A place to cookFarmhouse Kitchen, Devon

A beautiful kitchen by Neptune from Distinctly Living, Dartmouth. House extension in Green Oak by Carpenter Oak. Colin Cadle Photography, Photo Styling Jan Cadle

Eat-in kitchen - large farmhouse u-shaped light wood floor eat-in kitchen idea in Devon with beaded inset cabinets, granite countertops and an island —  Houzz
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g b wrote:Jan 22, 2016
  • g b

    what about the ones to the left near the clock?

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    Colin Cadle Photography

    Standard track with LED spots - again these are widely available from many suppliers.

aezbianski wrote:Nov 8, 2014
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    Colin Cadle Photography
    Hi, these industrial style, pendant lights were supplied by the client so I cannot help you but I am sure you will be able to source similar lights on line.
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Elise Tropiano wrote:Jul 14, 2015
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    Colin Cadle Photography

    Sorry, I was the photo stylist working with the photographer. The kitchen was designed and installed by Distintly Living in Dartmouth, Devon. Good luck.

Ryan Walter wrote:Jun 1, 2015
Deanna Franco wrote:Feb 25, 2015
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    Colin Cadle Photography
    Hi, I was the photo-stylist for this kitchen-photo shoot, the floor is Oak and was a bespoke floor from Carpenter Oak the company who designed and built the Kitchen extension for this Riverside Home in Dartmouth Devon. A good local Carpenter or wooden floor specialist should be able to help you get what you want. Don't forget though that colours as seen on a computer screen or in a magazine will look different in real life and in daylight and artificial light - all artificial lights operate at different colour temperatures so to be sure to get what you want take a sample and place it on the floor in the room. Natural wood will also either bleach or darken with age and the effects of sunlight.Good Luck.
houses13 wrote:Feb 22, 2015
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    Colin Cadle Photography
    Hi, I was the photo stylist for this kitchen shoot and the kitchen is made by Neptune (check out their website )http
    ://www.neptune.com/accessories/paint - at this link you will find all the paint colours they do. However, please be aware that when trying to match colours to things you have seen in magazines and on the internet the colour of the actual paint will differ according to number of coats of paint applied to the wall and if undercoat was used. Other colours in the room will reflect in a pale colour and the light conditions in the room will also affect the tone. Colours can change again when printed and will view differently on individual monitors depending how they are calibrated. The only sure fire way to get the colour you want is to get some samples from a good paint company - I can highly recommend Little Browne - and Farrow and Ball whose paints have a high pigment. Apply a small amount to the wall or other surface and wait for it to dry. Try it on different walls in the room because it will look different depending on the way the light falls. Good Luck
Kristina Lou wrote:Oct 23, 2014
lasiroque01 wrote:Oct 22, 2014

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Katie Pegler added this to 10 Countertop Mashups for the KitchenFeb 2, 2015

    Granite Island With Walnut Chopping Block ExtensionMuch thought was put into this kitchen, because it’s in the “forever home” of its owners, in Dartmouth, England. They wanted to make the most of the new space and were meticulous in defining their kitchen right down to listing what items each cabinet would need to store, so that Distinctive Living Kitchens could plan for the correct cabinet sizes and functionality. The inspiration for the granite came from an existing granite countertop in the laundry room, which Distinctive Living Kitchens matched to the Shivakashi granite counters that are paired with the end-grain walnut chopping block island extension. See more on granite and walnut.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    R11 thal added this to countertopJun 11, 2019

    drop butcher block to 32" - just reverse the countertop heights

    Madison Craddock added this to Natural LightingJan 22, 2019

    The artificial light looks really good in this room

    ktjo added this to a r t i f i c a l l i g h tJan 22, 2019

    the use of the overhead lights are vital to the kitchen. they bring in artificial light needed to interact while in the kitchen

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