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gpolanco wrote:Oct 3, 2013
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    Heimsath Architects
    No it is full 3/4" planks, However we have a similar floor in another project that was engineered, so it is available.
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    Oak & Broad
    Natural finish across Hickory/Pecan is a great choice. Your installers and finishers did a great job.
abigraff wrote:Jan 19, 2016
plpp wrote:May 3, 2014
  • plpp
    Thanks, but you have made my choice more difficult! I would be using cherry wood, but with a walz (think that is the name) fruitwood stain. It almost looks like what the natural stain, in your picture, darkens to. My thought was if you actually stain the cherry a little (fruitwood is one over from natural), it doesn't darken as much as natural cherry, especially if you use a uv protectant and it would stay closer to original stain. Does that makes sense? Really appreciate your help and your good work.
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    Heimsath Architects
    Cherry is hard. On the plus side, unless you are extremely attuned to color, I don't think there is going to be a huge color difference between the two. I know that when you are comparing them side by side it seems that the difference is large, but when you only have one of them to look at and it is something you look at everyday, most likely you will forget that there was a difference. I don't really even notice the cabinets are darker, except when an issue like this comes up. In fact, your question spurred me to check. Some places the change was even less than in the picture. Also cherry has natural variation in the wood (part of its charm) so the stain is going to take differently and you will have a range of color.
sheneal wrote:Nov 25, 2013
  • houssaon

    It darkens quite a bit. I would be very unhappy.

  • ritting28
    I have natural cherry cabinets that have a stain that is only a pinch darker than the natural cherry wood. It has only darkened a tiny bit in 5 years. Very pretty wood.
atownbman wrote:Aug 14, 2013
  • dhoefler
    What is the brand & color of these floors? Where can I buy them?
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    Heimsath Architects
    The floors are a actual 3/4" hardwood planks in mix of hickory and pecan (very similar woods). They were finished in situ, so it is a lumber product that the hardwood floor installer provided, not a retail brand. That is not to say you shouldn't be able to find them, it is just that i don't have a specific brand. The finish is natural. I am sure a good local installer or supplier could tell you where you could get the wood.
peggyburr wrote:Feb 18, 2013
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    Heimsath Architects
    The perimeter counters are Caeserstone in Egg Shell, the island counter is Icestone in Sage pearl.
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    CaraGreen

    Gotta love IceStone. It looks beautiful here. Thanks for sharing the image!

skandi55 wrote:Jan 3, 2017
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    Oak & Broad

    skandi55 those look like Hickory floors with a clear natural finish.

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Paige Lee Interiors wrote:Dec 1, 2015
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kristendoyle10 wrote:Jul 12, 2013
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    Heimsath Architects
    The green on the kitchen walls is RL VM101 Climbing Lily. The yellow of the family room is BM HC-36 Hepplewhite Ivory. The Island paint is BM HC-116 Guilford Green.
jajed wrote:Jan 13, 2013
lauratio wrote:Sep 19, 2012
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    Heimsath Architects
    I don't know about European distribution, but the hood is made by Electrolux. Model # RH36PC60G S. We have been real happy with it thus far. Keep in mind that if you have a really tight construction envelope, you might want to consider providing make-up air at the unit. We have a fan on a switch that provides outside air to the cabinet below the cooktop so the fan vent does not depressurize the house.
muximaus wrote:Apr 18, 2012
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    Heimsath Architects
    It is a hickory/pecan mix. Hickory and pecan are very closely related and I think the mix is probably more about what is available to get the color mix. The floors have a natural finish and are the standard 3/4" solid plank. In case anyone else is wondering, the cabinets are a natural finish cherry. The beams (and all of the other beams in the house) are douglas fir.

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Mathew Steiner added this to Vicki's KitchenJul 25, 2019

red/orange cabinets with gray like your hutch you painted

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Jennifer Parsons added this to KitchenJun 19, 2019

Reversed. Painted under counters natural under island d

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Diane LaMont added this to My ideasMay 22, 2019

I do not like the beams or floor...too much the same

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lsimon62 added this to lsimon62's IdeasMay 19, 2019

Shows how the cherry darkens over time

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Sofia L added this to Range on islandMar 6, 2019

better with two tier counter on island

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marloandscott added this to 255 YBP - Wood FlooringFeb 26, 2019

more harsh color variation and character than ideal

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jepstein4031 added this to Kitchen ColorFeb 21, 2019

Too much wood, but like color mix

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