Lady Fern Circle KitchenTransitional Kitchen, Charlotte

**ALL AVAILABLE INFORMATION IS TAGGED** | Project Designer: Chelsea L. Allard | Photography: Glenn DeRosa

Mid-sized transitional u-shaped light wood floor eat-in kitchen photo in Charlotte with stainless steel appliances, white cabinets, granite countertops, blue backsplash, glass tile backsplash, an undermount sink, an island and glass-front cabinets —  Houzz
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2013wyremodel wrote:Jun 14, 2013
  • springky
    Can you ever paint a floor? It is plank and does not match with the rest of the floors
  • PRO
    Carlisle Wide Plank Floors
    It is possible to paint a floor, see attached photo of a floor that was painted grey by the customer after installation.
rhs9498 wrote:Jul 24, 2011
  • allysonvon

    What type of shelves were used? Are these custom?


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    Case Design/Remodeling

    Yes, these were made by the cabinet company to our specifications so they'd match the cabinetry.

    Case Remodeling of Charlotte

    www.CASECharlotte.com

mdnightsky wrote:Nov 15, 2013
  • flanandtom
    Can you please tell me the color and type of paint used on the walls?
  • PRO
    Case Design/Remodeling
    Unfortunately we don't have that information available anymore. I can tell you it was Sherwin-Williams paint though.

    Sorry about that!

    Case Remodeling of Charlotte
    www.CASECharlotte.com
pwajsman wrote:Feb 11, 2014
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    Case Design/Remodeling
    The National Kitchen and Bath Association recommends a 42" minimum work aisle for one cook and 48" for two cooks. You can go down to 36" in a pinch, especially if there are no appliances there, but anything tighter than that would be considered a poor design. The other thing to consider is the placement of appliances. If you have a cooking surface in an island, directly across form a sink, 36" will be too tight to have two people back to back. You also want to make sure that appliance doors will not interfere with each other. A professional kitchen designer should be using these guidelines as they are designing your kitchen. At the end of the day it's all about your lifestyle and how you use the space.

    Case Remodeling of Charlotte
    www.CaseCharlotte.com
  • PRO
    Mise en Place Design

    Totally agree but I will add this: I always add extra space in front of a refrigerator because one, most people tend to buy standard 36" x 72" units that stick out past the countertops (you can get a counter depth fridge and save some space but they're usually more expensive), two, if you don't have enough space to open the doors, pull out what you want, and have a good turning radius, then that space is not ideal and can prove frustrating (same goes for ovens/ranges), and three, especially with these French door behemoths they sell now, maneuvering the fridge into place or to service can prove difficult given how deep some units can come (I've had client's buy new fridges to put in to their old kitchens and have that exact thing happen.)

    SO, with that said, stick with what Case Remodeling says but make sure you have a minimum of 42" in front of EVERY vertical surface in the work area. Even if that means some areas are deeper than others. ;)

    ~Mise en Place Design

Jtp wrote:Sep 2, 2012
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    Case Design/Remodeling
    This refrigerator is a counter depth model so it's 36" wide. To have a built in look with full overlay cabinets you'll need a 39" cabinet above it and that allows for 1 1/2" legs on either side. Be careful if there is a wall directly next to it as the doors may not open all the way. A 30" double oven is very difficult to get in a 30" cabinet so I generally order a 33" oven cabinet and have it modified to 31 1/2". If the two appliances are right next to each other a panel separating them is highly recommended to allow air space between them. Generally appliance manufacturers don't recommend putting ovens next to a refrigerator, but as long as there is cabinetry between them there isn't an issue. When we installed this we cranked the ovens up as high as they could go and the cabinets on either side were still cool to the touch so there wasn't any heat transfer. Your kitchen designer should be able to make sure that your new appliances will fit your new (or existing) cabinets and that all the clearances around them are correct for them to function properly.
  • Jtp
    Thank you so much! Very informative. i'll talk to my kitchen designer about other option. Again, beautiful kitchen!
josprung wrote:Jan 4, 2012
Sara Alexander wrote:Dec 23, 2015
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    Case Design/Remodeling

    The paint was contracted by the client directly so unfortunately we don't have that information available. Sorry about that!

    Case Design/Remodeling

    www.CASECharlotte.com

kim_howard wrote:Nov 6, 2015
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    Case Design/Remodeling

    All of the design info for this job has been archived, so unfortunately we don't have the grout color available. It was definitely by Custom Building Products. I'm not positive it was Snow White, but that's what I would guess since I can't remember that far back. If you want a little more contrast with a gray tone, Platinum is great with white tile.

    Thanks for looking!

    Chelsea Allard

    Senior Project Designer, Case Design/Remodeling

    www.CASECharlotte.com

ryw1 wrote:Feb 19, 2015
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    Case Design/Remodeling

    This refrigerator is cabinet depth so the side panels are 24" deep. The cabinet above it is likely 36" wide. When designing cabinetry around a refrigerator it is important to follow the manufacturers specifications. There isn't necessarily a standard practice since each refrigerator is different. When placing a fridge next to a wall it's important to make sure the door will open without obstruction, which often requires use of a filler unless the fridge is a built-in model that has a zero clearance hinge. All of the information you need to ensure a proper fit should be on the spec sheet for the particular model you're considering.


    Good Luck!

    Case Remodeling of Charlotte

    www.CASECharlotte.com

leannbh wrote:Jan 6, 2015
  • PRO
    Case Design/Remodeling
    If memory serves I believe the counter dimension was about 4' x 8'.

    Thanks,

    Case Remodeling of Charlotte
    www.CASECharlotte.com
sabellaemail wrote:Feb 7, 2014
  • PRO
    Case Design/Remodeling
    It's glossy Arctic White (190) in the Rittenhouse Square line. It also comes in a matte finish (790).

    Thanks,

    Case Remodeling of Charlotte
    www.casecharlotte.com
tolsie wrote:Sep 9, 2013
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    Case Design/Remodeling
    This kitchen is about 22' long and 11' deep.

    Case Remodeling of Charlotte
    www.casecharlotte.com
eva5in6 wrote:Apr 28, 2013
roehrig60 wrote:Jan 20, 2013
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    Case Design/Remodeling
    The sides are wrapped in bullnose on the 3" side to continue the horizontal lines around the corners.
Brenda Geiger-Monies wrote:Jan 14, 2013
  • PRO
    Case Design/Remodeling
    They are from Dal-Tile - Glass Reflections Whisper Green. There should be a product tag in one of the other photos of this project. They tend to change color depending on what they are next to so order a sample before ordering a whole job.
henry281 wrote:Dec 9, 2012
  • PRO
    Case Design/Remodeling
    The perimeter is Black Pearl granite and the island is Waverton Cambria.
mgraddon wrote:Nov 21, 2012
  • PRO
    Case Design/Remodeling
    I don't have the particular model number available, but it wasn't a built in. It was simply a counter top microwave that we installed in the cabinet. The cut-out in the cabinet was built to the specs of that microwave to give it a built in look and feel.

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refrigerator next to wall ovens on sink wall

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Hood above the cooktop in the middle of the room

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fridge and oven next to each other

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