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Example of a classic kitchen design in Atlanta with wood countertops, a drop-in sink, shaker cabinets and green cabinets

Ford Caretaker's Cottage RenovationTraditional Kitchen, Atlanta

Deborah Whitlaw Llewellyn

Example of a classic kitchen design in Atlanta with wood countertops, a drop-in sink, shaker cabinets and green cabinets —  Houzz

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kawisco wrote:Apr 28, 2013
  • scarletdahlia
    Who's the manufacture of the lighting?
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    Historical Concepts
    The lighting is handcrafted by Eloise Pickard, who uses parts and pieces from antique fixtures to create new light fixtures. Each piece is custom made. Here is her contact info:
    Antique Lighting
    Eloise Pickard
    4645 Joe Frank Harris Pkwy
    Adairsville, GA 30103
    (404) 252-3244
mrskrod77 wrote:Jun 1, 2013
I would like to know where the American flag wall art came from?

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    Historical Concepts
    I'm sorry I can't help. We are the consulting architects and did not do the interior design.
  • lmlayfield
    Check Ridley Stallings in Savannah ga... This looks exactly like one of her flags
pneapple wrote:Jul 3, 2013
wheres the rug from? is it an indoor/outdoor?

Melanie Bateman wrote:Jul 3, 2013
Where did you find the light fixture over the island?

  • tilda59
    What type of wood is used for the island, the counter tops and the hanging cabinet?
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    Historical Concepts
    It is heart pine.
christiannelson wrote:Jul 3, 2013
Where did you get this sink? Can I get one too?

- Love how big it is!

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    Historical Concepts
    The sink was original to the property, so I don't have any information on a source. However, you might search for antique or farmhouse sinks online.
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    Cypress Architecture & Design Inc
    dang that heart pine is gorgeous
decatur182 wrote:Jul 3, 2013
decatur182 wrote:Jul 3, 2013
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    Historical Concepts
    Unfortunately, I don't have a record of the paint color. It was selected by the interior decorator and/or homeowner.
coastliving wrote:Jul 3, 2013
where did the stools come from. thank you

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    Historical Concepts
    I am sorry but I don't have that information. We provided architectural consultation on the restoration of this home, but did not do the interior decorating.
  • jhardie0224
    where did the white cabinets come from
Dephanie Jessie wrote:Jul 6, 2013
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    Historical Concepts
    The cabinets were done by a custom cabinetmaker. They are not a commercially available product.
topnana15 wrote:Jul 27, 2013
I m looking for window treatments for my sliding glass door

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    Historical Concepts
    There are many sources on the internet. One that comes to mind is www.smithandnoble.com.
Kadie wrote:Nov 9, 2013
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    Historical Concepts
    I would recommend posting your question to the discussion boards. We are not interior designers, and I think you'd get great advice and ideas from the Houzz community.
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    Oak & Broad
    A light color hardwood like White Oak would look really nice. Here are few shots of recent White Oak floors we made for other Houzz users.
dcurrie2007 wrote:Jan 5, 2014
kcpm wrote:Nov 2, 2014
What is used for the backsplash?

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    Historical Concepts
    It's just wood boards butted together and painted.
ellepuckett wrote:Jan 28, 2015
abollich wrote:Feb 27, 2015
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    Historical Concepts

    It is indeed vintage, made by an artisan that specializes in repurposing antique fixtures and parts.

kathryn gelb wrote:Aug 7, 2015
where did you get the island. do you have an oven in the island?

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    Historical Concepts

    Thank you for your question. The island was custom built for the space.

svj0725 wrote:Oct 17, 2015
Where did you purchase the sink?

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    Historical Concepts

    According to this article about the home, the sink was a vintage find.

Stephanie Dorman wrote:Jan 17, 2016
Who made the reclaimed wood flag?

- It's beautiful.

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    Historical Concepts

    It is perfect for this space, but, as the architects, we don't have any information on the source. It was most likely purchased by the homeowner or interior designer.

  • PRO

    We have 20 different styles of flags to choose from! . Custom sizes availablewww.thedecorativecompany.com

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