Ennis, Montana BunkhouseTransitional Kitchen, Atlanta

Small transitional u-shaped kitchen photo in Atlanta with wood countertops, a farmhouse sink, recessed-panel cabinets and gray cabinets —  Houzz
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fredh1 wrote:Jan 9, 2015
  • Vicki Quillen

    The cabinet pulls were made custom my a local artisan.

  • Lee Bale Gentry

    love everything! what is the cabinet paint color? and are the walls the same? Thanks!

mpglimco wrote:Jul 22, 2015
  • annecowman8

    What is the color of the cabinets.

Shelby Northcutt wrote:Feb 12, 2015
  • Vicki Quillen

    That Wool Fish Rug is from Peachtree Battle Antiques in Atlanta, GA

suzierheault wrote:Mar 10, 2016
    Richmond Hill Interiors, llc wrote:Feb 20, 2015

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      kateburt
      Kate Burt added this to 99 Ingenious Ideas to Steal for Your Small KitchenMay 23, 2016

      1. Look up. Vertical paneling — or vertical tile grout lines or wallpaper patterns — can trick the eye into seeing a far taller space than is really there. Here, long handles echo and enhance the effect. See other compact kitchens with a traditional aesthetic

      michellecgage
      Michelle Gage | Interior Designer added this to Flea Market Find: Vintage Kilim RugsMar 10, 2016

      Throwing down a rug in the kitchen is a hot new trend. Make it count. Snag your absolute favorite piece at this weekend’s flea market — one in a size for a kitchen should be relatively affordable. If you find one, there’s no place more perfect to lay it down than in your cooking place. (Messy cooks might want to skip this one.)

      becky
      Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Casual Comfort in a Montana BunkhouseJan 26, 2015

      “This kitchen is really more of a breakfast kitchen rather than a full kitchen. The owners want everyone to have meals together at the main house,” Kay says. They outfitted it for heating things up in the microwave or grabbing morning toast and coffee. Reclaimed-wood shelves and countertops add warmth, while a rug brings in warm color. The hardware was hand forged by a local artisan.Many decisions were made on the fly during installation. For example, they decided to make the lower open shelf shorter when they realized they needed a place to hang the crusty flea market fish they’d fallen in love with. Rug: vintage

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      stephanie_r_11
      Stephanie R. added this to Stephanie's ideasAug 12, 2019

      PERFECTION! In our new Portofino Island resort 3 bedroom skyhome 2019

      joy_parkinson
      Joy Parkinson added this to Small spacesJul 23, 2019

      Like the narrow vertical lines to make the space feel taller

      pricescad
      Liz Dickman added this to Hoch.Jul 21, 2019

      Putler's pantry. Tie in the kitchen island.

      goodmanp144
      goodmanp144 added this to goodmanp144's ideasJul 20, 2019

      Butcher block counter coordinates with shelves

      loreli86
      Laura added this to KitchensJul 3, 2019

      Shallow cabinet (coffee bar) -back wall?

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