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Large transitional u-shaped dark wood floor and brown floor eat-in kitchen photo in Houston with shaker cabinets, white cabinets, white backsplash, stainless steel appliances, an island, a farmhouse sink, granite countertops and stone slab backsplash

Custom white kitchen designTransitional Kitchen, Houston

Large transitional u-shaped dark wood floor and brown floor eat-in kitchen photo in Houston with shaker cabinets, white cabinets, white backsplash, stainless steel appliances, an island, a farmhouse sink, granite countertops and stone slab backsplash —  Houzz

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Amber Lambert wrote:Apr 26, 2015
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    Crimson Remodeling & Interiors

    These stools were actually existing pieces belonging to our client and we incorporated them into this particular kitchen design.

valorierowe wrote:Apr 29, 2015
  • Laura Mac

    How much did the backsplash and counter cost when all said and done? Do you install or have one of the StonePeak installers do it?

  • Rachel Nye
    yes curious the cost comparison with this granite, marble, quartz
John Mutis wrote:Aug 12, 2015
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    Crimson Remodeling & Interiors

    This photo is from an extensive renovation. We modified the kitchen significantly, taking out a wrap around island, and added to/ rework the existing chassis to add height, and repainted, added new counters and backsplash, etc. We had to add to the existing wood floors to tie in seamlessly, and then we refinished all the floors in this very rich dark stain. The wood is a 4" wide oak plank, and was originally stained in a much lighter, orangey stain. This type of wood is available from any standard wood flooring supplier. The floors were all stripped, restained in this espresso stain, and resealed. The finished result was beautiful. If you're installing real wood flooring, like this, your floor refinisher should be able to duplicate any stain color in his staining process. Alternatively, there are some excellent engineered wood products on the market that come pre-stained, and generally give you more options with wider board widths for much less cost overall, depending on your target budget.

Kendall Gill wrote:Aug 12, 2015
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    Crimson Remodeling & Interiors

    The wall color is Sherwin Williams Kilim Beige 6106 in flat. The cabinets are in Sherwin Williams Divine White 6105 in semi-gloss. These are both great neutrals that work well with grays, giving a clean light look, but not steering into stark and cold. Hope this helps!

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    Crimson Remodeling & Interiors

    Sorry - just forgot the cabinet color. We color matched the existing trim in the home, but Divine white for the cabinets and Kilim Beige on the walls would definitely get you close to this look.

maryle5 wrote:Jan 13, 2016
Who made the cabinets?

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    Crimson Remodeling & Interiors

    This was a profound modification of an existing kitchen. Originally, it had a an outer island that spanned to the right wall, as an 'L' shape with the cabinets to the right. The upper cabinets also didn't extend to the ceiling.

    In our design, we removed the outer island and central island, creating one larger central island - this allowed for more storage and better flow throughout the space, and opened up the clearances between the island and the perimeter cabinets. We then replaced all the doors for this simple, clean, 5 piece door, and added to the existing chassis on the upper cabinets, to extend the cabinets all the way to the ceiling, adding lighting to the upper glass and wood cabinets. The original kitchen was a taupe/cream, and we changed it all to a crisp white.

    One of our trim/cabinet teams built the island and new doors, and added to the chassis on site.

stephwebe wrote:Feb 28, 2016
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    Crimson Remodeling & Interiors


    The ceiling color is Sherwin Williams, Kilim Beige 6106. For a beach house, painted cabinets are always great. Instead of the classic white, you could paint them a great 'washy' grey/blue color, depending on the other elements at play in the space. If you send us a picture, we can make more recommendations. Another option is to have a painted, 'stria' effect done. See the picture below. This is achieved by choosing a solid base color (white, beige, pale blue, grey are great options) and then applying a glaze over the top in a stain/glaze in a striation effect. You could do this on the perimeter cabinets, and then leave the island stained, or paint the perimeter cabinets in a solid paint, and just do this on the island.

dekbrennan wrote:Mar 8, 2016
What is the color of the trim?

- Trim color.

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    Crimson Remodeling & Interiors

    This was a kitchen renovation project. We repurposed several of the stained cabinet chassis, and added new doors, new upper cabinets with light and the cross detail, and continued the crown all the way around the new upper cabinets, and painted it all, and added these great Italian porcelain counters and backsplash by Planes. The configuration of the island was very different too - it was originally a small middle island with a larger, 'U' shape, perimeter island.

