Your shopping cart is empty.
Open concept kitchen - rustic open concept kitchen idea in Santa Barbara with glass-front cabinets and wood countertops

De La LuzRustic Kitchen, Santa Barbara

View of the island end, and, of the Island off the coast. Metal dual pane windows and doors insulate against the heat and cold and the constant sound of the Pacific. If you look closely, a plank on the end of the island shows a cattle brand that we found on one of the boards used. We can only guess that it might have been a test brand to see how hot the iron was. The amazing coincidence (maybe) was the letter of the brand was the initials of the owner/chefs first name.

Photos Mehosh Dziadzio

Open concept kitchen - rustic open concept kitchen idea in Santa Barbara with glass-front cabinets and wood countertops —  Houzz
Related Photo Topics
Related Professionals in Santa Barbara
This photo has 10 questions
Stacy Burch-Schmidt wrote:Apr 16, 2013
  • maryrichhouse
    We would like to have a range installed into an island with a wood top, but both our builder and kitchen designer are concerned. They are encouraging us to put stone around the range. How is your range installed and do you have any problems or regrets or problems?
  • PRO
    Simmons and Company
    We surrounded the range with a zinc top and stained it with acid to advance it's aging. The dimensions broke all the rules of thumb because the client wanted it just the way she wanted it. We mocked up the space full scale before committing and got it just right for her. Don't be afraid to break the rules. After all it is your space!! good luck
LaRee See wrote:Nov 8, 2013
  • PRO
    Simmons and Company
    You can purchase it thru our online shop we are establishing. Let me know if you're interested and I'll get you the specs and pricing.
  • chassdance

    are these lights still available?

razzle123 wrote:Sep 14, 2013
  • PRO
    Simmons and Company
    It floats with screw attachments to allow for the solid teak to expand and contract.
  • razzle123
    thank you
Anj wrote:May 29, 2013
  • PRO
    Simmons and Company
    In our area, for residential kitchens you are not required to have a hood. If you have cross ventilation and don't do a lot of frying etc... a hood isn't required. We chose not to because it would block views and down drafts generally don't work well enough for the effort and cost.
  • PRO
    Simmons and Company
    There is no hood. Plenty of ventilation in the house. It's just a couple and their eating habits are simple, natural foods, minimum frying etc... In our area a hood is not required by law. It's mostly for heat and smells. If you have good ventilation you can consider not having one.
Joy Smith wrote:Feb 13, 2013
  • PRO
    Simmons and Company
    Porch in Carpinteria California
  • ueaces12
    I love the lighting!! Doesn't appear Porch sells online :(
pinisopazi wrote:Nov 5, 2013
  • PRO
    Simmons and Company
    Very good question. the key is in the material. It's a hundred yr old barn wood. I believe it could be fabricated here in Santa Barbara. Put into a container and shipped to you. It's not uncommon for kitchen cabinets to be sent from Europe to the US. Why not the US to South Africa if you have the budget I'd be happy to figure it out. Let me know.
collsmorg wrote:Aug 18, 2013
  • PRO
    Simmons and Company
    Reclaimed Teak. Wide plank 7" wide. Engineered Teak sub straight .
Jennifer Cobb wrote:Feb 6, 2013
  • PRO
    Simmons and Company
    Custom Designed, custom fabricated. If you are interested I can put you in touch with the shop. Are you in the area?
slmiranda wrote:Jan 28, 2013
  • PRO
    Simmons and Company
    Telescope Director's Chairs
    Top quality. American made, Family owned. Kinda sounds like a sustainable business.
    Good luck
L.Bonadies General Contracting wrote:Jun 24, 2017

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    januarykj added this to wyoming homeOct 20, 2018

    Grey wood reminds me of old house

    Similar Ideas
    Rustic Kitchen
    Mountain Retreat
    Rustic Kitchen
    Kitchen + Patio = One Awesome Retreat
    CH+D mag's Summer 2014 Best-Of Photos
    Frying Pan Canyon Ranch Fishing Cabin, LEED® Platinum
    Twin Creek
    Lake House
    De La Luz
    Lone Moose Lodge

    Need help with an existing Houzz order? Call 1-800-368-4268 (Mon-Sun).