Grant Park Kitchen RemodelContemporary Kitchen, Portland

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tnr5260 wrote:Sep 29, 2013
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    Giulietti Schouten Architects

    They are quarter figured anigre, laid up horizontally with cherry edge banding. The kitchen was constructed by JDL Development of Portland Oregon.

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    is there a stain on the figured anigre

mmemagpie wrote:Dec 26, 2010
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    Giulietti Schouten Architects
    This is a herringbone pattern as previously noted. You tile setter should be able to do it, but it will requitre more labor than due to the cutting on the outside edges that abut the walls or cabinets. The tiles come from Pental ( http://www.pentalonline.com/) and United Tile ( http://www.unitedtile.com/) in Portland. However, the red glass accent tiles are custom. The project was built by JDL Development and Fig Design selected the final materials.
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    MakinResidential

    Wow the kitchen looks awesome, I love these cabinets, flooring, lighting
    shades. In short you really did a great job, Thanks for sharing!!

krislin wrote:May 22, 2013
Sandie Rios wrote:Jan 2, 2018
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    Giulietti Schouten Architects

    They are quarter figured anigre, laid up horizontally with cherry edge banding. The kitchen was constructed by JDL Development of Portland Oregon. They are custom cabinets. You might check w/ them on who the actual cabinet maker was.

breiman wrote:Dec 9, 2012
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    Giulietti Schouten Architects
    They are quarter figured anigre, laid up horizontally with cherry edge banding. The kitchen was constructed by JDL Development of Portland Oregon.
Stephanie Robert wrote:Nov 9, 2012
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    Giulietti Schouten Architects
    Hi Stephanie, The topic of color and color mixing is too in depth you get into in this forum format . There are full courses of study on this topic. There are a number of web sites and blogs that discuss this topic in more depth than I can get into here. I would suggest referring to some of those. In more general terms, when slecting colors, the key thing, that I have found is is to have actual draw downs made ( large painted samples of the colors that you are considering) made, not just color chips from the paint company. Review the colors side by side in the actual space, under, actual light conditions to see how they go together. This is especially inportant in whites becuase there are so many "whites" to choose from. So called "bright whites" also may vary from one another.

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Vanessa Brunner added this to How to Plan Your Kitchen Storage for Maximum EfficiencyDec 3, 2012

Maximizing Storage and SpaceWhile eliminating storage — particularly upper cabinets — tends to be the best way to visually open a kitchen, it’s still possible to get the storage you need and the open feel you want. In general, maximizing storage can often make a kitchen feel more open because there will be less countertop clutter. Both Ogawa and McKinney suggest devoting one wall entirely to full-height storage, opening up space for a counter and getting rid of the need for upper cabinetry throughout.Consult a kitchen designer near you

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nedavis1 added this to KitchenAug 16, 2019

built-in ovens, wall of storage

helenhelpling
helenhelpling added this to helenhelpling's ideasAug 13, 2019

one wall for full height storage

eruth
eruth added this to KitchenJul 7, 2019

Designers suggest devoting one wall entirely to full-height storage, opening up space for a counter and getting rid of the need for upper cabinetry throughout.

momomoser
momomoser added this to kitchen handlesApr 25, 2019

don't like them horizontal on large cabinet

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