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Example of a classic dark wood floor eat-in kitchen design in Minneapolis with stainless steel appliances, marble countertops, white cabinets, gray backsplash, stone tile backsplash, an undermount sink, recessed-panel cabinets and white countertops

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Example of a classic dark wood floor eat-in kitchen design in Minneapolis with stainless steel appliances, marble countertops, white cabinets, gray backsplash, stone tile backsplash, an undermount sink, recessed-panel cabinets and white countertops —  Houzz
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bhavipatel74 wrote:Mar 21, 2012
harri119 wrote:Mar 31, 2012
  • Jessica
    What's the best cleaning product you've found for honed Carrara countertops?
  • Serena Hinkel

    acarter09 - I'm thinking about using brushed marble (white) as a backsplash. Was yours white, and are you still happy with it? If so, can you tell us what cleaning product and sealer you've used? Thanks so much!!

jesusgirl wrote:Mar 27, 2012
  • kmazzei

    what is the make of the cabinets?


  • soccermom13

    Looks like you mounted the faucet with the handle facing forward rather than off to the side. Why did you do that?

bloommom wrote:Apr 28, 2013
  • amaddie765
    please tell me what that beautiful backsplash and counter top are.
  • PRO
    DownHomeLiving

    We make custom tables, please visit our shop DownHomeLiving or our Etsy Shop

jesusgirl wrote:Mar 27, 2012
  • 11904
    Thank you
  • edfaris
    I love the color of the floor. Do you know what the mix is?
grimmen wrote:Feb 11, 2013
Leisa Shea wrote:Jul 21, 2012
  • tina001
    If the cabinets are made out of MDF then they are in the same price range as wood cabinets.
  • Lyn Keyes
    Not. Necessarily, painted cabinets especially if you are using custom color can make cabinets more expensive
shelton143 wrote:Jan 27, 2012
  • meganbradley
    What is dove white and what is decorator's white? Which would you prefer on kitchen cabinets if we want a warmer feel in white? have to decide by monday. thank you
  • kfran7
    did you use dove white on the cabinets? we are trying to find the right white for our cabinets. thanks
longviewbuilders wrote:Jan 8, 2012
  • nonutnation
    What style is this kitchen cabinet. It's not shaker, simple yet transitional?
  • suzy6
    are the cabinets sprayed or hand painted? in the shop or on site? what finish? thank you!
jmmmlake wrote:Oct 1, 2011
  • PRO
    Sandra Alger, CID, Fresh Ideas by Sandy
    I don't know if you can get White Iceburg Granite, but it is gorgeous..you can try the internet -(find the supplier) and he can sell it to a granite company...hope that helps.
  • PRO
    balance design studio
    Hi there. Try Googling Super White granite. It has the same neutral whites/grays of marble. However, it is a bit edgier in that it has large particulates rather than flowing veins. It comes in a more matte finish than a traditional high-polish granite, is much less expensive than marble (at least in New England), and has the durability of granite. Good luck!
beth06 wrote:Mar 19, 2011
  • sweetcaroline5735

    Name of kitchen hardware?


  • wjh102969

    how big is the range and range hood.

nguyesh wrote:May 6, 2013
  • hhanbal
    looks like a subbzero refrigerator
  • wchenk
    Yes, please provide product/maker information regarding the window coverings. I do like how they look to disappear. Beautiful kitchen design!
rixpix wrote:Jan 26, 2013
  • Katie Jackson
    I am interested in the floor as well....beautiful!
  • Victoria Newton
    Looks like it could be carbonised bamboo - is that it?
capefearbrown wrote:Dec 9, 2012
  • Bettina Lynn
    Arhaus furniture has the exact table and chairs..the Kensington Table
  • PRO
    Theresa Ayala

    We make custom farmhouse style tables, barn doors, and more, please visit our Etsy Shop at DownHomeLiving on Etsy

ebie1 wrote:Oct 18, 2012
  • call23
    What is the color of the backsplash?
  • bguseth
    What is the shortest distance you would go? We are considering 43"
kmeade wrote:May 14, 2012
sherimi wrote:Apr 20, 2012
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    Bespoke Trimmings, LLC

    I find design more interesting when things are a bit more eclectic. If you have wood, or fabric in the room that has some taupe or earth tones in it, go for an oiled bronze or a warmer charcoal grey. The better companies will give you a chip for the finish.

    I prefer down lighting on an island because I cook a lot and cleaning can be a chore even if it's once every 6 months, unless you're lucky enough to not have to be the one to clean the fixture.

