Chartwell HouseContemporary Kitchen, Providence

Example of a trendy kitchen design in Providence with shaker cabinets, stainless steel appliances, subway tile backsplash, white cabinets and white backsplash —  Houzz
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K W wrote:Mar 3, 2012
  • kdl02
    Please provide paint color for these cabinets - beautiful!
  • clouse91
    Color of cabinets is Linen White by Benjamin Moore per another question answered by the designer.
ajspeck wrote:Nov 9, 2012
  • margaretdenten
    We are building a home and doing hours and hours of research. Then I happened upon your fabulous cabinets (and color)! Do you know if they are custom? Simply beautiful!
  • margaretdenten
    nevermind the question....just read further!
Chattan Manchanda wrote:Jan 27, 2014
  • pixellie
    I love the pulls:) Did you use the low-gloss or the subtle velvet for the kitchen?
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    Kim Campbell Designs

    Two pulls would look silly.

lisaqvistggaard wrote:May 10, 2013
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    Aquidneck Properties
    Great question, it really depends, if you always want the counter to look 'perfect' then no, but I quite like the imperfections, after a year or so we found it took on a lovely patina. In terms of maintenance, we just rubbed it down with mineral oil every few weeks, it was a simple process, just use an old rag and leave it over night and remove any excess in the AM. The counter will absorb the mineral oil and darken up a bit until it dries up. I look at Soapstone as a 'living surface' yes, it takes a little more care but they just look so beautiful. Good luck
  • drhhouseideas
    We have had soapstone for about 10 years. Fantastic. We tested it with enchilada sauce and anything else our kids would spill. It is what they make chem lab counters out of. They will get some mineral deposits over the years by faucets. We love the texture of the natural stone. You can seal it but we prefer it the way it is.
ajland wrote:Dec 2, 2012
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    Aquidneck Properties
    I'm afraid we built/ sold this house a long time ago, from memory this particular bank of cabinets was 8'6" wide. Those are 30" WOLF ovens so that sounds about right. Hope that helps? Good luck
  • ajland
    Thanks so much for the reply! It really looks nice :)
chrisstewart wrote:Nov 14, 2013
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    Kieffer's Appliances
    Unfortunately there isn't a standard height of a double oven. It all depends on the model and brand.
bonavista1 wrote:May 31, 2013
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    Aquidneck Properties
    We used Soapstone for these counters... don't be afraid of it, it's a lovely material
marisalees83 wrote:Jan 31, 2013
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    Aquidneck Properties
    Hi there, we don't have that information any more, sorry!
kdl02 wrote:Jan 11, 2013
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valkirk wrote:May 22, 2012
bchankj wrote:May 11, 2012
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    Aquidneck Properties
    Carlisle Wide Plank floors... Hand-nailed Eastern White Pine, pickled
tatyana1806 wrote:Mar 29, 2012
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    nhessel wrote:May 16, 2014

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      barbrabright
      Barbra Bright Design added this to Details That Count: Tips for Range Hoods, Appliances and LightingJun 22, 2017

      Appliance Placement Anyone can design a beautiful kitchen, but it should also function well. Pay attention to placement of your appliances. 4. Get your microwave height right. Microwaves are often placed too high, and warming drawers too low. A maximum of 48 inches above the floor is an ideal height for a microwave for most people — unless you’re LeBron James!Homeowner’s Workbook: How to Remodel Your Kitchen

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      Rachel Grace added this to Embrace a Hot Trend With a Kitchen Warming DrawerAug 23, 2012

      Warming drawers are separate appliances and are often installed to match the wall oven, as shown in this country-style kitchen.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      wenmok
      wenmok added this to KitchenSep 9, 2019

      Get your microwave height right. Microwaves are often placed too high, and warming drawers too low. A maximum of 48 inches above the floor is an ideal height for a microwave for most people

      trinsey11213
      trinsey11213 added this to KitchenSep 3, 2019

      Different cabinets and knobs but yes to liquids and bar.

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      Monica K added this to KitchenSep 1, 2019

      Double oven with drawer underneath for baking sheets

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