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Inspiration for a timeless kitchen remodel in Toronto

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jackidugan wrote:Oct 28, 2012
love window treatment what is it called

- where can I get it

  • bluvelvet222
    You can purchase an awning frame which is expensive but I have used 2 tension rods that give the identical effect. If you are not crafty, consult a seamstress. I used this treatment last in a nursery using a gray and yellow chintz lined with a contrasting print used elsewhere in the room. My out of pocket cost was approximately $35.00 and my gift to the new mother, a long time friend.
  • Diane Salmons
    Thank you very much, & luckily, I am crafty
gratefulgurl1 wrote:Nov 1, 2012
  • Susan Mladenovich
    is this the rustoleum cabinet transformations or did you just use rustoleum paint?
  • Recaptured Charm
    Hi I just used the rustoleum paint, not the cabinet transformations. Thanks
Purple Passion Designs wrote:Dec 11, 2012
How many inches does the granite come up on the backsplash?

Susan Mladenovich wrote:Dec 18, 2012
HI, what lights did you use for the undercabinet lights?

  • rcpilot10000
    I can't find these on homedepot.com. Can you tell me the manufacturer or model? Thank you. Love your kitchen.
  • 1kaysmith

    They look a lot like ones I've seen at Lowe's.

Cindy Moore wrote:Dec 31, 2012
What is the name of your granite?

  • Recaptured Charm
    Hi the name of the granite is Delicatus.
dcarboneau wrote:Feb 13, 2013
Can you tell me the manufacturer of the handles and pulls?

  • difio
    Can you tell me the granite color? Thanks.
  • Recaptured Charm
    The Granite is called Delicatus
dkotov wrote:Feb 25, 2013
  • Recaptured Charm
    Hi, Not sure what you're asking here but the cupboards were made by a local door maker with a CNC machine from MDF. They were primed, sanded, painted and glazed. The paint is Heirloom white and the glaze was a brown glaze that I mixed from glazing medium and brown paint at a ratio of 1:4. If you would like more info you can look at the Kitchen Chronicles at Recaptured Charm. http://www.recapturedcharm.com/search?q=kitchen+the+reveal
natmiavito wrote:Mar 27, 2014
Where is the material from for drape???

    sunnysky1234 wrote:May 1, 2014
    What is the backsplash? Looks great!

      Jim Casazza wrote:Jun 25, 2014
      • Recaptured Charm
        This moulding is actually a door stop moulding.. about 3/4 x 1-3/8" . Anything will do that is flat on the bottom and at the back. I didn't want anything too fancy because I didn't want anything to get trapped in the curves of the moulding. Simple is better I believe.
      Clean Slate Organizing LLC wrote:Jan 28, 2015
        Koray illeez wrote:Jun 24, 2015
        Can I use this photo for my blog? thanks

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