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Kitchen with pantry behind screen door

Kitchen - country light wood floor kitchen idea in Los Angeles with a farmhouse sink, shaker cabinets, green cabinets, quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances and an island —  Houzz
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kj922 wrote:April 16, 2014
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    We make custom doors and can make this screen door for you, please visit our shop at DownHomeLiving

  • mgorman61

    Try Coppa Woodworking's website - lots of old fashioned screen door styles

megam davis wrote:December 15, 2013
  • ashtonify

    Please tell me the colour of the orange on the window shutter... love it with Green Gables & Citrus Spice... Thanks!

  • furrytoes

    I love this kitchen and your resourcefulness in finding one-of-a-kind pieces. The screen door is a great idea. And I'd like to compliment you on your willingness to answer questions (especially the repetitive ones!)

dredrebabe wrote:September 7, 2015
Bobbie Bukszar wrote:August 14, 2014
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    Alison Kandler Interior Design
    You can get them from any store that carries screen doors or try Vintage Doors.
  • mgorman61

    Try Coppa Woodworking - I found them when looking for wooden window screens, but they have lots of vintage door screens as well

pattycake53 wrote:February 25, 2014
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    Alison Kandler Interior Design

    Qortstone is really very reasonable and super easy to clean. You can actually use an abrasive and it doesn't hurt the surface.

  • Barry Kruol

    what color is the qorstone? Winter White?

rosaliemom wrote:March 23, 2014
  • Gloria Lindsey
    what is the cabinet color called? Thinking about painting a small farmhouse table, on my front porch, in that color to go with my red double doors.
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    Alison Kandler Interior Design
    Try Benjamin Moore Green Gables
wristybusiness wrote:October 17, 2015
g123456e wrote:September 9, 2015
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    Alison Kandler Interior Design

    The shutters are exactly as I found them at the flea market. They are a wonderful shade of coral with green underneath.

  • Dzinfreak

    Hi Alison, could you tell me a good source for a similar screen door. BTW, absolutely love your aesthetic. If I ever more from the Bay Area down south, I'd have you do my place.

g123456e wrote:September 8, 2015
Yany wrote:July 15, 2015
nancygpaulette wrote:August 10, 2014
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  • shavrene

    Silly question: Was the door already painted yellow or did you paint it? I am asking because I would like to paint my screen door however the challenge will be to paint the inside wood slats. Any suggestions?

Janice Raisanen wrote:March 16, 2014
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SjP P wrote:July 1, 2016
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    Alison Kandler Interior Design

    There is a bay behind the sink which is 12" deep so the sink counter top is 36" deep instead of the usual 24".

Florida Fence and Outdoor Living wrote:March 3, 2016
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Bonnie McCarthy added this to How to Clean Your Fridge, Inside and OutJuly 7, 2015

Don’t forget to wipe down the inside of the door and hard-to-reach crevices that trap dirt and crumbs. Keep an old toothbrush on hand for cleaning awkward nooks and seams. Since bulky drawers and shelves can be slippery when wet, consider wearing dishwashing gloves for a better grip. Then, using either the baking soda solution or mild dish soap and water, wash and dry the shelves and drawers. Once the interior and the drawers and shelves are dry, replace everything, including the food, and turn the power back on.

Laura Gaskill added this to A Dozen Ways to Bring Vintage Charm to Your KitchenJuly 3, 2015

1. Screened pantry door. Replacing a solid pantry door with a screened version is a relatively simple change that can boost your kitchen’s vintage style. And, of course, if you have a door leading outside from your kitchen, adding a screen door for the summer months is always a welcome touch.Is your kitchen a good candidate for a vintage-style makeover? If you have a cottage, farmhouse or any home built from the 1920s to the 1950s, most of the vintage-style additions mentioned here should work well; a home that is much older or newer might not take as well to vintage style. Still, if it’s a look you love, don’t be afraid to sneak in a few fun accessories, no matter the age or style of your home.

Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Ways to Work Screen Doors, Inside and OutApril 2, 2015

2. Pantry screen door. Bring farmhouse style home no matter where you live by swapping out a regular pantry door for a screen version. Screen doors can make a compact kitchen feel larger by offering a glimpse into the pantry — just make sure you’re prepared to keep those canned goods neat.

Mary Jo Bowling added this to So Your Style Is: American GothicJuly 29, 2014

Something different: Who says screens are for the exterior only? The designers at Alison Kandler Interior Design made a strong farmhouse statement in this kitchen using a classic (and unexpected) interior screen door.

Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Farmhouse Meets Victorian in Los AngelesMarch 17, 2014

In the kitchen a cheerful screen door marks the entrance to the pantry. This is a quirky move Kandler likes to make on a lot of her projects. While considering a very large famhouse sink, she decided she preferred the scale of using two side by side. It’s a great way to create a divided sink, and the two faucets work well beneath the large window. Similar-color door paint: Citrus Spice, Dunn Edwards; similar-color cabinet paint: Green Gables, Benjamin Moore; counters: Qortstone; refrigerator: Sub-Zero

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linda_perry101 added this to linda_perry101's ideasJanuary 9, 2020

Hum double sinks?? right next to each other??

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