    Because we continued the crown around from either side of the kitchen, we matched the existing trim in the house, using the color match system at Sherwin Williams with an old piece of painted trim. The walls at this project are painted Sherwin Williams, Kilim Beige, and a close color to the color match we did for the cabinets would be Sherwin Williams, Divine White, from the same color strip as the Kilim Beige.

Cynthia Webster wrote:Jun 9, 2016
Where did the bar stools come from?

    rollindubs44 wrote:Jul 22, 2016
    Star Michael Interior Design wrote:Aug 29, 2016
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      Crimson Remodeling & Interiors


      Yes, the plug molds are built into the upper cabinets, and hidden inside a 'recess'. This is a great way to keep your backsplash clean and uninterrupted to the eye.

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      Star Michael Interior Design

      Amazing Idea! Thank you!

    Karen Van Duyvendyk wrote:Aug 31, 2016
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      Crimson Remodeling & Interiors

      Hello Karen,

      The upper counters are at ceiling height in this kitchen, which is 11'.


    meredithfnehmer wrote:Feb 7, 2017
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      Crimson Remodeling & Interiors

      Hello Meredith,

      Crimson is a full service design and remodel company. We were the contractors for the project photographed here. The part of the project in this photo involved a major kitchen layout and design overhaul (new cabinets, counters and backsplash) and tying into the existing wood floors and refinishing them. We take a design-lead approach in everything that we do, with very experienced designers, project managers, and estimators on our team.

      Our remodel projects range from around $50,000 to $1,000,000, and usually also furnish the homes we renovate, using our extensive direct manufacturing relationships with hundreds of excellent brands (including Century, Lexington, Bernhardt, and many more).

      If you'd like to talk a bit about your project, and the frustrations you've been having, please give us a call at 281.465.4400 (ask for Micah), or email me at micah@designbycrimson.com.

      We are based in The Woodlands with an office/ showroom on 2978 and Woodlands Parkway, and we work across Greater Houston for design only projects, and renovation construction, with plenty of project photography and references we can provide for you.


      Micah Tipler

    msf80 wrote:Mar 13, 2017
      hortonwj wrote:May 22, 2017
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        Apparently they don't want to share info about the barstools as several people have asked. I'd really love to know!

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        Crimson Remodeling & Interiors

        Hello. I'm sorry, we must have missed your comment! Unfortunately, these were the clients' existing barstools. Crimson did not purchase them, so we're not sure where they are from. So sorry we couldn't be of more help!

      tarheelfl wrote:Jul 12, 2017
      What is the countertop & backsplash?

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        Crimson Remodeling & Interiors


        The countertop and backsplash are fabricated using large format porcelain tiles. They come in large sizes, allowing for large coverage and minimal seams. Once installed, the porcelain is very hard wearing and has a high level of imperviousness to scratches and stains. There are many such products on the market now. this particular product is Planes, by Stonepeak, and is manufactured in Italy.


        Crimson Team

      Garrett Barker wrote:Oct 9, 2017
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        Crimson Remodeling & Interiors

        Hi Garret! Unfortunately, these were the existing barstools, so we didn't purchase them. Sorry we can't be of more help!

      Heidi Davis wrote:Nov 8, 2017
      What is the size of the kitchen wall to wall

        Lucy C wrote:Jun 7, 2018
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          Crimson Remodeling & Interiors

          Hello Lucy,

          Thank you for your kind words. Regardless of the material, you can continue the pattern on the backsplash and over the edges, as long as, the slab is large enough to cover the area. Porcelain and Quartz (Caesarstone, Silestone, Colorquartz, etc) are available in larger size slabs than natural stone so it does make the process a bit easier. However, regardless of material type you can ask the fabricator to miter the edges just the same as they do with a porcelain, this will reduce the seams shown. I would recommend to find an interior designer, contractor, or fabricator that you trust to execute the project and help you along the way.

          Good luck and I hope you find this helpful!

          -Crimson Remodeling and Interiors

        karitx99 wrote:Jun 22, 2018
        Hi, is this a 3cm edge on the countertops?

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          Crimson Remodeling & Interiors

          Good morning,

          This is actually not granite or marble. The material on the backsplash and counters is a Stonepeak product called Planes in Calacutta. The actual thickness of this material is 1/4" and then we mitered and laminated the edge so that it appears to be 2".

          Thank you,

          Crimson Remodeling & Interiors

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