it almost looks like a Greg if so what color is that?

kate300 wrote:Apr 8, 2014
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    As an architect, I can guess without knowing for sure, that these are all custom cabinets....which is why everyone is having such a positive response to this image...it isn't the standard, rote, look that you get with pre-fab cabinets.
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    Amy Krane Color Consulting

    I believe I read about this lovely kitchen elsewhere and the colors were Old White for walls and Hardwick white for cabinets. Both Farrow & Ball.

dwperdue wrote:Apr 11, 2015
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    Wm. H. Fry Construction Company

    Since the faucet is Waterworks, so might be the farmhouse sink. You might also want to try Shaws by Rohl.

Barnlight Originals™ wrote:Dec 1, 2014
Ricci Boyer Redecor wrote:Nov 5, 2014
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    Valter and Anna fon Eynik
    Good evening, excuse me for taking a part in this question. Wanted to say, that I can to make the same table from any kind of wood, and with the same woodfinish, or another if like. also, I do different stuff rustic style. Please, check my page here on Houzz. God bless!
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                          What Houzz contributors are saying:

                          Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Respectfully Updating a 1929 FarmhouseJun 12, 2014

                          The original kitchen did not have any built-in cabinets, only freestanding furniture pieces. This inspired the farmhouse feeling they created in the kitchen, with only a bit of adornment added to the cabinet doors. The hardware is vintage unlacquered brass found at a salvage yard. The farmhouse sink, narrow glass countertop cabinet and lack of upper cabinetry also lend a period feel. The pendant lights are refurbished vintage lights. The countertops are honed Danby Imperial marble.The couple used overhead lights and recessed lights only when absolutely necessary, to stay in keeping with the period. They prefers sconces and table lamps — these are the only recessed lights you’ll see in the house.Kitchen sink, faucets: Waterworks; wall paint: Old White, cabinet and trim paint: Hardwick White, both by Farrow & Ball

                          Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to Cute, Cook-Friendly Cottage KitchensMay 6, 2014

                          Here again modernization has been successfully accomplished without any loss of important character. The look is enhanced by a farm table that appears as if it could be original to the home.

                          Laura Gaskill added this to 15 Ways to Get the English Cottage LookJan 27, 2014

                          1. Change the mood with paint. Muted, drab tones like mouse’s back, wheat and duck-egg green are ideally suited to English cottage style. Try painting your kitchen cupboards and trim to match, and paint the walls one shade lighter.2. Swap hardware for sturdy bin pulls and wooden knobs. Changing out the hardware on kitchen cupboards or a dining room built-in can make it feel like you have new cupboards. Channel an English country cottage with classic bin pulls or smooth wooden knobs.

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