Your shopping cart is empty.

Fish Camp Beach CottageShabby-chic Style Kitchen, Miami

Inspiration for a shabby-chic style eat-in kitchen remodel in Miami with shaker cabinets, red cabinets, wood countertops and stainless steel appliances —  Houzz
Related Photo Topics
Related Professionals in Miami
This photo has 10 questions
rozbert wrote:Jan 15, 2014
  • rozbert
    Love your designs . Awesome .... wish I could afford to build the Fish Camp.
  • PRO
Christine Bouvier wrote:Jan 8, 2014
  • Christine Bouvier
    Would it be possible to give me an idea of how much this exact flooring and finish runs per sq ft? I am getting ready to start a new build and I love this! Also, would it be as nice in 3-6 1/2 inch boards with the same finish? I am sorry if this is a tacky question, it's just an important one. :)
  • PRO
    Historical Concepts
    Christine, not tacky at all! But, I'm afraid I don't have an answer for you. The wood is the biggest variable. We purchased these from Vintage Lumber Sales in Georgia. You'd need to find a supplier near you and get pricing for materials and then talk with a floor finisher in your area to see what they would charge to finish them using this method. I can say that while they are simple boards, they were not inexpensive either (when you consider all of the labor that went into installing and finishing them).
judyrbass wrote:Jan 7, 2014
  • judyrbass
    Need them!
  • PRO
    Historical Concepts
    They are beautiful! Here are closer pictures, so you can keep your eyes out at antique markets / vintage stores.
gaolson wrote:Oct 2, 2017
able44 wrote:Jan 25, 2015
  • PRO
    Historical Concepts
    Hi able44, the trim paint is Harrisburg Green by Benjamin Moore.
mnkmadren wrote:Feb 2, 2014
onbelay11 wrote:Feb 1, 2014
dbabm wrote:Nov 18, 2013
  • PRO
    Historical Concepts
    They are not a mass produced product. The lights are one of akind, hand crafted by artisan Eloise Pickard from old lighting parts.
Beth Stahl wrote:Oct 5, 2013
  • PRO
    Historical Concepts
    Thank you! We are glad you've enjoyed the photos of this home. The lamps were purchased at Scott Antique Market from an antique dealer.
Nan Kember wrote:Aug 11, 2013

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Lessons in Florida Cracker Style From a Vacation HomeAug 2, 2013

Reclaimed heart pine floors. It's hard to find the wide planks of heart pine today; usually they must be found via reclaimed wood dealers. Strickland looked to his friend Willis Everett of Vintage Lumber Sales. These reclaimed antique heart pine floor boards range from 12 to 14 inches in width. Rustic floor finishes. To keep their aged look, Strickland was very specific about how the floors should be finished. "The floors were not planed to the same thickness or straight edged — they were hard to put in, but the results were worth it," he says. They were then palm sanded, treated with a lime wash and waxed. "You can still see the original saw marks in the floors; we didn't want to erase the fact that they were 150 years old," he explains. Reclaimed wood tables and countertops. Strickland crafted the table with the leftover floorboards atop an antique base. He and interior designer Ruth Edwards scoured flea markets and antiques shows to find items that make the home look as though the furnishings and accessories were collected over time. He scored the vintage café chairs for an average of $10 each.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

joanpatricia added this to campJan 13, 2019

this is bigger, but the idea- folding table and chairs

Similar Ideas
Vintage-Inspired Inglewood Cottage
Vintage Bay View
Interior Design
Historic home
Cottage in Historic Wilmington
My Houzz: Nick + Stephanie, Austin
Buena Vista | Crown Point
Kitchens with Similar Colors
Villandry Residence, Martis Camp
Fish Loft
Monterey Spring Parade of Homes 2014
Granite Countertops
JCC house
Traditional Beauty - Chicago, IL

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