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Cottage u-shaped medium tone wood floor and brown floor kitchen photo in Boston with a farmhouse sink, shaker cabinets, gray cabinets, white backsplash, stone slab backsplash, paneled appliances, an island and white countertops

Fresh Berkshire FarmhouseFarmhouse Kitchen, Boston

Custom kitchen with Danby Marble and Pietra Cardosa Counters

Cottage u-shaped medium tone wood floor and brown floor kitchen photo in Boston with a farmhouse sink, shaker cabinets, gray cabinets, white backsplash, stone slab backsplash, paneled appliances, an island and white countertops —  Houzz
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Kim Donovan wrote:Mar 6, 2019
  • msdiane11

    I am interested in the cabinet handles pulls, what color and from where?

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    Jess Cooney Interiors

    Cabinet hardware is the Artisan Suite by Cliffside Industries, in polished nickel finish

maggierateye wrote:Mar 9, 2019
  • maggierateye
    So, I've been doing a bit of research on tinting plaster with paint; ratios, mostly, and found almost no information. Could you elaborate on the mix? I would so appreciate it. I have A.A.C. walls in my addition that I intend to do this to. Thanks!
  • Barry Knutson
    I too love this kitchen. Was any product used on the beams? If so, what please?
    Are windows above table actually painted a blue or just appears blue in pic? If painted, the color please?
    Barry K
Tamra Horne wrote:Apr 10, 2019
sandra wrote:Mar 13, 2019
  • Barry Knutson
    Beautiful project!!!! Two questions please,
    Is there a product or any color on the ceiling beams?
    Are the windows near kitchen table a blue color, or is that just the lighting? If so, the color please?
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    Jess Cooney Interiors

    Thanks Barry, the beams are just raw hand-hewn beams, not stained. The window sashes are painted black.

shermybeagle wrote:Mar 6, 2019
Jo Steep wrote:May 11, 2019
Barry Knutson wrote:Apr 14, 2019
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    Jess Cooney Interiors

    the beams are real reclaimed beams so there is no product on them. The windows are painted black. Hope this helps.

John Zoida wrote:Apr 11, 2019
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    Jess Cooney Interiors

    They are actual reclaimed beams and the floors are actual reclaimed material as well

Mary Isabel wrote:Apr 10, 2019
teenieq wrote:Mar 17, 2019
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    Jess Cooney Interiors

    The walls throughout the home are all plastered. The color used was Ben Moore Edgecomb Gray

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Erin Carlyle added this to These Are the 10 Most Popular Kitchen Photos So Far in 2019Mar 27, 2019

4. Farmhouse RebootDesigner Jess Cooney of Jess Cooney Interiors incorporated antique reclaimed beams and plaster walls in this Massachusetts kitchen to give it a rustic, aged style. The perimeter countertops and backsplash are made from Danby marble, sourced from nearby Vermont. The island countertop and the apron-front sink on the left wall are made from Pietra Cardosa, which resembles soapstone but is more durable. The island base is more reclaimed wood. Iron lanterns above the island add to the aged look. The flooring is reclaimed oak, with planks that range from about 8 to 15 inches wide.

Annie Thornton added this to Inside Houzz: What You Can Learn From a Houzz PhotoMar 19, 2019

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Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: A Rebuild Makes This Farmhouse’s Age Hard to GuessFeb 18, 2019

A Kitchen for Entertaining and a Budding BakerMore beams and plaster continue in the kitchen. Cooney used only a few key upper cabinets to give the kitchen an antique look. The perimeter countertops and the backsplash are Danby marble, from the neighboring state of Vermont. The island, its prep sink and the apron-front sink are Pietra Cardosa, a gray-blue stone that resembles soapstone but is harder and more durable. Another material Cooney used consistently throughout the house to get an aged look is iron, seen on the lanterns. She used dark paint on the window trim to pick up on the lanterns’ dark finish.With all the straight lines, the room needed some soft touches. The upholstered counter stools, the edge of the range backsplash and the coarse linen Roman shades with fabric tape accents soften the space. Behind the range is a baker’s pantry and a workstation for the youngest daughter, an avid baker. It includes its own sink, countertop space and a stand mixer, as well as plenty of room to stash ingredients and other baking necessities.Shop for black lantern pendant lights on Houzz

Mitchell Parker added this to The Pros and Cons of Kitchen IslandsFeb 5, 2019

On an extra work surface: The main benefit of a kitchen island is the additional countertop space that can be used for prepping and staging meals. Working on an island can sometimes be more pleasant than working on a perimeter countertop where you’re facing a wall. An island work area allows you to face guests or family members while you prep, or feel connected to people in adjacent rooms if you have an open floor plan, Cannell says. The extra surface also can be used for eating or doing homework, depending on the clearances. Find a kitchen designer near you on Houzz

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Jeanne Grover added this to Jeanne's ideas11 hours ago

love the beams and openness of the room

Nicely Staged added this to Kimberly14 hours ago

Love this house. Reminds me of Vermont/Kimberly's home.

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