American FarmhouseFarmhouse Kitchen, DC Metro

Inspiration for a farmhouse u-shaped slate floor eat-in kitchen remodel in DC Metro with flat-panel cabinets, green cabinets, marble countertops, green backsplash, subway tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances —  Houzz
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mfowler1 wrote:May 15, 2014
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    Donald Lococo Architects
    Tiles: Architectural Ceramics (Neri Celery Gloss Field Tile and Quarter Round Moulding)
    Donald Lococo AIA
  • pelicanesque

    Is it possible they discontinued the tile in the celery color? I can't seem to find it, but love it!!

mkredo45 Kohr wrote:Aug 1, 2016
  • connie912
    I don't know the color but it reminds me of the most beautiful kitchen I ever walked into. I saw it on a tour of homes and the cabinets were all this shade of green.
Arielle Kennedy wrote:Apr 22, 2015
lisaw940 wrote:Jun 21, 2014
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    Donald Lococo Architects
    Sconces by company Remains Lighting. Name of sconce is Thelonius. I decided to specify separately a parchment shade to dress it down a bit.
dianedapello wrote:Feb 26, 2014
kreuter42 wrote:Feb 19, 2014
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    Donald Lococo Architects
    Floor tiles are natural clefted slate. From a company in Rockville Maryland called Architectural ceramics.
spalasciano wrote:Feb 10, 2014
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    Donald Lococo Architects
    Our firm did the interior design as well as the architecture. I personally couldn't find the color so I did a custom mix of colors from Benjamin Moore.
nataliedotdean wrote:Feb 5, 2014
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    Donald Lococo Architects
    Hello thx for asking. Tiles are from Tiles: Architectural Ceramics (Neri Celery Gloss Field Tile and Quarter Round Moulding) The quarter round was used behind the range.
Ashley McLavy Parker wrote:Feb 3, 2014
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    Donald Lococo Architects
    Ashley, the sconce is by Remains Lighting. It is called the Thelonius Sconce. It was ordered in Nickel.
    Thanks for asking! Donald Lococo AIA
MM Martinez wrote:Jan 12, 2014
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    Donald Lococo Architects
    Thx for asking. THe countertop is actually a granite that looks like a marble. It is called whit fantasy. We were also the interior designers who helped the owners in the project. The cabinets were a custom DLA mix.
    Donald Lococo AIA
arvilla_trag wrote:Dec 7, 2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Laura Gaskill added this to The Meaning of Color: GreenNov 23, 2016

    Using green at home. Pale mint and duck egg green look right at home in the kitchen, while soft spring-green walls can make for a refreshing atmosphere in a study, bedroom or living room. And for a traditional library, you can’t beat walls and bookcases painted a rich, deep, glossy green.How to Pick the Right Green Paint

    Mitchell Parker added this to 15 Modern-Rustic Farmhouses Celebrate Simple PleasuresJun 30, 2016

    A pale green washes through the kitchen, which features salvaged wood rafters, slate floors and a view of the gabled roof barn that inspired it all. Wall paint: custom by Donald Lococo Architects; windows: Weather Shield; beams: reclaimed, Cochran’s Lumber and Millwork; floor tile: Jud Tile; cabinet hardware: Restoration Hardware; sconce: Jefferson Collection, Hudson Valley; seat cushion: Simply Plaid, Kravet; tile: Neri in Celery gloss, Architectural Ceramics

    Laura Gaskill added this to Nature’s Color Wisdom: Lessons on Green From the Great OutdoorsJan 27, 2014

    Using green and wood in the kitchen. Pale mint green on cabinetry and beadboard walls looks quite cheerful in this farmhouse kitchen. The thick, bare wooden beams overhead bring an earthy warmth to the space. If your home is not blessed with rustic beams, you could create a similar mood with simple butcher block counters or a rough-hewn kitchen table. Be careful to choose a natural shade of green for eating and cooking areas — something too harsh could cast a sickly light on you and your guests.

    Mary Jo Bowling added this to Houzz Tour: An Old Barn Inspires a Gracious New HomeDec 11, 2013

    Although the appliances in the kitchen are modern, other details, like the slate floor, would be at home in a 19th-century farmhouse. The gabled roof of the barn is clearly visible from the windows.Tile: Neri in Celery gloss, Architectural Ceramics

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    Eleanor Burwen added this to My ideasJun 22, 2019

    farmhouse style kitchen in the dc metro

    Solomon Ludwick added this to Solomon's ideasJun 9, 2019

    Color? Maybe off set with kitchen in several places

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