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Urban eat-in kitchen photo in DC Metro with a farmhouse sink

KitchenIndustrial Kitchen, DC Metro

Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.

Urban eat-in kitchen photo in DC Metro with a farmhouse sink —  Houzz
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erindanne wrote:Jun 23, 2013
  • PRO
    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    Hi curlymaple,

    Its from Farrell& Ball, its one of their very elegant offwhites. We know they sampled several before settling on this one.

    If you have other questions about the project, contact us and we will connect you with the principal in charge.
  • curlymaple
    Thank you so much for the offer and your time in responding!
kj922 wrote:Jun 25, 2013
  • tonyarmstrong
    Hi katejacobs,
    I too love the cabinets. We are building a commercial kitchen in our house and have to use stainless steel countertops (regulation non-porous) but are struggling with the under-counter shelving. Open industrial stainless shelving or closed? Steel or wood? Are all your under cabinets refrigeration units or custom? Any links? Thanks so much.
  • PRO
    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    Hi tonyarmstrong,

    In the kitchen pictured all the lower cabinets are enclosed. The stainless steel front cabinets in this image are all refrigerated. The remainder of the lower cabinets are dedicated / configured / customized cabinets for special uses such as knife and utensil storage, tray storage, pot storage, etc.

    You can view the rest of the kitchen and project at the link below:

    http://www.houzz.com/projects/69933/Carriage-House-Renovation

    If you would like to discuss, feel free to call us and we will connect you to the project architect.
Candy Bigwood wrote:Aug 6, 2015
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    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.

    Hi Candy Bigwood,


    Several people have had similar inquires about the open web joist/beam. The beam was existing and we painted with paint appropriate for use on steel. We painted it a warm grey - something like Soho Loft from Benjamin Moore.


    If you have other questions, feel free to call us directly and we will connect you with the architect responsible for this project.

  • Jessica Mody

    You can read Top secrets for Industrial kitchen , you will get the great answer for your question

peterthec61 wrote:Mar 31, 2015
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    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.

    Hi peterthec61,

    The truss was existing to the project. It is actually a beam composed of bar joists. If you are interested in the bar joist form for a beam you can work with your architect and structural engineer to design a similar system.

    We have a had a handful of questions about the structure for this space - the character and qualities are terrific and complicated to reproduce.

    If you would like to know more, contact us directly and we will connect you to the architect responsible for the work and we can explain how we and / or a structural engineer can assist.

  • karaherman

    Hi, what are the floors made of?

johnette wrote:Jun 5, 2014
  • PRO
    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    Hi johnete,

    It's a pretty large table about 10' x 42". The tables and chairs were all salvaged and refinished by the owners. They own and operate a unique vintage furnishing store. They are experts in finding, restoring and renewing older objects. Here''s a link to their store. http://www.goodwooddc.com/

    We have had a number of inquiries about the fittings - you can see more about the project here:

    Kitchen & Dining Room · More Info


    If you have other questions about the project, please call us and we will connect you with the architect repsonsible.
  • johnette
    Thank you!
Rebecca Baskin wrote:Oct 3, 2013
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    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    Hi Rebecca Baskin,

    Thanks for your kind words about this terrific project.

    The height of this space from the floor to the bottom of joists is a little over 9 and half feet. The ceiling and rafters are painted with a primer that permits some of the natural wood color to remain, the silver bowl lighting creates a great mood with the interplay of light and shadow in the exposed joists.

    Feel free to call us directly with any other questions.
  • Rebecca Baskin
    The combination of the silver bowls lights and the primed ceiling gives a marvelous glow to the space.

    Well done. This is my favorite space on the whole of Houzz...
t wrote:Aug 7, 2013
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    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    Hi Tee Marie,

    The shelves were constructed from salvaged lumber on steel brackets that were re-used from the existing wood shop in the space.

    Give us a call and we can tell you how to do it yourself.

    Or if you have other questions about the project, contact us and we will connect you with the principal in charge.
  • t
    Thanks very much for your reply. Doing it ourselves is pretty much out of the question if we need to have the right machinery and tools for it. We don't really have the space for them, or don't really have a reason to have them. Thanks again! Great kitchen! If I had that space - I would love to do something similar to what you guys did.

    P.S. Sorry for asking the same question twice. When I went to see the questions on this kitchen - I didn't see mine there. I knew I had asked, but it wasn't showing up, so I wound up asking again. Very sorry about that!

