Crayton Rd.Transitional Kitchen, Miami

Matt Steeves Studio

Inspiration for a huge transitional medium tone wood floor kitchen remodel in Miami with an undermount sink, recessed-panel cabinets, gray cabinets, gray backsplash, mosaic tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and two islands —  Houzz
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Sara Furay wrote:Jul 19, 2016
  • jagfamily2011

    What color is the island?

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    T. Jerulle Construction, LLC

    The wood island is varnish and was purchased separately by the home owner. We don't have the specifics on that island with the sink color is:

    Sherwin Williams

    SW7015 Repose Gray - EggshellThank you,

jennygr wrote:Feb 14, 2015
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    Averyironworks
    What type of hardwood flooring is that and what color?
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    T. Jerulle Construction, LLC

    This is a Wood Tile 1325 Merlin French Oak. Thank you for your interest.

catherinejm12 wrote:May 6, 2016
  • shmedelle

    Can you please tell me which line of paint was used? I wanted to use Urban Bronze but was told Pro Classic doesn't tint that dark. TY



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    T. Jerulle Construction, LLC

    Sherwin Williams

    Your welcome

Luxe wrote:Nov 5, 2015
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    T. Jerulle Construction, LLC

    Cabinet pulls are standard, they can be purchased at any cabinet hardware seller.

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    T. Jerulle Construction, LLC

    Cabinet Hardware is from "Top Knobs": TK31/TK9-PNThe custom wood "brown" cabinet was purchased by home owner we have no knowledge of hardware or manufacturer.

walkerpoint wrote:Nov 2, 2015
James wrote:Oct 20, 2017
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    T. Jerulle Construction, LLC

    Mosaic "Waterfall Rain-Charcoal/Winter 2WATRAICHA

    Installed by Wayne Wiles Flooring.

    Thank you for your interest.

sknispel wrote:Sep 4, 2017
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    T. Jerulle Construction, LLC

    Mosaic "Waterfall Rain-Charcoal/Winter 2WATRAICHA

    Installed by Wayne Wiles Flooring.

    Thank you for your interest.

sherrykw22 wrote:May 14, 2017
Desi Willoughby wrote:Nov 25, 2016
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    T. Jerulle Construction, LLC

    Mosaic "Waterfall Rain-Charcoal/Winter 2WATRAICHA

    Installed by Wayne Wiles Flooring.

    Thank you for your interest.

leppinger1 wrote:Aug 29, 2016
Studio Innovations wrote:Jul 14, 2016
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    T. Jerulle Construction, LLC

    The island was purchased by the home owner, we have no idea where it came from or who manufactured it.

andrew narsi wrote:Jul 11, 2016
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    T. Jerulle Construction, LLC

    Wayne Wiles Flooring, installed this tile. Send Steve an email he can help you obtain this tile. Steve Kirkman <skirkman@waynewiles.com>

    Thank you,

James wrote:Jul 9, 2016
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    T. Jerulle Construction, LLC

    Kitchen countertops:
    Silestone Vortium, 3 cm eased edge - Cooktop
    Piatra Gray Ceasarstone 2-1/2 Ogee Edge - Island

    Thank you for your interest.

designbygp wrote:Jul 6, 2016
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    T. Jerulle Construction, LLC

    Please read previous questions. These questions have already been answered. These cabinets have pulls.

jcmf wrote:May 15, 2016
Marilyn Banack wrote:Mar 20, 2016
Joy wrote:Jan 4, 2016
Koray illeez wrote:Nov 4, 2015
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    T. Jerulle Construction, LLC

    No you may not use this photo for your blog or copy or redistribute. Our photos have copy rights, this would be in violation.

Sefi wrote:Sep 10, 2015
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    T. Jerulle Construction, LLC

    All of the cabinetry in this project came
    from Décor Cabinetry. The kitchen perimeter has a PP430 door-style, with a
    paint match to Sherwin Williams Gauntlet Grey, and the kitchen island uses the
    same door-style, with a chateau finish.

    Installer is Mike at Goguen's Kitchen Company and would be glad to help. Mike can be reached at goguenkitchenco@embarqmail.com

Jessica Canyon wrote:Mar 28, 2015
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    T. Jerulle Construction, LLC

    Kitchen countertops:
    Silestone Vortium, 3 cm eased edge - Cooktop
    Piatra Gray Ceasarstone 2-1/2 Ogee Edge - Island

    Thank you for your interest.


What Houzz contributors are saying:

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Sam Ferris added this to Kitchen Confidential: The Pros and Cons of Double Stacked CabinetsJun 8, 2016

Con: They Require More UpkeepMore cabinets also equal more surfaces to dust and polish. Glass door fronts will certainly require more maintenance. Not only do you have to wipe down the glass, but you must keep the interior space tidy and organized too. Throw in the fact that double stacked cabinets are harder to reach, and homeowners will have their work cut out for them when cleaning duties roll around.

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