Lake HouseBeach Style Kitchen, Atlanta

Architect of Record: Summerour & Associates
Interior Designer: Yvonne McFadden

Inspiration for a beach style kitchen remodel in Atlanta with open cabinets, stainless steel appliances, wood countertops and gray cabinets —  Houzz
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ana_philippson wrote:Jul 19, 2012
  • randr123

    do these stools come in a swivel option?

  • beacdaysd

    What are the round 'sifter'-looking objects?

Angela Strickland wrote:Dec 21, 2011
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    Mr Bar Stool
    iWe have these bar stools in stock. They are only available in 26" counter height for a 36" high kitchen counter. If you have any questions, or to place an order, please contact us at any time.
    1800-STOOLS-1 or 215-925-4800
  • snowshoes17
    Beautiful kitchen! May I ask what your wall color is?
Vps wrote:Jan 16, 2013
  • Tracy Turner
    @yvonne, could you get me price on 3 of them? Counter height, in McKinney, Tx.
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    Yvonne McFadden LLC
    They are $425.00 each, not including tax or freight. Please let us know if you would like to move forward. Thanks!
Taylor McCabe wrote:Jan 23, 2014
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    Plank & Pillow


    What is the thickness of the shiplap? We're going to run into a problem with ours because the window jams only come out 1/2 inch past the framing and the shiplap is 3/4 inch thick.

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    Living Vintage

    Per the Southern Living article, the wall paint is Lambswool by Pratt & Lambert.

frances08 wrote:Dec 31, 2013
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    I love if you can tell me more about the counter stools. Where I can call for more info. Thank you
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    Ali Helstein Ethan Allen Scottsdale

    Where can I buy counter stools please

LME Art + Design wrote:Aug 5, 2012
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    LME Art + Design
    Yes, I agree. I'll push to see if we can make the mitered corners happen. We've already gone through a bunch of VE, so I have to be conscientious of the budget constraints. It's a 12" thick retail wall with cutout openings of various sizes. I think he's concerned about getting everything to line up perfectly, wrapping the corner and the backside. Breaking it up with trim makes it a little easier on him. We'll see! Thanks!
  • anniecallister
    Was the shiplap installed before the black countertops? Or does the shiplap but up next to them and gets cut around the counters?
jennyno1 wrote:Feb 28, 2012
pattykolar wrote:Feb 13, 2012
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    Yvonne McFadden LLC
    The entire island is constructed of reclaimed white oak
  • bigchange
    How high is the wooden counter top? Can you prep food at that level and it's still a good sitting height?
Nancy Fisher wrote:Sep 11, 2015
  • niqui13

    The shiplap is painted Pratt & Lambert Lambswool...not sure about the cabinets

ashleyannejackson wrote:Dec 18, 2011
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    The Shabby Nest
    Try Benjamin Moore's Snow White.
blake paige wrote:Dec 18, 2011
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    Yvonne McFadden LLC
    It is shiplap, I believe each plank is roughly 6" in height. We had them do a 1/8" (approx) straight edge route so that the lines stayed nice and clean
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                      What Houzz contributors are saying:

                      Charmean Neithart Interiors added this to Hot Seats! 12 Great Bar Stools for All Kitchen StylesNov 25, 2013

                      Notice how the sharp lines of these shiny metal bar stools by Go Home contrast the raw wood of the island. The eye likes contrast, making this a perfect pairing.

                      Becky Harris added this to Butter Up Your Kitchen With Julia Child's WisdomFeb 5, 2013

                      “You don't have to cook fancy or complicated masterpieces — just good food from fresh ingredients.”Think about fresh design ingredients when you're overwhelmed by the hundreds of thousands of tiles to choose from, or if you've gone appliance crazy and priced yourself right into a blown budget. Simple, honest materials like raw wood, tongue and groove paneling and a rectangular drum shade make this one of the most appealing kitchens I've seen.See the rest of this house

                      Elements of Style added this to Shaker Style Still a Cabinetry ClassicOct 28, 2012

                      Polyurethane finish. The Shaker profile used on the island bench cabinets is the real hero in this pared-down, industrial kitchen. The matte polyurethane finish on this reclaimed white oak timber enhances the grain, knots and streaks. It's a terrific example of how timeless this cabinetry can be.

                      Susan Stieglitz added this to ShiplapMay 25, 2012

                      Shiplap creates a shadow line where the wood overlaps the rabbet joint.

                      Becky Harris added this to Lake House Collection: 5 Cozy Camps Across the U.S.May 10, 2012

                      The Houzz: The ReserveBy: Yvonne McFaddenLocation: Sunset, North CarolinaInterior designer Yvonne McFadden added carefully edited wood accents throughout this home on Lake Keowee. In the kitchen the white fabric and rope give the square white pendant a subtly nautical feel.

                      Shawn Gauthier added this to Current Events for Traditional KitchensFeb 27, 2012

                      10. Do away with cabinetry. Open shelving is all the rage right now. Swap cabinetry for shelving for an instant style upgrade and an airy, relaxed aesthetic, especially when juxtaposed with a natural wood island.More:Kitchen Workbook: 15 Elements of a Traditional KitchenYour Kitchen: 10 Great Alternatives to Granite CountertopsHow to Add Cottage Charm to Your Kitchen

                      Lisa Frederick added this to So Your Style Is: IndustrialJan 30, 2012

                      Style Secret: Functional FurnishingsIndustrial furnishings are minimal and no-nonsense, with strong, clean lines and without a hint of excess. Mix new pieces with reclaimed ones — search thrift stores, flea markets and garage sales, and don’t be shy about investigating curbside castaways. Repurposing is central to this style: wooden crates turned into tables, old lockers used as storage, battered ladders turned into shelving.Smart strategy: Although homey, cushy furnishings can feel out of place, you don’t have to perch on metal stools and sleep on cots, either. Padded pieces should be simple and free of frills — nothing breaks the tension of industrial décor like an overstuffed wing chair or a tufted ottoman. Choose solid upholstery in natural textures and neutral colors.

                      Vanessa Brunner added this to Houzz Tour: Simple and Soothing in South CarolinaDec 14, 2011

                      Since this was a second home, "We didn't have to deal with the minutia that comes from everyday living," McFadden says. "Our goal was to simplify." Sink fixtures: Moen, WaterhillBarstools: Go Home Ltd.

                      What Houzzers are commenting on:

                      Julia Sadrian added this to CottageAug 7, 2019

                      wood counter, black counter, light walls, metal and black accents

                      sdamico5 added this to KitchenAug 3, 2019

                      Would we ever do shiplap instead of a backsplash?

                      Ann Rivera added this to KitchenJul 31, 2019

                      I like contrast of natural wood finish (on elements of island) and white in walls, cabinets

                      Kopp Construction Co added this to Industrial StyleJul 5, 2019

                      OPen shelving, wood island and metal stool make a great modern industrail look.

                      etch32 added this to CavanaughJun 23, 2019

                      Like the white with the wood island

                      jshenton added this to Adirondak Lake HouseMay 28, 2019

                      Open shelving on either side of the range with decor above. Wood finish on island cabinets. White walls with wood finish on doors.

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