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Small elegant galley dark wood floor eat-in kitchen photo in New York with recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, marble countertops, a farmhouse sink, gray backsplash, mosaic tile backsplash, paneled appliances and no island

Bergen County, NJ - Traditional - KitchenTraditional Kitchen, New York

Bergen County, NJ - Traditional - Kitchen Designed by Bart Lidsky of The Hammer & Nail Inc. Photography by: Steve Rossi This classic white kitchen creamy white Rutt Handcrafted Cabinetry and espresso Stained Rift White Oak Base Cabinetry. The highly articulated storage is a functional hidden feature of this kitchen. The countertops are 2" Thick Danby Marble with a mosaic marble backsplash. Pendant lights are built into the cabinetry above the sink. http://thehammerandnail.com #BartLidsky #HNdesigns #KitchenDesign

Small elegant galley dark wood floor eat-in kitchen photo in New York with recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, marble countertops, a farmhouse sink, gray backsplash, mosaic tile backsplash, paneled appliances and no island —  Houzz

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Lynn wrote:Dec 16, 2012
  • rr3342

    Hey are these plans still for sale?


    Thanks,

    RR

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    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.

    Hi RR,
    Thanks for your interest in my work.
    If you have measurements of your space and you would be willing to e-mail them to me, I would be happy to discuss how I might be of help. My email address is: bart@thehammerandnail.com.
    I look forward to hearing from you!
    Thanks,
    Bart

rbradymac wrote:Dec 18, 2012
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    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    Dear rbradymac,
    This unit is built as a traditional flush inset cabinet. The hinges are high quality, simple butt hinges such as this one shown. No magic, just good high quality ingredients.
    Hope this helps.
    Bart
Kien Doan wrote:Jan 11, 2013
What wide size of this room?

- For me, it seems to be quite small.

  • Gina Pogol
    That's beautiful. I'm planning on downsizing from 4000 square feet to about 1500 and this is perfect! I'm putting this in my book right now.
  • PRO
    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    Thanks Gina, I appreciate the compliment!
Christal King wrote:Jan 18, 2013
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    Hibbler-Properties
    I've planned, designed and completed two full kitchens all using IKEA cabinetry. My experience with them has been a bit different. Not once did I have someone from IKEA come out. No general contractor is needed but two people working together is necessary for install and some cutting and trimming of panels, fillers & kick plates is necessary. I design the kitchens carefully, taking measurements more than once. Then I use their 3D Kitchen planner online. When I'm ready to order, I ask one of the kitchen designers at their store to review the plan with me for good measure. This helps make sure I don't leave something out. They send the order downstairs for me, I pay for it and load it up in my car. I don't pay for "services" or delivery.
  • Linda Wise
    Thanks for Ikea tips. I'm just gathering info for kitchen remodel soon. I know semi custom cabinets will be considerably more than Ikea. I love the white cabinet look and wonder just how well those less expensive Ikea cabinets will hold up? Any "bad" experiences out there? My home is a modest house in LA. I have champagne taste and want to do more remodeling of a bathroom and kitchen with 40k... It that unreasonable?
O'Brien Plumbing Mississauga Ontario wrote:Feb 2, 2013
How deep are these cabinets?

  • Orca Wave
    Yes where does a person in Canada find these ? pantry pull outs and/or on line .
    Have not searched Hammer and Nail but what costs are we looking at for two ?
  • PRO
    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    Hi missingdk and Orca Wave, to answer both of you: Just as in Canada, custom work in the US of the quality level shown here is expensive. These are lifetime quality cabinets. Very very different from IKEA. As every design situation is different, the pricing varies. In general, the price range for high quality custom cabinetry with all costs considered, including design, cabinetry, delivery and installation, would be approximately $1,000 to $2,000 a lineal foot, depending on finish, level of detail and the quality level of the shop creating the cabinetry. The piece shown in this photo is 12 feet long.
jazzmamamck wrote:Feb 4, 2013
What kind of floor is this?

