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Elegant l-shaped kitchen photo in Atlanta with a farmhouse sink, paneled appliances, raised-panel cabinets, white cabinets, marble countertops, white backsplash and subway tile backsplash
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Elegant l-shaped kitchen photo in Atlanta with a farmhouse sink, paneled appliances, raised-panel cabinets, white cabinets, marble countertops, white backsplash and subway tile backsplash —  Houzz

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jlynnbarrett wrote:Jun 21, 2011
pennyshepherd_hill wrote:Aug 29, 2011
mslatte wrote:Sep 1, 2011
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    Circa Lighting in Atlanta.
  • mslatte
    Thank you, I did manage to track them down. As someone new to this site when I originally asked this question, didn't realize the green tags were for product info.
pasterik wrote:Sep 2, 2011
  • lisasheehanbrothers
    Ceramic tile for kitchen
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    Hi Lisa! This tile is Sonoma Tilemakers, Stellar, in creamy crackly 2x8. Specialty Tile sells it in Orlando & Atlanta & Tampa & Savannah. If you need an alternate city you can look them up at www.sonomatilemakers.com.
Grant Marks wrote:Sep 23, 2011
  • fern hill
    Oh, I see now that the cabinet is 24". I was forgetting the range was 48!
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    Yes, I believe 12' is correct.
grammielinda wrote:Jan 27, 2012
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    Hmmm. I would say two.
  • grammielinda
    Thanks, that is what I was thinking. I am so impressed to receive answers so quickly, what a great site!
Julie wrote:Jan 28, 2012
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    @Sharon Finlay: The ceiling ht is 10'.

    Gary Dresser, Dresser Homes

  • blondelle
    I know this is an older thread but Walker Zanger has a creamy white shiny or matte subway tile in 2x6 for about $16 sf. Goes with the IKEA Grimslov or Bodbyn too. It's the white color in their 6th Avenue line. Maybe it will help someone who comes across the thread.
grammielinda wrote:Feb 1, 2012
  • pantry
    My sink is a 30" Whitehaus with a 33" apron cabinet from Kraftmaid, in the Parkdale line of semi-custom cabinets. (I just measured it.) The Bondo filler that I mentioned above resulted in a perfect finish: I applied it, sanded the finish and kept applying and sanding until I built up the filled-in space to be flush with the cabinet. Then I used the expensive Kraftmaid paint over it and the match is unbelievable. It's perfect, and I'm one of those people whose almost impossible to work with because I'm so picky. I had all of my granite pulled out and replaced, and my floors all re-sanded at no cost because each job was significantly flawed. Of course, you have to be committed to putting lots of TLC into the work if you're going to do it yourself and have it come out right.
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    You can find the Rohl RC3018 30" sink here - it's one of our best selling fireclay sinks!

stanton172 wrote:Feb 3, 2012
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    It is a Kitchenaid with overlay panels. Personally, I prefer the Subzero. It is probably a few thousand dollars more but I think it is worth it. Especially if you are looking for a built-in look. And their new model has an ice/water dispenser in the door now.
Hhhhh wrote:Feb 18, 2012
  • Kelly
    Can the Countertops be sealed to avoid rings and such? If red wine were to get on it, and would it be there forever?! I adore the white marbles but am a little afraid!!
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    Even when they are sealed, marble counters are very easily "etched" by anything with acidic that comes into contact with them. This includes lemon and lime juice, wine, soda, vinegar, apple juice, and many others. If you have a window in the kitchen which casts a natural light on the surface, the marks are very noticeable. If you could visit someone who has marble in their kitchen and take a look at their "used" counters, it might be helpful. Most of my clients who have white marble get them buffed and polished and resealed every year or so.
shelton143 wrote:Feb 27, 2012
heatherr wrote:Mar 18, 2012
slwslw wrote:May 9, 2012
What is the width of the cabinet to the left of the range hood?

sawyer212 wrote:May 15, 2012
What brand is the hood?

- Thanks!

molechlo wrote:May 31, 2012
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    The range shown here is a 48" Dacor.
Klaussner Furniture wrote:Jun 22, 2012
What are the heights of the two cabinets to the left of the range hood?

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    I believe it is a 42" wall cabinet with a 24" wall cabinet stacked on top of it.
jeanniefitz wrote:Jul 1, 2012
Can you please tell me the name and maker of the counter stools?

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    Sorry, but they were supplied by my client's decorator. I don't know where they came from.
kforselius wrote:Jul 27, 2012
  • angelalogeman

    I am just about to build and am debating white subway tile with pale gray grout OR white grout. Is pale gray grout used throughout this kitchen? My cabinets will also be raised panel white with a perwter glaze. This looks beautiful. Cant tell from a distance if this is gray grout or not.

    Thank you!

    AML

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    The grout is Antique White (from Custom), which I would characterize as pale gray (more than white). Good luck!

    Gary Dresser, Dresser Homes

anna137 wrote:Aug 22, 2012
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    The hinges were provided by the cabinet manufacturer, Cyrstal Cabinets. http://crystalcabinets.com/
    Gary Dresser
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  • Julianne Kennedy

    What is the ceiling height & upper cabinet height? Assuming the uppers are 2 separate measurements? I'm looking for a stacked look with 9' ceilings. Thanks!

