Ackerly Park ~ New Albany, OhioRustic Kitchen, Columbus

Rustic Lower Level Kitchen
Cabinets by Mullet Cabinets, Inc
with an acid stained concrete countertop

Mountain style galley kitchen photo in Columbus with stainless steel appliances, concrete countertops, shaker cabinets and light wood cabinets —  Houzz
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bdazzled02 wrote:Aug 29, 2012
susanvo wrote:Nov 21, 2011
  • susanvo
    One more question please neverez - how long have you had your cement counter tops installed?
  • neverez
    It will be 2 years now and they look the same as the day they were installed.
kakie111 wrote:Feb 14, 2012
samie613 wrote:Aug 17, 2011
  • lakshadj
    Hi Jenn. I cut and pasted the actual language from the link you provided, "Warm wood is complemented by concrete countertops and stone accents." The countertops are acid stained concrete.
  • Jenn Brown
    Wow, when this popped up in my mailbox I had no idea what was going on. This was 4 years ago! haha But you go right ahead and do your thing.
mypicks3 wrote:May 25, 2012
  • cauxier
    where did the stools come from?
  • PRO
    Mr Bar Stool
    The Bar Stools in this photo are available through Mr Bar Stool In Old City Philadelphia. We don't have them featured on our website as of yet (www.mrbarstool.com) however you can order them from us by phone. Please call our sales desk @ 215-925-4800 or 1-800-STOOLS-1.
a better wrote:Mar 2, 2012
gracie59 wrote:Nov 26, 2011
  • gracie59
    Thanks for your response. I will check them out online. Looking for cultured stone for our family room.
    Pat
  • Joy Conti

    We used Sienna dry stack for bar project from Dutch Quality. Great product

Leslie Wilkerson wrote:Sep 24, 2013
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    Light In Art
    We make Contemporary Stained Glass Lighting and Art and we make similar lighting. We customize size and color; visit our website at http://www.lightinart.com/ to see some options.
  • maikowski
    can you tell me where you got the hanging lights over the counter?
jenniec wrote:Jun 2, 2012
  • sethjordan
    Good question, i was wondering the same thing. I have a fire place with cultured stone and want to do my kitchen with cultured stone too but i want to use a different color and was wondering would that look ok?
khoglund wrote:May 29, 2012
  • gdaveharris
    It appears to be hickory with a clear finish.
  • kkpww
    These countertops are stained concrete with chiseled rock edges.
ruddydog wrote:Nov 6, 2011
  • PRO
    Weaver Custom Homes
    I do not have that information. This countertop was done by Del Col Concrete from Columbus Ohio-- they might have that information.
    -Andrea
    Weaver Custom Homes
  • amers1410
    Coffee Brown Acid Stain Poured-in-Place Concrete Countertop
moomoo1 wrote:Oct 21, 2011
  • bepsf
    Personally, I would never do a rock backsplash in a working kitchen.

    While it may be nice and perfectly reasonable for a winebar area such as this - a full kitchen needs a backsplash which is easily cleaned for the inevitable boilovers and grease splatters.

    I'd urge you to find a nice rustic glazed tile in a colortone that coordinates with your rockwork and other materials.
  • moomoo1
    thank you for your reply however I am not planning to use it on the backsplash just back on the bottom island cabinets
valorie wrote:Aug 19, 2011
  • PRO
    DeCocco Design
    Do you ever look on www.allbarstools.com? They've got so many manufacturers to look at and is always a good place to start!
  • PRO
    Weaver Custom Homes
    The chairs are from Andreas Furniture in Sugarcreek, Ohio
    -Andrea
    Weaver Custom Homes
curtisjmlc wrote:Sep 26, 2015
  • PRO
    Urban West Design
    There's no real estimated cost per sq ft. The design will generally dictate the cost per sq ft. However, a good starting cost is around $125 per sq ft.
Rosalind O'Malley wrote:Mar 18, 2013
  • Jennifer Waddington
    I would love to know to Rosalind ....what are the bench tops ?? please...hello any one out there :))
amers1410 wrote:Feb 25, 2012
  • PRO
    The Shabby Nest
    Valspar's Tempered Sage is a similar color.
Jackie Miller wrote:Jan 15, 2012
  • bepsf
    This isn't a kitchen - its a bar area in a family/recreation room.
keithragg1 wrote:Dec 27, 2015
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                kerngirl2 wrote:Apr 6, 2012

                  What Houzz contributors are saying:

                  erinlangnorris
                  Erin Lang Norris added this to 12 Ways to Add Beautiful Stone to Your HomeAug 15, 2011

                  Kitchen island. It's not often that you see a kitchen island made of anything but wood or metal, so this stone island is a welcome change. The lighting under the countertop makes sure the stone doesn't go unnoticed.

                  What Houzzers are commenting on:

                  sunnsurf6
                  sunnsurf6 added this to sunnsurf6's ideasJul 29, 2019

                  Kitchen — stools and stone under counter

                  coachhull
                  coachhull added this to basementJul 27, 2019

                  stone veneer could be cool, and notice the wood wrap on the beam

                  bhiggins1
                  bhiggins1 added this to 2019 RenoJul 17, 2019

                  Island detail w stone under w stools ( not cabinets) lights under counter

                  webuser_364664326
                  Tina Peek added this to Kitchen RemodelJul 8, 2019

                  absolutely LOVE LOVE LOVE this one

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