History is in the detailsTraditional Kitchen, Boston

Kitchen designed and constructed by Jewett Farms + Co. Cabinetry. Antique Oak floors by Jewett Farms + Co. Flooring. Photos by Eric Roth

Elegant kitchen photo in Boston with a single-bowl sink, recessed-panel cabinets and dark wood cabinets —  Houzz
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laurafogden wrote:Apr 27, 2013
  • Andrea Horvack
    Gorgeous!! Thank you for taking the time to answer me. We've already installed a character oak wide plank, I'm not sure we will get the same rich color...but I have them doing one area in a clear poly just in case :-) thanks again!
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    Jewett Farms + Co.
    Andrea if you have a coat or two of tung oil put down first the new floor will gain a richer more aged look prior to the clear topcoat.
Vivian H wrote:Sep 11, 2014
  • lisafilla
    Any way to get the formula for the blue/black cabinets? We have a friend doing ours, and I LOVE these. I would be happy to pay for the formula.
    Also do these cabinets have a "finish" on them or just an oil finish. I like that they are very matte looking as well as the color.
  • Teresa Valadez Ganem

    Also, what type of wood are the cabinets?

Em wrote:Jun 7, 2013
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    ANN SACKS - Texas
    Our Chrysalis Fish Scale glass mosaic offers a very similar pattern. You can view the complete collection, including all of the glass colors available for customization, on our Website here - http://tinyurl.com/6e39rwk - Don't hesitate to get in touch direct if we can get any samples out to you 214 742 8453 or dallas@annsacks.com. - TAMARA | Design & Sales Associate
  • Em
    Thanks! I'll check out your site.
chantalallam wrote:Mar 18, 2015
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    Oak & Broad

    Previous comments show the floor is reclaimed oak flooring with a clear top coat and natural patina.

  • PRO
    Jewett Farms + Co.

    Thanks Oak & Broad - that's correct.

Jennifer Parker wrote:Jan 20, 2014
ckg12171 wrote:Mar 8, 2014
linamae wrote:Oct 9, 2013
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    Jewett Farms + Co.
    This is a tile backsplash from Ann Sacks.
ranellconine wrote:Oct 7, 2013
tlc14 wrote:Sep 19, 2013
  • PRO
    Jewett Farms + Co.
    Unfortunately not. This is the bulk of it - to the right is a laundry area and the pantry area moves into a dining room.
teach917 wrote:May 11, 2017
    David Bell wrote:Jan 16, 2017

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Jess McBride added this to 11 Quirky Features Worth Preserving in Historic HomesSep 7, 2016

      4. Butler’s pantry. Here’s one facility that has stood the test of time. Butler’s pantries were a common feature of estates during the Victorian and Edwardian ages, and housed the family’s fine china and silver. The butler spent much of his time here, prepping platters of food and guarding the precious stemware and cutlery. They’re still around today, but they bear little resemblance to their stark utilitarian predecessors. Today, the storage cabinets themselves may be equally or more glamorous than the implements stored there.

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