Contemporary KitchenContemporary Kitchen, Boston

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decogirl wrote:November 23, 2014
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    Oak & Broad
    5 years ago
    From the photo they look site finished with a natural finish. Nice long planks too. The floor is perfect for the room!
  • mccormacaj
    5 years ago
    Could you please provide the information for the pink fabric on the chairs and the info. for the veneer used on the cabinets/frig.? Just beautiful. Thank you very much.
janiceelli wrote:November 23, 2014
  • flemingn
    5 years ago
    Barstool info please?
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    Valter and Anna fon Eynik
    5 years ago
    Good evening, I'm designer, woodcarver, unique furniture maker. Wanted to offer check my page, I can to make such table, or different cunstructions and sizes, if interested. Please, check my papge here and website www.bezaleel-orthodox.com. God bless!
Ginny Moore wrote:November 20, 2014
  • dapepper
    5 years ago
    More on the 8" wide plank Walnut flooring. Very lovely. Is it engineered wood, or solid planks? Thanks
  • PRO
    Oak & Broad
    5 years ago
    They are solid however we offer both options. Email me for an easy quote. joel@oakandbroad.com
janiceelli wrote:November 23, 2014
  • lbahler
    5 years ago
    Yes, I would like to know also!
  • Aisling Moore
    5 years ago
    I would like to know too! They're gorgeous.
crna1836 wrote:November 23, 2014
  • teejay01
    5 years ago
    Write a ci LOVE THE WINDOW TREATMENTS AS WELL I WONDER WHO MAKES THEM
krissullivan wrote:November 23, 2014
  • Toni
    5 years ago
    If you click into other photos of this project, photo 2 has backsplash info.
michbia wrote:November 30, 2014
    robinseibert wrote:November 24, 2014
      Emily Melton wrote:November 19, 2014

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        becky
        Becky Harris added this to Lightened-Up Midcentury Kitchen Goes With the FlowOctober 22, 2014

        AFTER: Reilly took out the wall, creating one big, open space that incorporates the kitchen, dining area and living room. Architecturally, the existing high ceiling and trusses make it look like it was always supposed to be this way. Sterling’s choices for the furnishings and finishes reinforce the continuity. “It would have been a mistake to use woods that were all the same tone,” Sterling says. Instead, she took her cues from the 8-inch walnut planks on the floor. The cabinetry, dining table, coffee table, credenza and other pieces all pick up different colors found in the floorboards. The homeowner is also very into industrial style. The stainless steel on the hood vent and exhaust pipe is repeated in details throughout: The dining room table has natural steel legs, the fireplace has a stainless steel mantel, the ball ceiling fans are aluminum, and even the window treatments have metallic threads.Money saver: The homeowners wanted to save money by keeping their refrigerator, so Sterling had it wrapped in a veneer that matched the cabinets (left).

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        munchmeyer
        munchmeyer added this to BacksplashJanuary 23, 2018

        Backsplash, table and chairs (not pink)

        mbenczik
        Marta Benczik added this to konyhaJanuary 14, 2018

        az alsó előlapok ugyanolyan színűek, mint a benyúló törzse. A felső lapok az étkező asztal színével és a munkalappal azonos.

        karenbonvecchio
        karenbonvecchio added this to Bedroom IdeasJanuary 3, 2018

        AFTER: Reilly took out the wall, creating one big, open space that incorporates the kitchen, dining area and living room. Architecturally, the existing high ceiling and trusses make it look like it was always supposed to be this way. Sterling’s choices for the furnishings and finishes reinforce the continuity. “It would have been a mistake to use woods that were all the same tone,” Sterling says. Instead, she took her cues from the 8-inch walnut planks on the floor. The cabinetry, dining table, coffee table, credenza and other pieces all pick up different colors found in the floorboards. The homeowner is also very into industrial style. The stainless steel on the hood vent and exhaust pipe is repeated in details throughout: The dining room table has natural steel legs, the fireplace has a stainless steel mantel, the ball ceiling fans are aluminum, and even the window treatments have metallic threads.Money saver: The homeowners wanted to save money by keeping their refrigerator, so Sterling had it wrapped in a veneer that matched the cabinets (left).

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