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KitchenTraditional Kitchen, Boston

Photography by: Cheryle St. Onge

Example of a classic u-shaped kitchen design in Boston with wood countertops, recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, stone slab backsplash and stainless steel appliances —  Houzz
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sljohnson81 wrote:Jul 28, 2013
  • greenfish1234
    Reclaimed lumber: thanks for the link. I am doing reclaimed heart pine, and my supplier recommends Tung oil, but all the pictures I like are clear poly. Is there a penetrating oil that won't give it too much orange glow?
  • greenfish1234
    I ended up doing waterlox and my floors are gorgeous. I love the color and the fact that they can be touched up.
lindsaykay22 wrote:Aug 13, 2013
  • suzyfouad
    ikea has a very similar stools!!
  • sksmazzolini
    I have some similar from Pier One.
kirtland wrote:Oct 2, 2012
  • Lisa
    Try Ballard Design. I just ordered these same chairs in black. They look exactly the same.
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    Mr Bar Stool
    The counter stools in this home are available through Mr Bar Stool In Old City Philadelphia. Give us a call and let us know that you're interested in the Whitewood X back stools 215-925-4800

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    Barry
    www.mrbarstool.com
elcaminito wrote:Aug 12, 2012
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    Hart Associates Architects, Inc.
    Flooring is 8" wide antique (reclaimed) heart pine. Finish is several coats of ordinary oil based polyurethane. Reclaimed flooring works well over heated floors as it does not expand and contract the way "new" wood will. Still important not to set the floor temperature too high.
  • scovey

    Is there a stain on the wood?

curlysueandboys wrote:Jul 24, 2013
samsmama wrote:Jan 3, 2013
Laura wrote:Dec 30, 2012
  • PRO
    Hart Associates Architects, Inc.
    Island is strips of cherry with a mineral oil (food safe) finish. This finish generally works fine for wood counters but the area around the sink is very difficult. undermount sink exposes end grain and very hard to seal up effectively. Best to do a drop in sink in a wood counter.
cgrabowski wrote:Dec 30, 2012
Lisa wrote:Oct 4, 2012
marianangel wrote:Aug 13, 2012
  • PRO
    Hart Associates Architects, Inc.
    island top is strips of cherry "butcher block" - it was custom made at the contractors mill shop. I don't recommend an undermount sink in a wood countertop -the end grain absorbs water - better to do a drop in sink.
C&V T wrote:Aug 13, 2012
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    Hart Associates Architects, Inc.
    Pendant lights over the island are on a pulley system - works well for task lighting when low - and good to raise the "obstruction" when not needed. This project was done several years ago - I believe the lights came from Visual Comfort, but I am not sure. Several companies make them.
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            What Houzz contributors are saying:

            megpadgett
            Meg Padgett added this to Vinegar and Voilà: Clean Your House the Natural WayJul 25, 2013

            Kitchen. The kitchen is another room that sees the full benefits of vinegar — the basic mix can clean virtually every surface in this room.Use the basic mix to clean and disinfect the refrigerator, surfaces, tile floors and cutting boards.For sparkling dishes, pour 2 cups of distilled white vinegar in the bottom of the dishwasher in addition to regular dishwasher detergent and wash with a full cycle.Clean and deodorize the kitchen drain by pouring 2 cups of boiling water followed by 2 cups of white distilled vinegar down each drain.

            vanessa_brunner
            Vanessa Brunner added this to 25 Most Bookmarked Remodeling Guides of 2012Dec 18, 2012

            16. 3 Steps to Choosing Kitchen Finishes WiselyHouzz discussion boards are full of readers asking about the best way to coordinate their kitchen finishes. These tips — compiled from three Houzz kitchen professionals — help homeowners figure out what they should prioritize and how to make everything work together.

            vanessa_brunner
            Vanessa Brunner added this to 3 Steps to Choosing Kitchen Finishes WiselyAug 7, 2012

            1. Start with your countertops. “Countertops require careful contemplation, especially for a large island, as this can be the biggest single item of color and texture,” says Ahmann. This large surface area is a great place to start and can be the basis for the rest of your kitchen’s materials palette.Choose a countertop that’s durable and easy to clean. Justrich recommends looking into granite or composite materials like Caesarstone first. For a bigger statement, go for stainless steel, zinc or natural wood. Aim for light, smooth and reflective materials. Large-format tiles or slabs of stone will minimize grout lines and create a smooth and easy-to-clean surface. Kelly recommends sticking with a single countertop material, with a slight variation at the pantry or island, for consistency and simplicity. Review kitchen remodelers and get started

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            lmcranford
            Linda added this to lmcranford's ideasApr 11, 2019

            white cupboards island & dark counter

            webuser_602921060
            HU-602921060 added this to webuser_602921060's ideasMar 13, 2019

            Again - do I have room for an island with chairs? Such a small sink but pretty

            cotytech
            Cotytech, Inc. added this to Pine flooring and way to lay outMar 11, 2019

            Like the way the pine flooring is laid out, vertical to the kitchen area is the 'hall way'...

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