Paige Wilson wrote:Sep 16, 2012
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    Yes, I am almost positive they are antique nickel.
  • Paige Wilson
    Thank you so much! I'm horrible at design and wasn't sure about mixing finishes, but it looks beautiful here. This is my favorite kitchen on Houzz.. We are going to have chrome fixtures and hardware in our very traditional kitchen. The stove hood and fridge will be false-front like the fridge in this kitchen. If you don't mind, I'd love your opinion. What are your thoughts on mixing finishes?
Victoria Wayne Home wrote:Sep 18, 2012
What are the cabinet hinges and where did you purchase them?

  • Dianne Kaufman
    Thanks, what style and finish, I love this combination.
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    If you look at the other questions/comments on the photos of this kitchen, all the details are there.
maureendbarry wrote:Sep 30, 2012
What is island countertop?

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    Winter Cloud marble.
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cathyharvill wrote:Oct 7, 2012
  • cathyharvill
    Thank you! It's beautiful. Your homes are really lovely.
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    Thank you.
    Gary Dresser
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joe58 wrote:Nov 11, 2012
Can you tile on painted wall surfaces

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    Sure. It's done all the time.
jankptrsn wrote:Nov 12, 2012
Where did you get the pendant lights?

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    I believe that question is answered in a previous post. I'm pretty sure the source was Circa Lighting in Atlanta.
april2 wrote:Nov 27, 2012
  • Kristin Glass Faison

    I'm curious, did the trim color above the cabinets match the trim everywhere else? It looks like it matches flawlessly to the cabinet color (which I'm also searching for in these comments).


  • Kris

    Not that it matters anymore as I see you asked your question quite a while ago but :) I'm doing my kitchen now and the cabinet supplier matched the finishing crown at the ceiling to the cabinetry.

M Blubaugh wrote:Jan 9, 2013
what is the size of this beautiful kitchen

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    Approximately 18' x 18'.
    Gary Dresser
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debwats22 wrote:Feb 18, 2013
What color paint is on the cabinets?

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    Please see the other questions/comments on this photo and all the cabinet details are there.
    Gary Dresser
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arrazolab wrote:Feb 28, 2013
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    I believe it is cherry. Full specs on all the cabinets are listed on a previous question.
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junedespos wrote:Mar 20, 2013
Could you please give me the name & type of counter tops! Thank you!

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    Winter Cloud Marble.
    Gary Dresser
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katiem44 wrote:Mar 24, 2013
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    I think either option would look fine.
    Gary Dresser
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  • Liz Trimpin
    thanks, this is helpful, I am also trying to decide size for backsplash, my kitchen is a good deal smaller but I like the simplicity of subway tile and with herringbone for a little surprise over the range.
doba wrote:Apr 17, 2013
  • jasellyn
    Our kitchen is very similar in the way the blind corner is a small cabinet next to the stove--I'm wondering if you can tell me what size cabinet you used for the base blind corner? How did you deal with the dead space? Are there pullouts in the cabinet?
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    It is a 36" x 24" corner cabinet with a lazy susan in the cabinet.
    Gary Dresser
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joyefogo wrote:Apr 24, 2013
  • poshky
    Another question! Do the painted MDF doors show dents and fingerprints bad in the dovetail do you know?
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    Tony Christopher Properties LLC

    I am currently designing our kitchen for a house we are building. The cabinet company is talking me out of taking my cabinets up to the 9' ceiling but I LOVE this look! They say it will make the kitchen seem smaller?? It's roughly 20' x 14' with a 4' x 8' island. Can you tell me how tall cabinets & molding you're using here to get to the ceiling? Thanks

doba wrote:May 3, 2013
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    Sure. I think they would work fine.
    Gary Dresser
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  • Kim Teron

    Love these pendants. What is the size of the pendants in this pic and size of island? Would three 14.5" wide x 13" tall pendants work for a 4' x 10' island in a kitchen with an 8' ceiling?

acyoung wrote:May 4, 2013
Please... paint color of cabinets

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    The paint/stain details are listed in detail on another question on this kitchen.
lisacaperna wrote:May 15, 2013
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    @ericairwin: Yes, we are talking about the same thing. Built-in refrigerators are 24" deep so that they are flush with the surrounding cabinetry. The term "integrated" refers to the unit have cabinetry panels so that it is "integrated" into your cabinetry. Just to make it a little more confusing, Sub-Zero also has a line of "fully integrated" refrigerators where it allows you to fully conceal all of the metal hinges and hardware and so forth and make for a cleaner look.
    Gary Dresser
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  • ericairwin
    Ok thanks so much for explaining it better!! A friend has a Miele integrated fridge and here in Canada they are about $8500. I was hoping to have somewhat the same look but with a much lower price point. I was thinking of going with an all freezer and all fridge idea (side by side) because for our kitchen reno we have a wide space but its not deep. Oh and we have 4 kids so we have lots of food:) Though more fridge is the most important since we don't eat a lot of frozen things but I thought to balance it out look-wise I might need it that way.
Louise Tranquilli wrote:Jun 5, 2013
Love the Frig. What model and wood door panels did you use?

