Design-BuildIndustrial Kitchen, DC Metro

Photo by Kenneth M Wyner Phototgraphy

Kitchen - industrial kitchen idea in DC Metro with a farmhouse sink, stainless steel appliances, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets and orange backsplash —  Houzz
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caracol wrote:Jun 5, 2012
  • frazeejm
    Would you please tell me what the size of the sink is (from side to side) and the size of your sink base cabinet? Thank you.
  • lucyna99

    Were those side panels to the sink available from ikea?


woodbike wrote:Dec 14, 2013
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    Lankford Design Group
    That solution rocks. Great job. I love those fans. You just amped it up. Yes.
  • jmpjmp
    I like the color and the design but the lighting is too reflective. I assume the cool but impractical upper cabinets are mainly for decoration and/or infrequently used items. That fan is going to need a lot of cleaning in order not to look gross--couldn't they come up with anything better?
helixg1 wrote:Oct 8, 2013
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    Kingston Design Remodeling
    Thank you! I would say Ikea cabinetry is comparable to the lower end cabinet lines we have worked with. The quality is okay and our client is very happy with the end result, but there are definitely better product lines out there that we prefer using. Also, on the design end, Ikea cabinetry is very limiting. (For example, the dishwasher panel in this kitchen had to be manufactured by one of our custom cabinet makers as Ikea only offered one size and it was too small by a 1/4".) Hope that helps!
helixg1 wrote:Sep 10, 2013
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    Kingston Design Remodeling
    Thank you for your question - We used a 24" Miele KM5820 Ceran Glass electric cooktop which we installed over a 24" Smeg FU67-5 Piano Design electric multi-function oven.
groovyteri wrote:Sep 10, 2012
Benton wrote:Aug 4, 2012
Kasandra Dewbre_Burrows wrote:Jul 29, 2012

What Houzz contributors are saying:

jenott
Jennifer Ott Design added this to Kitchen FAQs: Selecting Your Sink MaterialJul 14, 2013

FireclayManufactured from clay fired at an extremely high temperature, fireclay sinks are highly resistant to scratches, staining and chipping. Cleanup is easy — just dish soap on a sponge, or use a mild abrasive cleanser for tougher marks. These are the sinks I recommend for anyone who wants a white kitchen sink.Cost: $400 to $1,000More: Fireclay Brims with Heavy Duty Character

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carterrd
carterrd added this to Coles KitchenAug 10, 2019

higher upper cabinets at same level throughout

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