Kitchen and Island looking west toward drivecourtTraditional Kitchen, Burlington

Rob Karosis Photography
www.robkarosis.com

Example of a classic kitchen design in Burlington with wood countertops, an undermount sink, recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets and black appliances —  Houzz
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juliebishop wrote:April 20, 2013
  • cathfleisch
    Could you please share any information on the pendant lights?
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    These are Brass Light Gallery pendants in Brushed Nickel model #VP-103-03M-BN.
nathendo wrote:February 15, 2013
  • ktmguy84
    What color finish are the cabinets? Looks amazing!
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    That is Benjamin Moore's #912-Linen White in a satin impervo finish.
christin77 wrote:October 8, 2013
Stone Eden wrote:March 21, 2012
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    Staged Detroit
    Do these measurements include a dining area. Love that you didn't add the upper cabinets. It makes it feel more like a room to live in.
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    The dimensions between the island and the cabinets is 42 inches. The kitchen dimensions do not include the dining room.
lafro wrote:September 8, 2013
  • Sandy

    This is a huge kitchen and beautiful


  • gmkarr

    I love the pendant lights, can you tell me what brand they are and where they are from?

kandy smith wrote:June 13, 2011
Carole Steiner wrote:April 19, 2011
Jane Neumeyer wrote:June 8, 2014
  • Sandy

    Does the granite have garnets in it? I think I have the same slab but they called ours Thunder White.

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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC

    No garnets in this slab.

dwwark wrote:November 11, 2012
chenxiwang112 wrote:September 23, 2012
  • amycarol
    Hello,
    Beautiful room. Are the cabinets also Linen White?
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    Yes they are also Linen White with the same finish.
Stacey Brawner Interiors wrote:September 9, 2012
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    Stacey Brawner Interiors
    Thanks- that's very helpful!
  • mimi8
    Love this beautifully designed kitchen. I really believe that the newest in kitchen design is headed for the look of no upper cabinetry and more open design with an abundance of windows. This based on the contingency that the kitchen has an ample bit of space for lower storage or a walk-in pantry. We did the same with our kitchen and have loved it!
ardeena wrote:November 26, 2011
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    Millie’s™ All Purpose Penetrating Tung Oil by Sutherland & Wells works very well for surfaces which come in contact with food.
    Hope that helps!
  • bepsf
    You don't stain, seal, varnish or use any finish on butcherblock other than oil if it's meant to be used as a cutting surface - Stains, etc are made from chemicals which will transfer to and poison your food.
John Smagner wrote:February 14, 2018
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC

    This range hood is 32" above the counter and is within the mfr. recommended limits. Check with your range hood manufacturer's recommendations for ideal efficiency.

  • lmmcnitt
    I have a similar vent and it is 32” above the stove. The best feature is the upper shelf which has a warming light above it. Suppose that is a feature with all of these hoods and it’s worth asking about.
Lisa Murad wrote:January 22, 2016
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC

    So, the sconces in the kitchen were a bit of an affair - Special order for using the Cotswald Manor Arm instead of the Classical, taking 7 weeks from deposit, and there was an extra engineering fee. They are the "President's Sconce" from Brass Light Gallery, model #X-CN-202-A4-BN-A161 (X = use Cotswald Manor Arm instead of Classical), Brushed Nickel Finish, (1) 150watt bulb, Shade is #A161 (English Bell Shade in Opal Satine, 2 1/4" fitter), Sourced from the Lighting House in Shelborne, VT (Contact Peter Bay 800-649-2204).

  • Lisa Murad
    Thank you!
kaseyo wrote:September 30, 2012
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    These are from Dirk Elliott tile, number G-110, 6x6. This line has been discontinued, but it appears to be an off-white.
    Hope that helps!
  • kaseyo
    Thank you. I appreciate you always responding to questions!!! Love all you do!
kimfarah wrote:September 13, 2012
ahptt wrote:July 31, 2012
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    Hello,
    This was addressed in previous posts, but here it is again. So, the sconces in the kitchen were a bit of an affair - Special order for using the Cotswald Manor Arm instead of the Classical, taking 7 weeks from deposit, and there was an extra engineering fee. They are the "President's Sconce" from Brass Light Gallery, model #X-CN-202-A4-BN-A161 (X = use Cotswald Manor Arm instead of Classical), Brushed Nickel Finish, (1) 150watt bulb, Shade is #A161 (English Bell Shade in Opal Satine, 2 1/4" fitter), Sourced from the Lighting House in Shelborne, VT (Contact Peter Bay 800-649-2204).
    Hope that helps!
  • ahptt
    Thank you for this information!
patwhite wrote:April 16, 2012
kridner wrote:March 2, 2011
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    KitchenLab Interiors
    I've done this for a few clients and they love it. Stainless cleans up great, but it does have to be cleaned after use.
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    Hello,
    Yes, stainless does clean up very well, and really only requires cleanup after those greasy splatter times.
    Hope that helps!
blondelle wrote:November 4, 2018
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC

    No offense taken, and thank you for the nice comments. We are a collaborative office and the results you see are developed by a team. However, one team member, who is also a founding principal here and a woman, had a hand in this kitchen design. Glad you like it.

lesliekatzman wrote:December 20, 2017
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC

    The side casings are 4 1/2" wide the head casing here consists of a 1/2 inch parting bead, a 5 1/2 inch flat head casing with a custom 1 5/8 inch crown.