  • PRO
    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    It is the building's original 1900 Fir Wood Floor with a custom stain mix and a wax finish.
sochockire wrote:Feb 5, 2013
What brand of classic white paint did you use?

- Very clean white paint and well organized cabinets.

  • sochockire
    Thx for the info.
  • rides2fly
    Thank you for your detailed responses to all the questions like the others I find this kitchen beautiful!
sherrillcallender wrote:Feb 5, 2013
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    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    Hi sherrillcallender,
    Thanks for the interest in my design. Unfortunately I am not able to give out the specs on how this unit is built .
    Thanks for the question!
    Bart
obxdreaming wrote:Feb 12, 2013
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    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    Hi obbdreaming,
    This is a semi-industrial space, and that is one of the main heating/ac discharge vents and could not be removed. My solution was to integrate it into the color scheme of the ceiling. It's still noticeable, but not nearly as offensive as it was!
Vô Song wrote:Feb 23, 2013
Which material is this cabinet?

  • PRO
    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    Hi hoangthuy777,
    This is Rutt's proprietary paint finish. It can be applied to cabinetry made of either Poplar or Maple, depending on our client's desire. It can also be applied to other woods such as Cherry or Mahogany and partially sanded off and glazed for an antiqued effect.
    Thanks for the question!
    Bart
teighan wrote:Feb 25, 2013
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    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    The second picture is an example of a custom insert in a wood hood.
kimbeg wrote:Mar 1, 2013
What are the pulls and knobs ?

  • PRO
    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    Hi Kimbeg,
    These pulls and knobs came from Restoration Hardware. This model is the "Quincy".
    Thanks for the question!
    Bart
  • PRO
    baiqiang
    I understand,thanks
Laying It Down Inc. wrote:Mar 9, 2013
I like the pull-outs on the cabinetry, where can I find these?

  • PRO
    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    Hi Navneet Ghuman-Samra,
    The good news is that any comfortable aisle width will exceed the distance necessary for these units to pull out. The exact width of the aisle will depend on the space and the design. These units pull out approximately 21" and the absolute smallest aisle you'd ever want to have with an island is 36" - 42" to 48" is more comfortable.
    Thanks for the question!
    Bart
  • Yagoubi Kamel
    my kitchen 3*3.4
nettesheim10 wrote:Mar 10, 2013
Can i have some food?

- Im hungry.

Tim Aschenbrenner wrote:Apr 6, 2013
Hi, I was wondering what the end-all total storage space was for this? Thank you in advance. :)

  • bluelady143
    yes but what is the cost for cupboards and cost for shipping please
  • PRO
    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    Hi again bluelady143,
    All of our cabinetry is custom made and is priced based on time and materials necessary for the particular project. I could only answer your question in a way that is meaningful to you, if I first designed a piece specific to your space and your needs. Once the piece is designed, I could then price it and estimate shipping as well.
staceys123 wrote:Apr 12, 2013
I love this, however, I can't help but wonder...Is this really the food you eat or is it staged? ;)

  • PRO
    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    Hi staceys123,
    The items were "neatened up" a bit before the picture was taken, but everything you see is real food.
    Thanks for the question!
    Bart
student wrote:Apr 12, 2013
I like it ,but how does it work for freshing the foods

  • PRO
    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    Hi student,
    The refrigerator is not in this photograph.
    Thanks for the question!
    Bart
selenaslay wrote:Apr 13, 2013
This is amazing! How long did it take to build??

  • topspin9375
    We live in New Zealand, how much do you want for the plans?
    We would have to get some clever joiner to do this
  • PRO
    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    Hi topspin. I'm so glad you like it!
    Hi quality dimensioned plans for this piece are US $250. Message me if you'd like to purchase and we can go over the details.
    Thanks so much!
    Bart
mylovesweety wrote:Apr 15, 2013
do u charge for this ideabook from us

lovemyhomeinc wrote:Apr 17, 2013
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    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    Hi Lovemyhomeinc,
    Please see the image I attached to Thomas Furtado's Comment. It shows all measurements of the cabinets.
    Thanks for the question!
    Bart
batemanacres wrote:Apr 22, 2013
My driveway has dropped about five inches from my garage floor. Any ideas on what I could do?