  • Carmen Pollastro

    The whole kitchen is beautiful!!! I wondered what the hardware is that you used on the cabinets?

grammielinda wrote:Feb 22, 2012
  • TanCalGal
    My kitchen designer advised against any chandelier type, they look nice but it is one more thing to clean. Once in a while I get a twinge to buy one, until I remember I'd be the one cleaning it. Having the wiring installed just in case is a good idea, though.
  • sherrywilder
    Hi Grammie Linda- I had the exact same situation and did not want to obstruct the ocean view....my fabulous electrician suggested recessed pinholes directly above the dining table. originally we intended to do three about 5 inches apart running length of table, but due to ceiling joist location did a tight rectangle of 4. they are tiny diameter, maybe 3"? and have a dimmer. We have plently of light on the table when needed and still have the view. good luck!
shelton143 wrote:Jan 27, 2012
  • lefty47
    The proper set back is 42 inches but you can go more to what your comfortable with.
  • fareann
    3 is minimum, but if you a dishwasher or fridge surrounding your island, you will definitely want it wider if possible.
Susan Wagner wrote:Jan 3, 2012
  • julesm1
    I would love to know the style number!
  • davis22
    I would also love to know what style name/number these are
dheizenroth wrote:Dec 31, 2011
  • mikannie
    Is it hard to keep clean in this finish? I am considering during the same thing but was told by the supplier that all dirt, dust, etc will show easily on this color of stain. Is this true in your experience?
  • PRO
    Oak & Broad
    By going with oak the client was able to enjoy about a 30% hardness increase over actual Black Walnut while still having a similar tone. :-)
loraleepauls wrote:May 29, 2013
  • Nalini Potineni
    Hard wood floor -Is it water base finish or oil base finish
  • Melanie Barry

    What's the diameter of the back wall with the two entrences

Susan Smith wrote:Apr 7, 2013
  • Sandra Martin
    I love this look and it seems timeless. I think the hardware is what changes
  • PRO
    DownHomeLiving

    We make custom tables, please visit our shop at DownHomeLiving

yankeegg wrote:Mar 26, 2013
  • yankeegg
    When it was installed did it chage shades form the moisture in the Mastic and if it did does it go back to the original color? I just started some last night and it started changing shades almost immediately.
  • ryanlittle
    where are the pendant lighting above the island from?? This is exactly what I'm looking for! Who is the maker??
schepke wrote:Mar 25, 2013
  • teachr
    Did you end up using the Asbury pulls, and, if so, in what finish? We are about to order the satin nickel...afraid the polished will upstage pother elements in the room...any thoughts?
  • laraza
    We used both light cabs on top and gray on bottom so I went with satin nickle on the top and oil rubbed bronze below; very happy. The polished and chrome were a bit too shiny for me. I wanted the hardware to blend a bit more. I think it depends on the look you're going for. If I can gather a pic I'll post later.
tikaja wrote:Jan 12, 2013
kir214 wrote:Nov 30, 2012
  • jesusgirl
    Are the countertops and backsplash the same material? Are they honed or polished or a mix?
  • colegraydesigns
    what sheen level is the paint on cabinets, drywall and ceiling?
bradesp wrote:Nov 25, 2012
  • jkaila
    how wide is the island itself and then how wide is the over hang. Also what is the length of the island. My kitchen is more long than wide. I think the max width of my island can be 25". Please adivse to how long and wide you recommend.
  • PRO
    City Cabinet Center, San Diego
    Over hangs of more than 12 inches needs support so the over hang in the picture looks like 15-18 inches.