Malika Bengston wrote:January 29, 2017
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC

    Sorry, I can't help you with your question. These floors are English tile from Original Style tile with very tight coordination to get the patterns just right -2mm joints.

natelaine wrote:August 28, 2016
T DeFurio wrote:April 10, 2016
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC

    You do need to be somewhat careful as wood will mark more easily than stone. Giving it a good finish with something like Millies Tongue Oil will help it last a good long time. You can always sand and refinish if it begins to look tired over time too.

klyman wrote:September 26, 2015
Carolyn Herbold wrote:June 28, 2014
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    Some glassware can be seen in the island. Other dishes have custom drawers designed to hold them beautifully, without banging around when the drawers are opened. The drawer slides are heavy duty and full extension, with a nice soft-close feature.
annadickson wrote:September 1, 2013
norareynolds wrote:August 23, 2013
arleneward wrote:June 19, 2013
Courtney Bender wrote:April 3, 2013
stucraw wrote:April 1, 2013
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    The cabinet pulls in this kitchen are from Rocky Mountain Hardware in an white bronze with light patina finish.
katiemarren wrote:January 29, 2013
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    Hello,
    These are from Dirk Elliott tile, number G-110, 6x6. This line has been discontinued, but it appears to be an off-white.
    Hope that helps!
marydemo wrote:January 1, 2013
Cissy Rasmussen wrote:September 8, 2012
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    Hello,
    Yes, those are from Rocky Mountain Hardware - they are white bronze with a light patina.
    Hope that helps!
donnask1 wrote:June 13, 2012
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    Hello,
    Those pendants are from Brass Light Gallery - item # VP-103-03M-BN (brushed nickel finish with an overall height of 37 inches.
    Hope that helps!
vivikenny wrote:April 6, 2012
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    Hello,
    The fridge is to the right of the island - four feet from the prep sink and ten feet from the cleanup sink.
    Hope that helps!
scapr wrote:March 6, 2012
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    Hello,
    So, the sconces in the kitchen were a bit of an affair - Special order for using the Cotswald Manor Arm instead of the Classical, taking 7 weeks from deposit, and there was an extra engineering fee. They are the "President's Sconce" from Brass Light Gallery, model #X-CN-202-A4-BN-A161 (X = use Cotswald Manor Arm instead of Classical), Brushed Nickel Finish, (1) 150watt bulb, Shade is #A161 (English Bell Shade in Opal Satine, 2 1/4" fitter), Sourced from the Lighting House in Shelborne, VT (Contact Peter Bay 800-649-2204).
    Hope that helps!
dclmarley wrote:June 10, 2011
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    Hello,
    Sorry to take so long to get back. Please see other posts where the sconce and pendants are identified.
    Thanks.
Marlene Hutchison wrote:May 21, 2015
    lilymunn wrote:August 17, 2014

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      jpockett
      Julia Pockett added this to Accessorize a Traditional Kitchen the Beautiful, Practical WayAugust 31, 2012

      Be really practical and create accessories from your pantry's daily essentials. Decant them into attractive jars and bottles, like in this lovely kitchen.

      mjeresek
      Ivon Street Studio added this to The Ecofriendly Kitchen: Light Your Kitchen RightMay 29, 2012

      Natural daylight without upper cabinets. One of my favorite kitchen design moves is the elimination of upper cabinets in exchange for more windows. I avoid conventional upper cabinets because the space below them — even with undercabinet lighting — is often dark and less usable. Without upper cabinets in this kitchen, the full depth of the perimeter counters is more usable and the work surfaces are bathed in natural light during the day, meaning light fixtures can be comfortably kept off.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      tlmcgann
      tlmcgann added this to Hickory Kitchen5 days ago

      Shelf over stove. Build in dish strainer??

      webuser_931505586
      HU-931505586 added this to My ideasFebruary 5, 2020

      Love the windows flanking the stove.

      lovenest
      lovenest added this to Vail kitchen remodelFebruary 3, 2020

      like shelf on window and less cupboards and more drawers

      margwhite
      margwhite added this to Kitchen Remodel MontbelloJanuary 18, 2020

      no upper shelving. - uncluttered

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