    Thanks again!
evanskie wrote:Oct 11, 2015
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    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.

    Hi evanskie,

    We had a similar question about the stools from tonyamf. I've copied our response below.

    The two stools are found items / salvaged furniture. The owners of the carriage house are the proprietors of an amazingly unique vintage furnishing store. They are experts in finding, restoring and renewing cast off objects. Here''s a link to their store. http://www.goodwooddc.com/

    If you have other questions about the kitchen or the project, please call us and we will connect you with the architect responsible for this work.

Tonya wrote:Jan 16, 2015
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    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    Hi tonyamf,

    The two stools are found items / salvaged furniture. The owners of the carriage house run an amazingly unique vintage furnishing store. They are experts in finding, restoring and renewing cast off objects. Here''s a link to their store. http://www.goodwooddc.com/

    If you have other questions about the kitchen or the project, please call us and we will connect you with the architect responsible for this work.
donnalenora wrote:Jul 9, 2014
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    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    Hi donnalenora,

    Thanks for your support - We are fond of this project too!

    The kitchen and table area are approximately 33' x 15' and the sitting area adds another 10' x 18', keep in mind that the stair projects into the sitting area.

    If you have other questions about the project, please call us and we will connect you with the architect repsonsible for this effort.
raleigh237 wrote:May 29, 2014
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    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    Hi raleigh237,

    The butcher block island table is a salvage piece. The owners of the carriage house run an amazingly unique vintage furnishing store. They are experts in finding, restoring and renewing older objects. Here''s a link to their store. http://www.goodwooddc.com/

    If you have other questions about the kitchen and the remainder of the project, please call us and we will connect you with the architect responsible.
jdkas wrote:Mar 2, 2014
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    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    Hi jdkas,

    The plumbing lines run on the opposite side of the building, away from what is shown in the photo above. The upstairs "wet" areas stack over the bath and laundry on this level and are out of sight.

    We worked hard to keep the ceiling uncomplicated.

    If you would like to learn more, please call us and we will be glad to connect you with the architect responsible for the project.
Mesh Interior Design wrote:Jan 25, 2014
  • PRO
    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    Hi Mesh Interior Design,

    Your best source for these stainless steel cabinets will be a commercial kitchen equipment supplier. The steel drawers are sourced as accessories for stainless steel work tables. They can be outfitted with special drawers / features for utensil storage, tray storage, pot storage, etc.

    We noted for tonyarmstrong that a majortity of the the stainless steel front cabinets in this image are all refrigerated.

    An alternative source would be ebay - many kitchens are renovated and upgraded - and this equipment shows up in a variety of places.

    If you would like to discuss this further, please call and we will connect you to the architect for this project.
amechan wrote:Jul 16, 2013
  • PRO
    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    Hi amechan,

    The lighting consists of pendant sockets suspended from the ceiling framing. The lamps are incandescent silver bowl light bulbs that provide a terrific indirect light with the light colored ceiling.

    You can find these bulbs online and at many lamp and bulb suppliers. The wattage is either 75 or 100W, we have these fixtures on dimmers so the light level can be better managed.

    If you have other questions about the project, contact us and we will connect you with the principal responsible for the project.
Rhea Wilson wrote:Jun 26, 2013
  • PRO
    Bennett Frank McCarthy Architects, Inc.
    Hi Rhea Wilson,

    From the exterior door to the inside corner of the cabinet line with the sink is a little over 30'. It's a great dimension for the dining table and work table area.

    If you have other questions about the project, feel free to call us and we will connect you with the partner responsible for this project.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

vanessa_brunner
Vanessa Brunner added this to Houzz Tour: Bootlegging Past, Quirky Supper Club PresentJun 13, 2013

Entertaining, cooking and eating are big parts of the Kahoes' life. "They didn't want a kitchen and a dining room as much as a kitchen with a large table in it," says architect Shawn Buehler. Dan and Anna want their guests to be in the kitchen for all parts of the meal — even cleanup. Sink: Shaw's Original Farmhouse, Rohls; stove: Wolf

What Houzzers are commenting on:

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kejho2 added this to Kitchen6 days ago

Table with stools and cookware hanging

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kpatullo added this to condoApr 27, 2019

industrial style track lighting

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Rogue Home Repair added this to Wagner CreekMar 26, 2019

These show some cool drawers and cabinets

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