  • yshmidt
    I have the same problem. Don't even know where to start. Did you found a solution?
  • PRO
    Magicraftsman Company
    Like Elayne said, check with your local concrete pump companies and ask them if they also do slab jacking, where they pump concrete underneath the existing concrete and raise it back to the right elevation. I also heard there are companies that do it with a high density expanding foam too.
Marie wrote:May 1, 2013
What is the origin of the word "gradevin" and the definition?

- ?

  • Marie
    Thank you. I guess that is what one would call an obscure word.
  • Dee Lion
    Gud job...hw durable could this be?
yma125 wrote:May 11, 2013
How much is it?

  • PRO
    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    Hi yma125,
    All of our cabinetry is custom built to fit individual spaces and is priced per piece. I can only quote prices for individual projects after they have been designed.
    Thanks for the question!
    Bart
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    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    Hui Sana Mir,
    Thanks very much for the kind remarks.
    Bart
commissor wrote:May 19, 2013
Who makes this kitchen?

  • caroltwinx2
    How wide are the pull out pantry shelves? I am unable to read the dimensions on the drawing.
  • PRO
    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    Hi caroltwinx2 and abhiramveer,
    This is a custom made piece, which means that it was created to fit the space available. Your space is probably different and will require different sizes of the various components. If you are interested in having me create a design for your particular space, please message me and we can discuss it.
    Thanks for the question(s)!
    Bart
Aleem Shaikh Ajmeri wrote:Jun 2, 2013
from where will we open our ideabook?

Felicity Cowie wrote:Jul 7, 2013
I just love this pantry cabinetry! is it expensive? I'm from O.Z.!

  • khscarritt
    Can't tell you about the cost, but do know that KraftMaid makes a pantry cabinet like that. I suspect that other companies do as well.
  • PRO
grandysandi wrote:Jul 19, 2013
what is the measurment of the island? Thanks

  • Tima Staro
    nice idea .. really like it
  • fllopis
    Great for small spaces
liuxuanzhu wrote:Aug 2, 2013
how to download

k_rebel wrote:Aug 25, 2013
I love the pull out wall how do you get that made and installed

- Is it over $50

k_rebel wrote:Aug 25, 2013
I love the pull out wall how do you get that made and installed

- Is it over $50

stephlhs02 wrote:Sep 15, 2013
Olilrsar

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Lina Fetter wrote:Sep 23, 2013
  • PRO
    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    Our cabinetry is completely custom and can be built and tailored to any size.
Jennifer Cox wrote:Oct 1, 2013
  • PRO
    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    Hi Jennifer,
    These pulls and knobs came from Restoration Hardware. This model is the "Quincy".
    Thanks for the question!
    Bart
Michelle Toivonen wrote:Oct 16, 2013
  • dani_mclaughlin

    how many inches are the handles in length? are they the 6inch ones?

  • PRO
    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.

    Hi dani,

    Yes, 6".

    Thanks for the question!

    Bart

12636 wrote:Oct 28, 2013
Is the floor wood? What is the best wood for a kitchen?

  • Monica Kalinga
    I like the space, hmmm!
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8newhouse wrote:Nov 16, 2013
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    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    Hi 8newhouse,
    If you are working with cabinets that allow for customization of the drawer heights, you can have the bottom drawer made a little taller and the middle drawer a little shorter. This works well with stacks of smaller plates and bowls in the middle drawer and larger items in the taller bottom drawer.
    Hope this helps.
    Thanks for the question!
    Bart
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    Five Star Works
    convenient and intelligent
joyceyam wrote:Dec 5, 2013
we like your color of white on the cabinets, can you share the color?

