Cooperstown FarmhouseFarmhouse Kitchen, New York

Inspiration for a large country l-shaped medium tone wood floor kitchen remodel in New York with beaded inset cabinets, white cabinets, marble countertops, gray backsplash, stainless steel appliances, an island and gray countertops —  Houzz
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Cynthia Weber Design wrote:Jan 14, 2016
Lydia Rose wrote:Jan 24, 2016
  • sbrague

    What is the paint color name of these cabinets, please. They are a nice white.

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    The Working Kitchen, Ltd.

    Thank you. The cabinetry is the Essex inset door by Wood-Mode in Nordic White on maple.

desplaces wrote:Jan 24, 2016
36911 wrote:Feb 12, 2017
olmcrocks wrote:Jan 26, 2016
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    The Working Kitchen, Ltd.
    The counters and backsplash are honed Carrara marble.
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    Carrara Marble Tiles

    Hello olmcrocks! The countertop is made of Bianco Carrara marble and a custom fabrication product. If you like it, we can do the same countertop for your kitchen from our marble slabs.

    We have a wide selection of marble slabs available, such as Bianco Carrera (White Carrara), Bianco Dolomiti (White Dolomite), Bardiglio Gray, Nero Marquina Black, White Onyx and Crema Marfil.

    Please contact us via phone or mail to get your best offer:http://www.carraratiles.com/contact-us.html

adymmer wrote:Jan 23, 2016
  • rivercityschreiner
    looks like distressed or reclaimed pine but any light wood with a natural stain will give about the same look
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    The Working Kitchen, Ltd.

    @adymmer...Thank you and how exciting! I am sure it will beautiful. I am not sure what wood the beams are, but I'll ask the contractor if he can identify it.

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rhondagmartin wrote:Feb 12, 2017
cdclifford wrote:Jun 13, 2016
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    The Working Kitchen, Ltd.

    Thanks! The ceiling height is 103-1/4", the upper cabinets are 42" and the built-up trim is 7-1/4".

kellyboudreaux4 wrote:Feb 5, 2016
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    The Working Kitchen, Ltd.

    It is 42-5/8" from counter to counter. A few inches less at the range, but it's quite comfortable. Thanks!

Diane Akey wrote:Jan 29, 2016
dream7design wrote:Jan 24, 2016
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    The Working Kitchen, Ltd.
    Thank you! I've placed a call to the builder to identify them. I'll post when I have an answer.
judydorse wrote:Jan 24, 2016
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    The Working Kitchen, Ltd.

    The cutting board is from IKEA from years ago. It has seen lots of use!

desplaces wrote:Jan 24, 2016

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Laura Gaskill added this to 8 Tips for Harmony in the KitchenFeb 10, 2016

1. Don’t micromanage. Unless it’s a major health issue (like cross-contamination), if your partner/housemate/kid likes to do things differently than you do, let them. Even if it bugs you, know that it’s far from the end of the world if the dishwasher is loaded “the wrong way” or the cheese ends up in the produce drawer. Choose your battles carefully, because picking too many fights in the kitchen is sure to end in disgruntlement on both sides.

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Mitchell Parker added this to 4 Dreamy White-and-Wood Kitchens to Learn FromJan 21, 2016

“Uh-oh” moment: “It was actually more of an ‘aha’ moment,” Holmes says. “As is common with projects of this type, you never know what you’ll find when you open up 180-year-old walls. Initially, the space was to be taken back to the studs and the walls were to be Sheetrocked right to the ceiling. As demolition progressed, the ceiling beams were exposed and their original face was removed to make room for the new Sheetrock. Once we saw the beams, however, and saw what they added to the space, we knew they had to stay. It was unfortunate that the original face had been removed, but to see them now, you’d never know. They just belong there. The kitchen would be a different place without them.”Designer secret: “As a designer or homeowner, when tackling a project like this, it’s so important to really be present in the space, throughout the process,” Holmes says. “As with the beams, you never know what treasures you’ll find. You can add a lot of beautiful things to a space, but sometimes highlighting what is already there can be invaluable.”

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Kitchen with natural wood accents

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