  • alygard
    can you tell me what range that is?
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    The range is a 48" Dacor Range with a splash guard installed at the back.
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ajbrianna wrote:Jun 5, 2013
I love the floor stain. Can you tell me what color it is?

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    Satin finish polyurethane. 3 coats.
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  • Cat Rowe
    Thank you most kindly.
gigi315 wrote:Jun 12, 2013
who makes this hood vent?

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    Both the hood and the range are made by Dacor.
    Gary Dresser
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Shelley Hyma wrote:Jun 13, 2013
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    Sorry, but my client purchased them and I'm not sure where she got them.
Maria Barry wrote:Jun 20, 2013
who makes the pendant lights

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    They were purchased at Circa Lighting in Atlanta.
walshallyson wrote:Jun 22, 2013
So what was the outcome on the cabinet colors?Frosty White or dont kno

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    Frosty white with a pewter glaze. All of the details are listed on the other photo of this kitchen.
    Gary Dresser
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whyknot7 wrote:Jul 6, 2013
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    Hmmm. That's a tough question without seeing the floor. I think of slate as being somewhat rustic and wouldn't pick painted white cabinets to go with it. I would see stained cabinets.
    I wouldn't get too hung up on the counters and how they look against the floors. People worry about that all the time and it's really not an issue in my opinion. If you have a sample of your floor slate, just take it with you to one of the counter top distributers and search for a granite that seems to complement it. There are so many different options out there, I'm sure you can find something you like. You might also look at Quartz as an option too. Good luck!
    Gary Dresser
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  • henrithehorse
    I like the sound of your slate and colors choices. Have you looked at Cambria quartz?
princess207 wrote:Jul 9, 2013
What is the backsplash?

  • Gail Trieger

    Thanks so much, Gary. We are about done with our home build in Illinois. I've been following your homes for the last 8 mos. and they are among my favorites. I don't know how you find the time but you are so helpful to the followers on Houzz, answering so many questions about your beautiful homes.

  • sig123

    can you pls give backsplash specifications pls

Elizabeth North wrote:Jul 10, 2013
What is the countertop material?

- Thanks!

  • Elizabeth North
    For all of you here, I have to recommend Cambria Torquay. After months of searching, I narrowed down to that stone instead of marble and couldn't be happier after the install. It is gorgeous and bullet-proof compared to marble.
  • patteach2
    Where did locate the cumbria torquay?
Suzanne Bowman wrote:Jul 16, 2013
What size spacers did you use for the tile / grout lines? 1/16"?

  • annhighland
    Thank you so much for your response! You are correct, there are many tile shops here and the Sonoma Creamy Crackle was just one of so very many that we took home and looked at on our counter for quite awhile before making a selection. It was a great size- classic but with a bit larger format that made it seem fresh. The Creamy crackle tiles that I took home as samples were the perfect white - not too cold, not too warm and certainly glossily glazed! They seemed they would be perfect....but what came in was dull and several shades off my white sample. After the holidays are over I am going to take them into the store along with the samples they sent me home with and ask if that is a reasonable amount of difference to expect when ordering a "hand made tile" as they stated on the phone. When I happened upon your photo of the tile I was surprised to see it was our exact tile in another size and oh so shiny! Thank you also for the lighting suggestion- having moved here from the east coast we worked with a lighting plan which included many LED's including under counter LED so we are nicely covered there- we absolutely love the lighting in the room. I will be going back to all previous samples and visiting the stores again but I must admitt I am a bit trigger shy to be able to order any tile ever again without an exact sample from the batch I will be getting or a sample for approval from any custom tile. I was told the Stellar was a stock item and that the tiles I took home were current and any variation would be slight. Any friend who sees it can not believe it is even the same tile. Thanks again, you do beautiful work - Happy holidays to you!
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    I just did tile floors with 1/8" spacers, but grout does look like it's 3/16 or even slightly more.. so for back-splash, DEFINITELY 1/16" - otherwise you are going to have fat ugly lines ... you can't not use spacers, because you won't be able to insert grout, and you will have water damage.. btw, tile stores really overprice their spacers, so get them on amazon

    Depending on your tile - if you go with staggered placement, get T-type or horseshoe

    BTW, i was thinking about installing really small stones/glass (3/4" squares), but decided not to do it, because of too much grout, grout getting dirty, and also these are VERY hard to get them straight ... I decided to go with 8x16' tiles

nanaluzdey wrote:Jul 17, 2013
  • wjh102969

    how big is the range and hood

  • Janet Vigliarolo Potter

    Wonderful LOOK!! This looks like the kitchen I'm about to start, but cannot find the right tile. Would you share the manufacturer...collection and color. I'm getting frantic. Thanks you!!

belcanto wrote:Jul 25, 2013
color of paint and sheen on walls and ceiling please? lovely!

  • Stewart Colley

    Hello, I have been looking for that picture you referenced but I have not yet been able to find it :(


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