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Example of a mid-sized coastal galley enclosed kitchen design in Other with glass-front cabinets, a farmhouse sink, marble countertops, white cabinets, stainless steel appliances and an island

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Example of a mid-sized coastal galley enclosed kitchen design in Other with glass-front cabinets, a farmhouse sink, marble countertops, white cabinets, stainless steel appliances and an island —  Houzz
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This photo has 18 questions
shelliebellie wrote:Feb 28, 2012
  • PRO

    I'm sorry, I can't find that in the file.

  • paarlberg

    Looks like a viking

dbenulis wrote:Jun 12, 2012
  • esther1275
    Where can I get this island? Do you have the measurements?
  • PRO
    We designed the island and it was built by a local cabinet company. The dimensions are 36" x 84".
laffeye wrote:Dec 24, 2012
  • tullysmum
    Arrhhh!!!! What a wonderful fridge door. Genius!
  • windingcreek_creations
    Every single detail is perfection. LOVE the window to the dining room window. That was genius! Please show us more.
leslieserpas wrote:Jul 18, 2012
ryans73 wrote:Nov 10, 2013
Jennifer Russo wrote:Feb 7, 2013
  • crbedell
    I love the wall mounted light fixtures... where are they from?
  • PRO
    sandyspringsgalleries.com Eloise Pickard makes them from an assortment of old parts.
Molly Scott Interior Design wrote:Jun 14, 2012
  • PRO
    I've found this question WAY later than I should have. Sorry for failing to answer... Eloise Pritchard at Sandy Springs Galleries in Atlanta, GA makes them custom.
  • PRO
dstanley91 wrote:Apr 9, 2013
  • PRO
    Thanks! The cup pulls are from houseofantiquehardware.com
  • Rosefolly

    Love the fridge.

dkassekert wrote:Sep 8, 2012
  • PRO
    The cabinets are B. Moore Georgian Green (HC-115) (thinned by homeowner) and the counter tops are Calcutta Gold marble with a honed finish. Caution: these photographs DO NOT represent the actual color. Always get samples before making a final decision.
  • dkassekert
    Thanks much Houzz Team! You're great and the site is a wonderful source for inspiration.
flygirlred wrote:Apr 13, 2012
  • PRO
    The two that we have on Houzz are the ones that are on our site. The June, 2011 issue of Southern Living may have more. You might be able to find them on their web site.
  • flygirlred
flygirlred wrote:Apr 13, 2012
  • PRO
    We used oak on the fridge (to look like an old ice-box) and heart pine on the countertop (to match the floors).
  • David Rouda

    What specific 700 series subzero is the fridge please? Thx!

The Outdoor Room, LLC wrote:Mar 7, 2012
  • PRO
    It's a sub-zero 700 series in an oak cabinet. The hardware is from Van Dyke's. It's "custom" but not complex.
  • PRO
    The Outdoor Room, LLC
    Thanks for the reply! I'm familiar with Van Dykes!
pdadkins wrote:Oct 19, 2016
  • PRO

    They are custom made by a local craftsman. Carolyn Hultman is the interior designer, maybe she can help with the source.

City of Frontenac wrote:Mar 11, 2015
  • PRO

    Sorry, an very old question I missed. :( I don't have that information.

dardardar wrote:Mar 4, 2013
  • PRO
    Sink: 30” Single Bowl Farmer Sink by Barclay (barclayproducts.com)
maryfahy wrote:Jun 17, 2012
  • PRO
    Eloise Pickard in Atlanta (Sandy Springs Galleries, I think)
sarasundstrom wrote:May 14, 2012
  • PRO
    I found quite a few unread messages last yesterday, I'm sorry that it's taken me 2 years to answer! :( 3 Leg Bridge Kitchen Faucet with Hand Spray (A1458WS) in Polished Nickel; rohlhome.com
gonzie wrote:Mar 8, 2012
  • PRO
    I found that the color you see (a digital photo viewed on your monitor) is NOT the color that you think it is! If you like the color you see, you'll do much better by comparing what you see there with a paint color fan.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Michelle Fries, BeDe Design, LLC added this to 10 Ways to Get the Modern Rustic Farmhouse LookMay 1, 2012

See every detail as an opportunity. Use glass uppers to display your white tableware and add a refrigerator panel that has the appearance of an old icebox. A farm sink will pull it all together.

Lisa Frederick added this to 8 Elements of a Cottage KitchenMar 1, 2012

3. Beadboard. Nothing says cottage kitchen more clearly than beadboard. This grooved style of paneling warms walls and cabinetry and adds architectural interest with a minimum of fuss. Because it has so much visual impact, you don't need much to create a cottage effect. Go the classic route and paint it a creamy color, choose the same hue as your cabinetry or sand it slightly for an aged, distressed look.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

mamaron added this to Villa- Frig6 days ago

What to do with door in basement....

vistavilla52 added this to Kitchens/baths/entries for tile inspirationMay 4, 2019

What i like - vintage aesthetic

vikki360 added this to Kitchen IdeasApr 28, 2019

Notice latches on cabinets silve pulls brass lights

Jason added this to jasdclark's ideasApr 21, 2019

Interesting mix of white cabinets and wood cabinets in kitchen

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