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Enclosed kitchen - large rustic l-shaped slate floor and multicolored floor enclosed kitchen idea in Other with raised-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, an undermount sink, granite countertops, multicolored backsplash, colored appliances, an island and slate backsplash

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Rustic kitchen cabinets with green Viking appliances. Cabinets were built by Fedewa Custom Works. Warm, sunset colors make this kitchen very inviting. Steamboat Springs, Colorado. The cabinets are knotty alder wood, with a stain and glaze we developed here in our shop.

Enclosed kitchen - large rustic l-shaped slate floor and multicolored floor enclosed kitchen idea in Other with raised-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, an undermount sink, granite countertops, multicolored backsplash, colored appliances, an island and slate backsplash —  Houzz
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ptoone wrote:Nov 8, 2013
  • PRO
    Fedewa Custom Works

    Laura, Quartz is much more of a durable surface. It's practically bullet proof. It won't stain. Marble, especially the lighter colors, can stain fairly easily. Quartz is the new "go to", for low maintenance.

  • Laura Cooper

    Thanks so much for your reply! We are getting more and more confused about which type is the best. We were told that marble was "it", but now I'm seeing that might not be the case. Is that countertop in the Steamboat Springs kitchen )the one w/ the rustic alder cabinets) quartz?

mmna wrote:Sep 10, 2013
  • Julie Goodall
    Any chance we can find out the stain and glaze colors? I don't know how to describe this beautiful "sedona red" shade to a furniture manufacturer. The samples we received were darker red.
  • PRO
    Fedewa Custom Works
    Julie, our finisher mixed several different colors from M.L. Campbell (our finish manufacturer) to get this color, so there isn't a color name we can give. There is warm colored lighting which makes the cabinetry even more caramel colored. I'd describe it as having orange and brown tones, rather than red tones. If the finisher for your furniture company wants to call us and speak with Leif, the shop manager and finisher, he may be able to get some direction. 970-879-1174. The finisher should view this picture, instead of relying on you to verbalize it.
Liz Salvo wrote:Apr 29, 2013
  • caralin
    What is the wall color?
  • PRO
    Fedewa Custom Works
    Caralin, We only provided the cabinetry, so I don't know the exact wall color. JMR Construction built this house. Mike Ramsey is the owner of JMR. His email is mikeramsey@springsips.com. If you ask him, reference the "Collins Kitchen wall color". Also, when you comment onto an existing question it does not prompt me to "answer a new question". I just happened to notice there was a new comment on this old question.
debgaines wrote:May 7, 2013
  • jancrosland
    What is the wood and stain of the cabinets?
  • cdetheridge
    What type of wood are these cabinets.
cricketsler wrote:Nov 18, 2012
  • cricketsler
    Thank you! So you say you custom made them? I'm curious if you also put the raised pegs in the doors and, if so, how you put them in? Are they false pegs, or are they actually hammered into the wood or serving a functional purpose?
  • PRO
    Fedewa Custom Works
    They are actual wooden pegs that get hammered into each door. Then when we distress the doors, the edges of the pegs get worn back off, creating an eased edge. I believe the guys drill a round hole, then chisel it square and hammer in a small wooden square peg. There is no real purpose, except that it's intended to mimic an old fashioned method of furniture making in which the carpenters used mortise and tenon joints to hold things together. It's more of a decoration now. A very easy method that produces a similar look without all the effort is metal nail heads that can be hammered in during fabrication or after, by the homeowner. Rockler.com has some great little hammered nail heads we use quite often. You should drill a small pilot hole before hammering them in. :)
rayannaleigh wrote:Feb 23, 2019
huihaworth wrote:Oct 8, 2015
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    Fedewa Custom Works

    Hi, this question had been asked before. It's a popular backsplash.

    The backsplash is by Jeffrey Court. It's Chapter 9, Slate Fire & Ice Brick.http://jeffreycourt.com/chpt9_natural_slate_quartz_mosaics.asp

    It was supplied by Interior Surroundings 970-870-8701 in Steamboat Springs, CO.

    I do not know what the floor was. It's a slate for sure. Maybe Colorado Slate. Any custom tile shop should be able to look at it and tell you.

  • huihaworth

    Thank you very much for your reply. I really appreciate it.

D. H. wrote:May 5, 2017
deermeat123 wrote:Jun 18, 2015
  • PRO
    Fedewa Custom Works

    I'm sorry, we only supplied the cabinetry. The home owner purchased the rug.

Crandall Custom Homes wrote:May 5, 2015
moqt wrote:Jan 14, 2015
  • PRO
    Fedewa Custom Works
    This photo was posted by the cabinet company, not the homeowners. I'm not sure where they got these, sorry.
deallen wrote:Oct 15, 2014
  • PRO
    Fedewa Custom Works
    Hi. This question was already asked. Here was the answer...
    We made these cabinets in our shop. The homeowner customized the door style her self, but it's a raised panel door style with 8 square raised wooden pegs per door. There are 4 pegs per drawer front. The wood is knotty alder wood. The color was a custom match that we did in our shop, it does not have a name. It was a stain and glaze finish with some distressing as well.
Ed Leimgardt Contracting Inc. wrote:Mar 7, 2014
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    Fedewa Custom Works
    The Range and Hood are made by Viking. Any high end appliance store should be able to order them where you live. I believe they discontinued this color. It was a sage green color. http://www.vikingrange.com/
Dawn Marie Design wrote:Nov 30, 2013
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    Fedewa Custom Works
    We supplied the cabinetry for the job, so I do not have the paint color for the walls. I'll ask the contractor and see if he has that information for you.
katomca wrote:Aug 5, 2013
chrismiller wrote:Sep 3, 2012

What Houzzers are commenting on:

KRISTEN QUINLAN added this to KitchenApr 12, 2019

Geoff: Thats a real natural, country look. It would be too hard to work into the hardwood flooring. Kristen: I don't even know what to say about this.

shinmo added this to kitchenApr 9, 2019

Glass front tip-top cabinets...?

fluaggie added this to FV IdeasMar 22, 2019

Lots of knotty alder. Glass cabinets

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