Island Dreams Kitchen Remodel in Afton, MNTraditional Kitchen, Minneapolis

Traditional kitchen remodel project by Sawhill Custom Kitchens & Design. Looking to remodel your home? Visit our website at www.sawhillkitchens.com to see more project photos and download our free remodeling guide.

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bluemyrtle45 wrote:Sep 11, 2013
adnovak wrote:Feb 23, 2013
lesley92 wrote:Dec 30, 2012
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    The back splash is ceramic tiles, with horizontal glass pencil tiles
  • Lisabeth Moore
    I love this, everything is close, closed, and efficient.
wezy wrote:Dec 13, 2012
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    The antique finish was done by the fabricator that we use prior to installation. It does not affect the maintenance of the granite. It makes fingerprints, crumbs, etc. harder to see which is great. The color is mostly black on this granite. There are other granites out there that are browner in color. You could check with your local granite yard to see what they carry. I hope that your new counters turn out well! Thank you for the interest in our kitchen!
  • loulou2310
    Genius!
Heba Kadora wrote:Mar 14, 2014
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    Are you still looking for us to email you the picture?
  • Georgia Poythress
    Wpoythress@comcast.net please send picture to me also. Need to show my husband, the visual one here.
1dhanisba wrote:Feb 27, 2014
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    I'm sorry but that was the homeowner's cookbook holder. I would suggest a Google search using "Metal Cookbook Holder." I just did, and there are many and some may be similar to this one.
  • sherrihf
    Go to eBay and look up Southern Living at Home Cookbook Stand. There's one listed right now (5/9/14) for 14.99. Looks very similar to the one in the photo from what can be seen.
tafovi wrote:Dec 15, 2012
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    Yes it is an "angled plug mold that is available in a variety of width.s In this project we used one's manufactured by Task Lighting Corporation.
  • joyful_lady
    Do this instead of the applicance garage currently in the plans. This will work extremly well. :o)
hanlinlin wrote:Aug 19, 2014
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    Hello! The unit is 12" deep. That should be a standard dimension for most cabinets. But if the space allows it could be deep in order to house larger appliances.
Annelie Rosenblum wrote:Jan 31, 2014
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    The tile came from a local Minneapolis tile shop, but here is their information:
    Brick Pattern Travertine, Rhomboid Travertine, Bullets Multi-Color Travertine and Brown Travertine Mini Pencil

    Ceramic Tileworks
    International Market Square
    Minneapolis, MN 55405
    612-333-7100
mtrieger wrote:Aug 20, 2013
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    The manufacture of the hardware is Top Knobs. www.topknobs.com

What Houzz contributors are saying:

mitchell_parker
Mitchell Parker added this to Considering a New Kitchen Gadget? Read This FirstJan 28, 2014

Can you use your hands? Cooking is a hands-on process, and that’s the way it should be. For most of us, it’s relaxing and therapeutic. There’s a subtle joy in chopping vegetables, measuring ingredients and working with your hands and simple tools. Once you take that out of the equation and surrender that control to a hulking, electric, ear-splitting gadget, you’ve relinquished the soul that goes into making good food. And face it: You’re not ever likely to cook a meal for a hundred on a Friday night. That means you probably won’t get much use out of large appliances and gadgets meant to do a simple task at a high volume.

amberhopman
Amber Hopman added this to The 15 Most Popular Kitchen Storage Ideas on HouzzAug 2, 2013

7. Appliance garage. Just about all of us could use a clutter-free countertop, which is why appliance garages are popular. More than 160,000 users like this design, which keeps a blender, toaster and mixer nearby but out of sight.

bud_dietrich
Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to The Best Places to Stash Small Kitchen AppliancesNov 28, 2012

With an outlet or two in the back wall, the appliances will be ready to use when needed and hidden from sight when not.

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nrdyer
Nadean Dyer added this to August 2019 kitchenAug 5, 2019

I like having an appliance garage with an outlet in the back for four appliances

denimandlace
denimandlace added this to Kitchen IdeasAug 5, 2019

Idea to turn utility cupboard on side like this under MW cabinet. For Clean countertops It’s a trade-off, you either clutter the kitchen counters with your daily-use appliances, or you store them away in inaccessible cabinets. But what if you could have your cake and eat it too?What if you could keep your gadgets handy, yet hide them away when not in use? A simple solution to your problem is the ‘appliance garage’. All you need is a tiny nook of counter space and a collapsible door.

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