Kitchen RenovationsTransitional Kitchen, Minneapolis

Large transitional u-shaped dark wood floor and brown floor eat-in kitchen photo in Minneapolis with gray cabinets, white backsplash, stainless steel appliances, an island, raised-panel cabinets, a farmhouse sink, solid surface countertops, white countertops and ceramic backsplash —  Houzz
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pscrna wrote:July 22, 2015
  • lisa_burgess40

    Who makes the beveled arabesque tile in ivory coast?

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    thebuilderdepot

    Gloucester Fields Ceramic Tile

Corinha Design wrote:July 7, 2015
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    Pike Properties

    That refrigerator is killer. We have used it in a few of our builds!

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  • jse9vans

    Who is the refrigerator by?

Mary Zavardino wrote:March 20, 2015
Samantha Gomez Sanger wrote:August 21, 2014
timmy08 wrote:November 9, 2014
  • amy116574

    OH NO! I need help! Inspiration without solutions is frustrating. LOL. Why don't you open up a separate division for the service / support aspect?

  • pdxpat1

    In the time it took to post that "We created our Houzz page for inspirational use" comment ^^, Revision LLC could have made quite a few people happy by mentioning the cabinet colour.

wheelereliz wrote:September 18, 2014
mommabearmckiel wrote:February 16, 2015
facentet wrote:January 27, 2015
  • wendyclbrown
    And definitely Restoration Hardware
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    Revision LLC

    All of the furnishings were specified through
    Sarah at Elsie Interiors. Please contact her for further details and
    pricing regarding the stools.

ldisanto wrote:January 19, 2015
Carrie Galvez wrote:February 13, 2015
jennipryor wrote:January 9, 2015
  • Marilyn M
    Is the island top, one piece? And what is the material? Thank you!
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    Revision LLC

    Yes, It was a version of Crema Marfil that was cut a few year ago.

katie carpenter wrote:December 23, 2014
tracileake wrote:October 22, 2015
Christina Baron wrote:August 22, 2015
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    Revision LLC

    All of the furnishings were specified through
    Sarah at Elsie Interiors. Please contact her for further details and
    pricing.

  • jonahpo

    I've seen similar ones at restoration hardware

Nancy Zivney wrote:January 19, 2015
Nancy Zivney wrote:January 8, 2015
  • mkatieq
    The pendants look like the Mr Brown Paris lantern.
  • kaplansresidence
    what wood is the flooring
amyblyons wrote:November 15, 2014
  • Kim Hembrook
    The counter stools are restoration hardware…I have them in my kitchen, but know that the caning on the seats tears easily
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    Revision LLC

    All of the furnishings were specified through
    Sarah at Elsie Interiors. Please contact her for further details and pricing regarding the stools.

rcminion wrote:October 4, 2014
Maggie Constant wrote:September 8, 2014
Susanna Renzy wrote:June 14, 2017
  • Heather Mac
    Hi Susana, some ideas are:
    . paint, either the fruit design tiles or the entire backsplash
    . stick on squares, or mirror tiles over the fruit tiles
    . metal backslash, chalk board, or similar over top of whole area, no removal of existing tiles necessary
    That's all that comes to mind. Good luck!
  • Heather Mac
    I also might risk cork. I've never tried it but it comes in rolls, is affordable in the veneer format and if it gets water stains, you could replace a strip.
Nancy Zivney wrote:January 12, 2015
jsgshop wrote:December 31, 2014
hanna01w wrote:December 2, 2014
S P B wrote:November 29, 2014
  • Kris G
    Look at smith noble but it looks custom.
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    Revision LLC

    All of the furnishings were specified through
    Sarah at Elsie Interiors. Please contact her for further details and pricing regarding the shade.

Kristen Jorgensen wrote:November 24, 2014
brandon8 wrote:November 18, 2014
smw1502 wrote:November 6, 2014
G B wrote:November 2, 2014
  • alanacarroll

    What is the ceiling height?

  • codo143

    How high is this ceiling?

lynne1087 wrote:October 13, 2014
  • hexade
    Please let me know the paint color and brand
    Thanks
  • superhead
    It's all about the lights it make it look like a nice Touch
bpgil1 wrote:September 21, 2014
queenira wrote:September 15, 2014
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    Revision LLC

    The island is 8'6 x 4'6.

  • Alen Keri

    Approximate cost of the island?

gold1nlm wrote:September 11, 2014
mcoliadis wrote:June 4, 2017
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    Oak & Broad

    mcoliadis you are right. Those look like Plain Sawn grain Oak floors. I cant tell the stain color. It looks custom.

Gail Waugh wrote:February 26, 2017
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    Revision LLC

    The floor are white oak and the stain was an antique brown

Jennifer Pregler wrote:November 6, 2016
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    Oak & Broad

    Jennifer Pregler, those are site finished Plain Sawn Oak floors. The stain color looks very custom.

