Butler Barn Farmhouse Kitchen, Austin
Inspiration for a mid-sized country u-shaped concrete floor open concept kitchen remodel in Austin with an undermount sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, white backsplash, stainless steel appliances, an island, solid surface countertops, porcelain backsplash and white countertops — Houzz
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1. AccentsArchitect: Don HarrisLocation: Austin, TexasSize: 160 square feet (14.9 square meters); 10 by 16 feetHomeowners’ request: An open plan kitchen with an island big enough for their three boys Use of wood: Architect Don Harris says one goal for this project was to limit the material palette. He stuck to white walls, white cabinets and polished concrete floors throughout the ground level, and white walls and wood floors throughout the upper level and staircase. To tie the kitchen to the wood staircase, seen on the right, he carried over white oak with a natural satin finish to the island and refrigerator wall. Other special features: A refrigerator and pantry wall on one side and open shelving for dishes and cookbooks on the other allow the back wall to remain uncluttered and the backsplash to play a bigger role. Designer secret: Interior designer Ann Edgerton came up with a steel shelf that sits above the range to display some of the homeowners’ sentimental collectibles as well as kitchen tools like a mortar and pestle and salt and pepper shakers. Also on the team: Matt Davenport (construction); Paul Bardagjy (photography)Countertops: Caesarstone; tile: Fireclay; Revolver stools, Hay; Wesco pendant lights, Barn Light Electric Co.; paint: Simply White, Benjamin MooreSee more of this home
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10. Warm It Up With WoodThis Austin, Texas, contemporary kitchen has a polished concrete floor, so architect Don Harris used white oak on the kitchen island and the accent wall, and as slats over the clerestory windows, to add warmth.
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light fixture: plan is for just one "hole" above island, correct, so one fixture with multiple bulbs is what I'm to look for ... or 2-3 "holes"?