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Elegant kitchen photo in Austin with glass-front cabinets and stainless steel appliances

Austin Texas ResidenceTraditional Kitchen, Austin

The restoration of an 1899 Queen Anne design, with columns and double gallery added ca. 1910 to update the house in the Colonial Revival style with sweeping front and side porches up and downstairs, and a new carriage house apartment. All the rooms and ceilings are wallpapered, original oak trim is stained, restoration of original light fixtures and replacement of missing ones, short, sheer curtains and roller shades at the windows. The project included a small kitchen addition and master bath, and the attic was converted to a guest bedroom and bath. © 2011, Copyright, Rick Patrick Photography

Elegant kitchen photo in Austin with glass-front cabinets and stainless steel appliances —  Houzz

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ssh1 wrote:Apr 6, 2012
what is the flooring?

  • Rachel Hortman
    What are the dimensions of the tiles? 6x6?
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    VOH Architects
    They're handmade, in Europe where they use the metric system: the squares are 106mm x 106mm and the triangles are 104mm x 73mm x 73mm.
Amy M wrote:Apr 27, 2012
anyone know where to get these lights?

Ruth Kennedy wrote:Sep 27, 2012
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    VOH Architects
    Thank you, it's new to the kitchen. It's architect-designed and custom built with soapstone countertop.
claireb683 wrote:Oct 7, 2012
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    VOH Architects
    The countertop is soapstone, which is indeed gorgeous; however, make sure to do your homework before selecting it. It is a soft material and can scratch easily. It gradually darkens as it ages, and is oiled (using only mineral oil) to help it develop an even-looking patina. It is not porous like other stones such as granite or marble, it is impermeable so actually sealing the stone is not required.
Melanie Riley wrote:Oct 24, 2012
What is used for the backsplash

- What is used for the backsplash

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    VOH Architects
    The backsplash is ceramic tile.
  • plonkiehead
    Can you give me the exact tile? Brand, style, color, etc?
sims519 wrote:Oct 25, 2012
can you give dimensions for this island? how was second tier support built?

  • ballbright
    very helpful
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    VOH Architects
    Hi, Ballbright: I've noticed you've left more than one quip of displeasure regarding my answers. I think Houzz is great, and wish I could be more helpful and do push for that, but I answer to the principals of our firm and have to reflect what they and our clients are comfortable with. Hope you understand.
Rachel Hortman wrote:Dec 17, 2012
Can you tell me the brand and type of tile on this kitchen floor? Or...where I can find it online?

  • sikuvitall
    Globus Cork Flooring has ready-cut cork with this pattern in scrumptious colors. It's in my kitchen, and is much warmer and more forgiving than tile.
  • butcherbutt
    Floor pattern is identical to the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas
nleotta wrote:May 30, 2013
Would love to know who made the hood?

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    VOH Architects
    It's custom: we designed it and had it made.
Coral Sands Construction LLC wrote:Jul 30, 2013
What brand and model are the cabinets please?

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    VOH Architects
    All of these cabinets are custom crafted.
abbytally wrote:Nov 9, 2013
Where did you find the lights. Manufacturer/company? Thx.

ccgischel wrote:Dec 26, 2014
Any idea what the wall color is?

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    VOH Architects
    Unfortunately I can no longer recall the color; we have already archived this project.
Kim VVells wrote:Jan 30, 2015
are the counters soapstone?

- Love it!

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    VOH Architects
    Yes, it's very pretty and the owners love it. This question was asked before, I'll cut-n-paste my original answer for you:

    "The countertop is soapstone, which is indeed gorgeous; however, make sure to do your homework before selecting it. It is a soft material and can scratch easily. It gradually darkens as it ages, and is oiled (using only mineral oil) to help it develop an even-looking patina. It is not porous like other stones such as granite or marble, it is impermeable so actually sealing the stone is not required."
firedome wrote:Apr 13, 2015
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    VOH Architects

    This project has now been archived, but I can say we've always worked with the sub-contractors associated with the General Contractor that was selected for the project - we help our client to select a highly qualified GCs and that of course means they have good subs on their team.

Anna Marchand Williams wrote:Aug 19, 2015
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    VOH Architects

    It's custom. We designed it and had it made, thank you for asking!

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