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Chris Harman wrote:October 30, 2016
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    Oak & Broad

    Chris Harman, thats site finished Plain Sawn Oak. We sent a similar floor to a client in CA recently.

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amlynnz80 wrote:September 25, 2016
Sandra Salmon wrote:February 4, 2016
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    Revision LLC

    We
    created our Houzz page for inspirational use and due to the volume of
    inquiries, we are unable to give an immediate response to all questions
    regarding design, material, and color information. Our full time job is to
    remodel homes; our Houzz profile was created to simply provide inspiration to
    those looking to build or remodel. When we have the opportunity, we try to
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addylawson wrote:October 29, 2015
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    Revision LLC

    All of the furnishings were specified through Sarah at Elsie Interiors. Please contact her for further details and pricing regarding the lanterns.

Elise Gum wrote:October 21, 2015
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    Oak & Broad

    Its an Oak floor. Color looks similar to Jacobean.

shein123 wrote:September 13, 2015
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    Revision LLC

    The island is 8'6 x 4'6.

    The kitchen is 19'-8 1/4 x 8'-4 1/2 not including the space behind the stools.

smahdavian wrote:September 3, 2015
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    Revision LLC

    All of the furnishings were specified through
    Sarah at Elsie Interiors. Please contact her for further details and pricing regarding the corbels.

Jackie Smith wrote:June 22, 2015
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    Oak & Broad

    Its an Oak floor. Color looks similar to Jacobean.

Amanda wrote:June 11, 2015
Alejandro Grundseth wrote:February 26, 2015
  • Jason Wemer
    The part of the island facing the photographer is custom trim and would have been fabricated onsite. The other side would be cabinets. Counter fabed offsite by counter/granite trade.
amason6422 wrote:February 22, 2015
  • ejrnr
    I just love the colour of these cupboards,in fact the whole look is great,thanks for sharing.
ragapplejoe wrote:January 20, 2015
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    Revision LLC

    The island is 8'6 x 4'6.

    The kitchen is 19'-8 1/4 x 8'-4 1/2 not including the space behind the stools.

brandon8 wrote:November 14, 2014
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    Revision LLC
    Please contact Sarah at Elsie Interiors for further information about the pendant lights.
Liza McCune wrote:November 13, 2014
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    Revision LLC

    This is a (honed) Crema Marfil countertop.

decorstuff12 wrote:October 20, 2014
  • sherry0117
    This looks like Subzero 36" frig and 36" freezer placed side by side with 72" grill. This is what I am doing in our new construction. But I could be wrong.
klwhouse1 wrote:October 3, 2014
  • Lydia Gentry

    What color of paint did you use on cabinets


artela wrote:September 14, 2014
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    Revision LLC

    Thank you for the compliment! All of the furnishings were specified through
    Sarah at Elsie Interiors. Please contact her for further details and pricing regarding the chairs.

Green Zebre Vintage Home wrote:September 13, 2014
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    Oak & Broad
    The floor stain looks like Jacobean over Oak.
monicac7569 wrote:September 11, 2014
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    Revision LLC

    This is a (honed) Crema Marfil countertop.

ttkdesign wrote:September 10, 2014
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    Revision LLC

    The island is 8'6 x 4'6.

    The kitchen is 19'-8 1/4 x 8'-4 1/2 not including the space behind the stools.

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                                                    What Houzz contributors are saying:

                                                    david_warfel51
                                                    David K Warfel at LightCanHelpYou.com added this to The 5 Layers of a Well-Lit KitchenJanuary 9, 2018

                                                    Layer 3: Lights for Feeling Showcase lights, also known as accent lights, all have one thing in common: They help a space feel more inviting and comfortable. Whether you use illuminated cabinets, chandeliers, sconces or pendants, showcase lights should be visible from wherever you stand or sit in the kitchen. That way you’ll get the benefit of this feel-good lighting at all times. Showcase lights might also help you perform functional tasks in the kitchen, but their main purpose is to draw attention and make a room feel complete.

                                                    marieflanigan
                                                    Marie Flanigan Interiors added this to 6 Bar Stool Styles That Work in (Almost) Every KitchenNovember 27, 2017

                                                    Giving in to the dark side can be a good thing, as demonstrated by the deep color of these X-back stools. The decision to go bold really brings the drama and makes a statement that a lighter and more predictable version of the stools would have lacked.Browse X-back bar and counter stools

                                                    What Houzzers are commenting on:

                                                    ecaterina_berzan
                                                    Ecaterina Berzan added this to Ecaterina's ideas2 days ago

                                                    Very nice, especially the colours

                                                    rezieske
                                                    rezieske added this to Kitchen Island3 days ago

                                                    this kitchen is too dark with perimeter grey and the island white

                                                    webuser_8527020
                                                    Susan O'Neill added this to Kitchen Remodel3 days ago

                                                    Bar could be white, rest of kitchen gray

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