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Industrial Chic Transitional Kitchen, London
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Impeccably Done wrote:
Love the base cabinets! Can you tell me more about them? - The is a simply inspired use of materials. I love the juxtaposition of textures, materials and surfaces. Can you tell me what the base cabinets are made of? Is how did you achieve the "ribbed" grained look of the wood? I am very intrigued and would love any details you might be able to share.
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I would like to know as well! :)

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me too!

badbren wrote:
Is the floor tiles or actually wood? Color and who makes them?
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It looks like Frosted Maple Hardwood from Lowes

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christ28 wrote:
Base cabinets - I love the rough cut wood- the texture is incredible. Was this lumber milled like this or was it distressed after installment? Also- what kind of wood are the base cabinets? They look fantastic!
Ramona wrote:
Base Cabinets - I know others have asked this, but could you please provide information (type or wood and technique) for the beautiful base cabinets? Thank you!
Kim wrote:
Upper Cabinet Color? - I would love the upper cabinet color and supplier please, BEAUTIFUL! Especially with the over all look with the wood cabinets!
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Cheryl Freedman added this to 14 Indie Kitchen Designs That Stand Out From the Pack
Reclaimed materials. Building kitchen cabinets from reclaimed wood instantly creates a lovely log cabin vibe. The rough, natural, slightly unkempt finish is pleasingly casual, while the variation in tone adds warmth and character. Find a local carpenter who can help you realize your vision, and source wood from local reclamation yards or online.
Sam Ferris added this to Kitchen Confidential: 7 Ways to Mix and Match Cabinet Colors
6. Play with texture. Mix different colors with different textures, as this transitional kitchen does. It combines a midnight blue painted finish on its upper cabinets with a grainy wood veneer on its lower cabinets. Exploring textures like wood and metal along with color can give you a kitchen design that breaks the mold.
Coral Interiors added this to A Stylist’s Secrets for Giving Your Kitchen the Wow Factor
Mix up materials. You don’t have to have the same finish or style for your upper and lower cabinets. In this kitchen, the rough-hewn wood of the lower cabinets ties in beautifully with the classic and dramatic units above. The softness and warmth of the wood are the perfect foil to the high contrast of the dark gray and white.

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lherlocker added this to Kitchen Remodel
Look at those glass cabinets and the tile backdrop! Interesting wood on bases

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