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Ivy Street Kitchen Traditional Kitchen, Denver

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Elegant multicolored floor kitchen photo in Denver with glass-front cabinets, stainless steel appliances, white cabinets, white backsplash and subway tile backsplash — Houzz

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welshden wrote:
How is this done? - Can someone elaborate on how this floor is done? Do the linoleum manufacturers custom cut shapes for the design?
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ashleyb123
Great job Debra! That floor is fantastic!
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Nan
It's so refreshing to see a creative floor that one can live with for as long as the floor lasts. Nice result and a great design!
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lyndiebeth wrote:
New kitchen need floor - Where would I go to get this floor am currently doing a kitchen remodel and would love to do this.
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Stevie
I think that I saw that this floor was featured in an article under linoleum, hope that helps
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Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
This question was answered under one of the other questions by the designer of this great kitchen, Debra Toney, AIA Assoc:
"The shapes are cut from the sheet linoleum and then assembled in the field.5 the seams are welded once the floor laid out."
I'm becoming a huge fan of linoleum!
:) Rhoda
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ali28 wrote:
What is the floor made of? Does something like this usually run on the more expensive side?
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Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
This question was answered under one of the other questions by the designer of this great kitchen, Debra Toney, AIA Assoc:
"The shapes are cut from the sheet linoleum and then assembled in the field.5 the seams are welded once the floor laid out."
I'm becoming a huge fan of linoleum - green and affordable. Designs that are labor intensive add to installation cost.
:) Rhoda
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A K Smith Architects
Very unique look, adds great flair. Bravo
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ricksouth wrote:
Love this kitchen ! - How much does this kitchen cost. I'm on a budget of $40,000.00 Please include all from ceiling to floor..
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Debra Toney, AIA Assoc.
Yes, this one is on the upper end of $70, but there's always more than one way to skin a cat! We can "massage " the selections to get you a similar look on a budget. Let me know if I can help. Debra Toney 303.393,1053. We can work long distance, though this process is a little easier if you have a builder in mind.
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brookelizabeth
Debra, do you have the paint color and mfg or not? Thank you
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Jeanne Noel-Welch wrote:
What material is the floor made of?
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Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
This question was answered under one of the other questions by the designer of this great kitchen, Debra Toney, AIA Assoc:
"The shapes are cut from the sheet linoleum and then assembled in the field.5 the seams are welded once the floor laid out."
I'm becoming a huge fan of linoleum - green and affordable. Designs that are labor intensive add to installation cost.
:) Rhoda
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sahar01

How can we find someone who can do this locally? I'm in Atlanta.

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Elf Elf wrote:
WHY IS THE ANSWER ON WHAT IS THE COUNTERTOP SUCH A BIG SECRET? - WHAT IS THE COUNTERTOP?
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Gather and Spruce Design Remodel

Its not meant to be a big secret, I just dont have access to that file any longer.

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Gather and Spruce Design Remodel

Sorry, but it looks like a quartz product. I'm just not sure what brand!

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css1275 wrote:
Love the pendant lights! - Can you tell me about them.
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Denise
is there anyway to get a response for the lighting question?
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Denise
thx
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Sturman Architects wrote:
What is the flooring, how did you get the shapes in the floor?
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Carol Williams

Flooring

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Sturman Architects

look like a linoleum flooring, not my project.

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Eric Drapeau wrote:
Who is the manufacturer of the barstools?
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Annie Thornton
This is the LEM Piston Stool. I think this is one of the cleanest barstool designs.

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Eric Drapeau
I absolutely agree! Thank you!
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Suzie Q. wrote:
What should I do to be able to read description on right side?
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Gather and Spruce Design Remodel

Hi there! I'm not sure what your seeing so I don't know how to answer your question. What would you like to know about this photo?