    jkaila: standard base cabinets are 24 in deep so you would have no overhang. Or if you want seating at the island, some cabinet manufacturers have reduce depth options where you can reduce your base cabinets down to 12 or 15 inches and then have a 10-12 inch over hang.
ally2012 wrote:Jul 3, 2012
  • darroch
    hi, i am not seeing the answer to the cabinet dimensions.... can you provide? thx
  • PRO
    Wow Great Place
    Looks to me like this kitchen has nine foot ceilings. If so, then the upper cabinets are likely 30-36" high, and the tiny uppers up top are likely 15" high, plus crown moulding.
    These are perfect places to store decorative items, when lit like this, or for rarely used items that can be tucked out of reach.
kmeade wrote:May 14, 2012
  • kmeade
    Thanks! My contractor suggested the 8'' - is there a reason why you recommend the larger size?
  • mklopens
    well than go for the middle;)!
tjack wrote:Mar 25, 2012
shermanshelton wrote:Jan 26, 2012
  • PRO
    Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
    I'm not sure I understand what you're asking.
  • gray0239
    I agree with Sherman, how does one incorporate the space of the kitchen in this space to your kitchen? Also, what color are the walls?
kconnolly57 wrote:Dec 24, 2011
  • PRO
  • kconnolly57
    Charlie
    I really like your kitchen, but i live in NYC...too far for you to commute. Are the cabinets available from a cabinet manufacturer who u think is reliable?
    Is there onlu 1 inset in.....hard to tell from photo.....also, how wide is the breakfast bar? Thanks in advanxe
cingber wrote:Dec 22, 2011
  • jennyfarms
    Not the same quality, but they also have them at World Market
  • mamagull
    are the chairs burnt oak in color?
revl wrote:Dec 17, 2012
  • PRO
    Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
    Living Room is where the photo is being taken from. The entry is tot he left of the photo
  • cas12
    Can you please advise on the size of this room.?
ajland wrote:Dec 12, 2012
danischwem wrote:Dec 9, 2012
  • ntallen
    Color of the cabinets?
  • ntallen
    Table? Where did it come from?
kmatthews wrote:Nov 21, 2012
sunny00 wrote:Jun 13, 2012
  • PRO
    Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
    White Dove by B&M
  • judigktrs
    Hello. Could you please clarify if the walls are White Dove or Decorator White as they were mentioned in other comments to be Dec White. Thank you, kindly.
hdinitz wrote:Mar 25, 2012
tjack wrote:Mar 18, 2012
  • PRO
  • channamerkur
    how far from the edge or the counter are your can lights on the wall with your upper cabenits, and how far is this same set of can lights from the edge of the island?

    How far apart are thye set? And how high is your ceiling?
Mary wrote:Mar 1, 2012
  • PRO
    Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
    HI,
    I would contact an interior designer to help you out.

    Good Luck!
  • jrsully5
    Found it at Sierra concepts. It is the Nottingham table. Several different finishes available.
Houseofsticks wrote:Feb 12, 2012
colmary wrote:Feb 9, 2012
  • Karen Vanneck
    Love to know what the counter top is? Granite? Marble? I have the table and chairs and am looking for the perfect granite counter and back splash - this is exactly what I have envisioned in my head!!!!
  • colmary
    It looks like marble to me. I love this kitchen as well..i just put in quartzite, which looks like marble.
scottemerck wrote:Jan 29, 2012
  • PRO
    Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
    Red oak with a custom mix stain. Oak is about a 8 on a scale of ten for wood hardness.
  • scottemerck
    Nice to talk to you,red oak and a dark stain ,very very nice.thanks again.s.merck
dianeflatt wrote:Jan 15, 2012
nicolekaram wrote:Jan 14, 2012
  • PRO
    Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
    Thank you! Approx. 27'-6"x 20'
  • aragall

    just out of curiosity, which side is the 27.5? is it the distance from the window wall on the right, to the wall on the left with the range? thanks so much, and thanks for taking time to answer all these questions!

jbincoto wrote:Jan 12, 2012
  • PRO
    Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
    Thank you. There's no "rule" per say, as each space is different. I star with about six feet and adjust as needed through design development. This image is six. Good luck!
  • topman
    Trying to get an idea of how wide the breakfast area is. What is the dimension between the edge of island to the window? and what is the width of the walkway between breakfast table and island? Thanks!
Niki Karam wrote:Jan 7, 2012
  • PRO
    claraidalgisa
    I just love this layout! Can you send me the dimensions of this kitchen/dining room area please.
  • Sarah L
    The designer said earlier, Thank you! Approx. 27'-6"x 20'
Patty Killoren wrote:Dec 27, 2011
  • PRO
    Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
    Restoration hardware
  • islandlyfe
    I was wondering what length that table was. It looks like it's the 96"
Molly Bauer wrote:Nov 28, 2011
  • PRO
    Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
    3'-9" x 10'-0" x 36" high. The overhang is 15".
  • ksnapp
    Hi. Could you tell me the size of the island legs? The square post style legs. Thank you.
j2 santi Custom Homes wrote:Nov 21, 2011
mich1979 wrote:Aug 31, 2011
  • Gloria
    Try looking at the Anderson Hammered Clove wood floor. Under Casitablanca
  • mich1979
    thanks so much.
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mandimckay wrote:Sep 26, 2012
vetters96 wrote:Sep 2, 2012
  • tmirazic
    It looks like the Hansgrohe Talis S
hkovicak wrote:Jul 15, 2012
darroch wrote:Jul 15, 2012
lbrown1877 wrote:Mar 13, 2012
eseel wrote:Jan 30, 2012
  • PRO
    Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
    This was four years ago and done on site, but try using Walnut, Mahogoney, a little Ebony.
higgs1 wrote:Jan 26, 2012
  • PRO
    Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
    Don't try and reinvent the wheel...be simple and use the space you do have wisely.
cindysgor wrote:Jan 12, 2012
Kristin Limke wrote:Dec 29, 2011
Nerdyk wrote:Dec 21, 2011
  • PRO
    Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
    Only one sink in this Kitchen. It's on the island with the DW to the right
sophie123 wrote:Oct 16, 2011
  • PRO
    KitchenLab | Rebekah Zaveloff Interiors
    Those are great looking, not sure from this far away what brand, but I'd guess that they're 8" or so. Maybe the designer can answer more specifically.
evmiddan wrote:Sep 23, 2011
  • juls_mn
    Yes, I'd be curious too - are these 6 inch pulls?
green763 wrote:Jun 3, 2011
  • PRO
    Kerstin Dieterich Designs
    Dual purpose. Do you need an island and a dining table in the kitchen? Could the island have an elevated or lowered part that can be used for dining? I also like the new tables and stools that are higher. A breakfast bar is so not cozy for dining, but an area where you feel like you are sitting on a table will do.
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                          What Houzz contributors are saying:

                          shane
                          Shane D. Inman added this to 8 Cabinetry Details to Create Custom Kitchen StyleMar 15, 2013

                          End panels. When a run of cabinetry ends without butting into a wall, a decorative end panel can make sure it stays aesthetically pleasing. Try adding a panel in the same style as your cabinet doors for a cohesive look. Should you need to scale your kitchen's design back because of budget restraints, this is one decorative detail that could be simplified.

                          anvl369
                          Sheridan Interiors, Kitchens and Baths added this to Optimal Space Planning for Universal Design in the KitchenNov 11, 2012

                          Larger open kitchens and spaces seem to function best when obstacles are completely eliminated.

                          mjeresek
                          Ivon Street Studio added this to The Ecofriendly Kitchen: Light Your Kitchen RightMay 31, 2012

                          Bulbs for Kitchen LightingThree types of bulbs, or lamps, as they're known in the lighting industry, are most common in current kitchen design:Incandescent: Thank you, Thomas Edison, for allowing us to relegate candles to birthday cakes and romantic evenings, instead of having to use them for our primary lighting. Although incandescents were the lighting standard for decades, the lighting industry is quickly moving away from inefficient incandescent bulbs — even making some bulbs illegal. And for good reason: a 100-watt bulb is 2.1 percent efficient, producing about 2 watts of light and 98 watts of heat.Compact fluorescent: CFLs have been everyone's go-to efficient bulb but, much like eight-tracks or compact discs, their time with us may be short. While these bulbs use about a third or less of the energy that an incandescent uses, CFLs are difficult to dim, contain mercury (though some mercury-free options are available) and are being outperformed by LEDs.LED: Light-emitting diode lamps and fixtures should be your new go-to for efficient artificial light, with increased efficiency over CFLs and a life span that's six times longer. Prices have been plummeting as demand has risen.

                          vanessa_brunner
                          Vanessa Brunner added this to Readers' Choice: The Top 20 Kitchens of 2011Dec 21, 2011

                          4. Multipurpose rooms that are open, flexible, and functional were all the rage this year. Having an open kitchen and dining room is a great way to combine two spaces that serve similar functions, and makes for a perfect entertaining space, too.

                          rebekahzaveloff
                          KitchenLab | Rebekah Zaveloff Interiors added this to How to Detail a Kitchen Island with LegsMar 11, 2011

                          This island is similar to the previous one, but it has three legs on the side elevation — two flanking the recessed door panel and a third supporting the overhang (also connected by a apron). Work with a local carpenter to design a custom kitchen island

                          What Houzzers are commenting on:

                          asaftz
                          Asaf Tzipori added this to Wilton Place3 days ago

                          Love the refrigirator wall cabinets

                          bvande56
                          Betsy VandeKerkhoff added this to bvande56's ideas5 days ago

                          I like the white, wood, black and stainless steel look

                          serena_perez54
                          Serena Perez added this to Idea Book - Interior Design5 days ago

                          This kitchen uses a trestle table, which stands out from the rest of the style in the room. I like this kitchen and how ti looks pristine, organized, and clean. The kitchen uses very modern styles, with white cabinets and stainless-steel utilities. The island structure of the kitchen takes up space in the room, yet the room still looks spacious. I personally like trestle tables as they are able to fit more people around due to the way its crafted with lags located on the end.

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