Eclectic ChicTransitional Kitchen, Chicago

Example of a transitional u-shaped eat-in kitchen design in Chicago with a farmhouse sink, shaker cabinets, blue cabinets, concrete countertops and colored appliances —  Houzz
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Mayio Konidaris wrote:Apr 1, 2014
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    Randall Architects
    Thank you for your interest. The counter-tops are concrete.
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    Art Culinaire | Lacanche US
    Hi @mayiok, Sorry to just now be seeing your questions! Yes, this is the Lacanche Cluny 1400 in Provence Yellow with brass trim. The towel bars on our ranges will always be brushed stainless, but the end rails, oven knobs, and drawer pulls can be changed to chrome, nickel, or brushed stainless. If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to send your questions to sales@frenchranges.com.
Matthew Wilson wrote:Aug 3, 2016
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    Randall Architects

    It was a natural concrete, but honestly it was 5 years ago. Based on how it has aged and the maintenance required, we don't recommend it to our clients. Caesarstone and other mfr have products of similar color without the headaches and maintenance.

paulinaspy wrote:Sep 29, 2015
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    Randall Architects

    Dont remember after 5 years. Could be Zephyr as we use theirs alot.

rjbristow wrote:Jul 26, 2015
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    Randall Architects

    5 years later, don't remember. Trust you instinct and look at swatches in person. Online representations never do the colors justice.

James Atkatz wrote:May 23, 2015
moreideaspls wrote:Sep 15, 2014

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    bonathome
    Bonnie McCarthy added this to How to Clean Your Range and OvenOct 19, 2015

    Rack ’em Up Next, it’s time to clean the interior racks of your oven. Remove the racks and place them in the sink to take their turn at soaking in the sudsy water. Shiraz suggests letting them soak for at least 20 minutes, if not longer. “This will loosen up the grease and caked-on dirt,” he says. Afterward, use a sponge or dishwashing brush to scrub any remaining residue. “If the racks are ceramic, use a non-abrasive sponge,” he says. For metal racks, Stegner uses a pumice stone on each bar. “It takes a while, but everything comes off,” she says. Finally, rinse and dry.

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    Natasha Saroca added this to How to Color-Block With Confidence in the KitchenJul 24, 2015

    Go for colored appliances. If your appliances are ready for an upgrade, consider splurging on colored ones. Remember, appliances are big-ticket items, so choose a color you love and don’t see yourself getting sick of for a while. If you’re revamping your entire cooking zone, decide whether you wish to play it safe and dress the rest of your space in classic white or neutral tones, or go all-out and introduce contrasting colors that will complement your new appliances and make them pop.Range: Cluny 1400G in Provence Yellow, Lacanche

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    Tracy Peterson added this to Tracy's ideasJun 7, 2019

    Concrete cement countertops not too thick, so less chunky looking on our “lightweight” cabinets

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