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Mary Belechak wrote:
how do you find a marboleum dealer near you? I live in a small town on the coast of Georgia..... - ....and would it be appropriate for rooms other than the kitchen? ie bedrooms?? thoughts??
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nitalong2 wrote:
what color of blue is that?
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brookelizabeth
Yes, please! The color and mfg would be great. I have chips all over my kitchen and am afraid that I am going to end up with "little boy blue"!
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isimeme wrote:
how is the under cabinet light fixed?
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Debra Toney, AIA Assoc.
It's pre wired during construction and then mounted to the underside of the cabinet.
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Dresser Homes wrote:
What material did you use for the hood?
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Debra Toney, AIA Assoc.
This is a wood hood.
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txmomof5 wrote:
What is the specific name/brand of the paint on the blue accent wall?
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Kelly Porter
I don't have the exact color, but Ocean Breeze 2058-60 by Benjamin Moore looks very close.
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torivickie wrote:
What is the name and brand of the blue
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cdavis3017 wrote:
What color are the walls?
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aaferraris wrote:
what are the colors of the Forbo marmoleum floor? Thanks
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Tracy Bush wrote:
love the layout - are there any photos of the rest of the house?
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Angela Berkbigler wrote:
Need help please - Could I please have the color name of that beautiful blue
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sabeck2 wrote:
Cabinetry - What color is the cabinetry?
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kerishawn wrote:
size of island? - what are the dimensions of the island?
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celinesel wrote:
Hi, beautiful countertops: what is it, please? thank you so much!
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mcibiri wrote:
What is the countertop made of?
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muskoka1 wrote:
Could you tell me the length and width of the island. Thanks so much!
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ironwoman1212 wrote:
What is the backsplash? So sleek!
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israelfan wrote:
What is the brand and name of the countertop?
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jennymac1232 wrote:
Could you tell me the dimensions of the island?
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julietigs wrote:
where can you get these pendants?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Janell Beals - House of Fifty added this to 10 Places To Go Bold With Pattern
Floors. With flooring being one of the most expensive surfaces in a home, I'd advise there be absolute certainty that this is the one. But if it is, a patterned floor such as this is both unique and dramatic.
Shawn Gauthier added this to 17 Ideas for Creating Unforgettable Flooring
For a reasonably affordable way to add style to your space, try a linoleum tile design. The oversized graphic patterns bring a heightened sense of dimension to this kitchen.
Lisa Frederick added this to Kitchen Flooring 101: Find Your Material Match
LinoleumPeople tend to confuse linoleum with vinyl, but it's a completely different substance. A staple through the first half of the 20th century, linoleum — an all-natural material made from linseed oil, resins, wood flour and more — fell out of favor as synthetic flooring came into vogue. But in recent years, its green cred and retro-cool look have caught the attention of ecoconscious consumers and style savants. It's perfect for old-fashioned cottages and midcentury interiors.Pros: Much of linoleum's appeal lies in its versatility. Because it comes in just about every color you can imagine, you can go as subtle or as bold as you want. It can be easily cut into one-of-a-kind patterns, such as the circular motif pictured here. Plus, it's affordable, durable and easy to maintain. Cons: Linoleum can wear and fade with time and use. Many manufacturers add a protective coating before the material is sold; without this coating, the floors may need periodic waxing and polishing. Linoleum is also tricky to work with, so even hardcore DIY-ers will likely need help from a pro.Cost: About $4 to $7 per square foot, uninstalled. Custom colors and patterns add to the price tag.More about linoleum and vinyl floors
Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR added this to Design an Easy-Clean Kitchen
Flooring. Opt for flooring that requires just damp mopping and that has no grout lines, such as Marmoleum, linoleum or sheet vinyl. Although hardwood is easy to clean with a dust mop or a damp mop, you must immediately wipe up any spills or splatters, so you’ll find yourself wiping up more often.
Ivon Street Studio added this to Ecofriendly Kitchen: How to Choose Flooring
Linoleum floors. Poor linoleum. Over time it's been confused with ubiquitous and often not-so-nice sheet vinyl, when in fact the two have little in common. True linoleum is made of natural materials, including linseed oil, and is inherently antimicrobial — a pretty neat trait for a kitchen.Linoleum is available in sheets, tiles or planks. If you're not creating a pattern with tiles, I recommend using sheets, as you'll have fewer joints and fewer places for the floor to show its age. Make sure that any adhesives are free of solvents and labeled "no-VOC."Forbo's Marmoleum, the best known linoleum, carries a 25-year warranty and offers more than 120 colors of sheet goods. This kitchen shows how linoleum can be an artist's canvas for color and pattern.
Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to Linoleum, the All-Purpose Flooring Wonder
Linoleum also comes in large sheets that can be laid down as a solid color — or you can have a bit of fun with it. A pattern that's bold and bright and unique to your home is something that you'll only be able to achieve with a material like linoleum. Just don't try to do the installation yourself. Getting the cuts and seams just right will be worth the cost of bringing in some pros.

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