  • Mmvjcvk HAxlx K Vc Ñm
    Hi all. I live in Kennett - and would like to talk boxes and few customized ( aka that amazing pantry). I already have my contractor and box sizes. How do I get in touch?
  • PRO
    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    Hi cristene,
    You can message me through the Houzz messaging service.
    Thanks,
    Bart
bonniesalsone wrote:Dec 5, 2013
how do finished cabinets look underneath

harcape wrote:Dec 8, 2013
looking for white ceiling fan with remote without light

- looking for white ceiling fan with remote without light

swampbanit wrote:Feb 4, 2014
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    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    Hi swampbanit,
    My cabinet supplier is Rutt Handcrafted Cabinetry, New Holland, Pennsylvania. They are responsible for engineering the cabinets to work as I design them. I don't know the brand name of the sliding hardware on these pull outs, as that was selected by the specialists at Rutt, but I do know that it works really really well!
    Thanks for the question.
    Bart
Susan Shapiro wrote:Feb 9, 2014
who designed the tiered cabinets?

fangdianyi wrote:Feb 20, 2014
vlarson6 wrote:Mar 4, 2014
what brand of cabinet is this?

  • PRO
    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    Hi vlarson6,
    This cabinetry, like all the cabinetry I utilize for my projects is made by Rutt Handcrafted Cabinetry, the finest true custom cabinetry made in the world: http://www.ruttcabinetry.biz.
    If you go to their website, then click the tab the reads, "find a dealer/designer" you will be able to find the source closest to you.
    Hope this helps, and thanks for the question!
    Bart
elsiena wrote:Apr 11, 2014
Fabulous. Hos wide are the tall pull outs? What brand cabinets?

  • PRO
    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    Hi elsiena,
    The millwork is by Rutt Handcrafted Cabinetry in New Holland Pennsylvania. The tall columns are 7-1/2" wide, but are available in a range of widths.
    Thanks for the question.
    Bart
Jeri Alexander wrote:May 12, 2014
I need to models 2.5 cent .

lbouquard wrote:Jun 12, 2014
  • Kiet Stephy
    hi..may i know where can i get the compartment for the kitchen cabinet? How much it could be cost?
  • PRO
    Pfuner Design - Miami Interior Designers
    Most parents would hide the good snacks in this very unique space.
Ainslie Conway wrote:Jun 16, 2014
  • PRO
    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
    Hi Ainslie Conway,
    The tall pull out columns are available in any width from 6" up to 24". The proper size and proportion depends upon your individual space and design.
    Thanks for the question!
    Bart
  • freshvin
    @The Hammer & Nail, Inc, - Where can I buy those pull out columns ? I am interested in 12" wide column.
smejias wrote:Jul 19, 2014
  • lestie81
    Oh my gosh this is just awesome!!! Do you want to come to Australia and design my kitchen?!?! Ill trade you free accomodation for free cabinets!!! ;) simply amazing though great design!!
  • Pisces
    How much is the cost? Thx
Holly Berecz wrote:Aug 21, 2014
  • Cao Ming

    May I ask a question about the left side cabinet? I am wondering how the door closing. Because some shelves inside the cabinet and no more space for the door. Could you please explain to me? Thank you.

  • PRO
    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.

    Hi Cao Ming,

    I'm not entirely sure I understand your question, but rest assured...everything fits inside the cabinet and the door closes properly!

    Thanks for the question,

    Bart


Amy Parker wrote:Sep 29, 2014
Not a question.....only WOW, WOW, WOW

  • Tracy Hampton

    Hi Bart, please could you tell me the width of the tall full length upright drawers - the ones on either side of the rangetop? Thanks a bunch - super pretty design!!

  • PRO
    The Hammer & Nail, Inc.

    Hi Tracy,

    The pull out columns are 7-1/2" wide. They can be built in various widths for different situations, but the 7-1/2" width was the correct proportion for this design.

    Thanks for the question!

    Bart

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