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Kitchen - mid-sized traditional l-shaped dark wood floor kitchen idea in Minneapolis with recessed-panel cabinets, subway tile backsplash, paneled appliances, white cabinets, marble countertops, gray backsplash, an undermount sink, an island and white countertops

Lake Minnetonka Tailored White KitchenTraditional Kitchen, Minneapolis

Kitchen Size: 14 Ft. x 15 1/2 Ft.
Island Size: 98" x 44"
Wood Floor: Stang-Lund Forde 5” walnut hard wax oil finish
Tile Backsplash: Here is a link to the exact tile and color: http://encoreceramics.com/product/silver-crackle-glaze/


•2014 MN ASID Awards: First Place Kitchens
•2013 Minnesota NKBA Awards: First Place Medium Kitchens

•Photography by Andrea Rugg



Kitchen - mid-sized traditional l-shaped dark wood floor kitchen idea in Minneapolis with recessed-panel cabinets, subway tile backsplash, paneled appliances, white cabinets, marble countertops, gray backsplash, an undermount sink, an island and white countertops —  Houzz
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julies71 wrote:Jul 24, 2013
  • David Murphy

    Thank you!

  • AboutToGetDusty

    Where are the outlets hidden along the stretch of windows? I can't find them (which is a good thing, design wise). Just wondering where they are hiding?!

maranian wrote:Jun 6, 2014
slader190 wrote:Nov 7, 2013
  • Todd
    What color are the cabinets and are the trim and Windows the same color as the cabinets
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs

    The cabinets are Benjamin Moore Simply White- OC-117 and the wall is BM Winds Breath OC-24. I believe the windows and all trim were also painted in Simply White but don't remember exactly.


Brenda Packard wrote:Jun 7, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs

    This is the Hex pull by Ashley Norton. They come in different colors of Bronze, one which patinas to a brass color in areas where it's used frequently.

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kdavis4423 wrote:Jul 30, 2013
  • jenniferdeco

    I was referring to the large circle shaped thing on the ceiling. It looks like a solo tube.

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    Liz Schupanitz Designs

    I think it's a speaker, if I remember correctly. It's been a while since I worked on this project.

vahouse4us wrote:Sep 7, 2013
ashleykhoekstra wrote:May 24, 2014
  • sj_gal

    Is the backsplash color more gray or tan/taupe? It looks tan in the picture.

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    Liz Schupanitz Designs

    Good question. It's kind of a mysterious color. It's called silver but definitely takes on a warmer tan/taupe color in the right light. At other times in cooler light, it appears more silver.

boriskobak wrote:May 10, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs

    This kitchen varies in clearance almost everywhere. The perimeter numbers are the size of the room without cabinets. The dining side of the kitchen, opposite the range wall is 188". This creates more space behind the seating of the island. The width of the kitchen at the range end is 176". From the range to the island the measure is 48" but the range protrudes from the cabinetry about 3" to 4", which results in more clearance on either side of the range. From the sink side of the island to the sink wall the measure is 42", the clearance recommended for single cook kitchens. The kitchen jogs on the seating side and varies from 36" at the range end to 52" to the cabinets behind the seating. I hope that helps.

  • Sumreen M

    Thank you for a detailed reply.

Karen Sanchez wrote:May 5, 2014
  • lauraoliver

    I couldnt find the "questions" either.

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    Liz Schupanitz Designs

    Laura, it says, "Ask questions" directly under the photo. You have to first click on "more info".



149ideas wrote:Apr 10, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs

    I would agree with Oak&Broad. I'm just looking at the MInwax website and that looks the closest online, but I would recommend testing it. Good luck!

  • Meg

    Thank you, Oak & Broad and Liz - I was thinking the same! Either that or the Special Walnut. We're painting our kitchen the same color by BM after a color consultation.

Emi wrote:Mar 24, 2014
  • denicekatija
    Liz, your floors and kitchen have inspired me. After looking at endless photos, it is your talent and creativity that have provided me with inspiration. Thank you!!
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    Thank you Denice.
Pillows & Pleats, LLC wrote:Jan 4, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    Thank you, Philly. The floor is Stang-Lund Forde 5” walnut hard wax oil finish. It's a pre-finished floor.
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    Oak & Broad
    We are making a similar Oiled/Wax finish over Black Walnut. Here are some shots.
sbriglio wrote:Nov 17, 2013
  • Nancy Zaino

    Love the kitchen! I am also doing Simply White Cabinetry and Trim; and Windsbreath on Little Wall Area and Above Cabinets, etc. What color would work well on walls in dining room and den with open floor plan

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    Liz Schupanitz Designs

    Hi Nancy,

    I don't have anything that comes to mind. It would require some time to look through some color decks and I'm short on time lately. Your best bet for advice would be to ask the question in the forum.

gloss07 wrote:Feb 20, 2014
  • jbh1372

    hi do you mean Calacatta marble? I can't seem to find aything called Calcutta?

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    Liz Schupanitz Designs

    Yes, it's Calacatta. I mispelled it.


mikannie wrote:Aug 2, 2013
  • jferrycapecod

    Will a honed marble not show etching?

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    Liz Schupanitz Designs

    It will still show etching but it's not as noticeable as etching on polished marble. It depends on the light in your kitchen. I've put it in kitchens where you have to look closely to find the etching and others where it's in front of a large window coming down to the countertop and it's pretty noticeable.


bmcastagno wrote:Nov 9, 2014
kitchenhelps wrote:Jun 10, 2014
  • clairemudroom
    Stunning kitchen. Love everything about it. Can you please tell me color of cabinets and size of island? Thank you.
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    Thanks. The color of the cabinetry is Ben Moore Simply White and the island size is 98" x 44".
Diana Simich wrote:Apr 26, 2014
  • tarab10
    what make of back splash
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    The backsplash tile is Encore in Silver 3" x 6".
b v wrote:Feb 16, 2014
emoreno87 wrote:Aug 29, 2013
  • Kristin Craftsman Farmhouse

    What is the clearance on walking side of island, from island to wall? Thanks! I love this! So beautifully done :)

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    Liz Schupanitz Designs

    Thanks, there is 42" between the sink wall and island, 48" between range wall and island and about 52" on the seating side of the island and the bar area behind it.

Kim Gamel wrote:Nov 4, 2014
  • molulu52

    could you tell me the height of the upper cabinets and the distance between the counter and bottom of cabinets?

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    Liz Schupanitz Designs

    The distance between the counter and the bottom of the cabinets is 18".

Bearing Point Construction wrote:Jun 14, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    The wood floor is pre-finished hardwood. In the photo it appears lighter than it does in reality. The tone by the range is what the whole floor looks like - it's much richer and consistent.
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    Luma Hardwoods
    Great looking flooring product. We also carry a 7.5" wide walnut and oil finished. Great work!
tiny1216 wrote:May 5, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs

    If you live in a major metropolitan area there is probably a hardware specialty store that you can order through. Otherwise, you can contact the manufacturer directly and they may be able to direct you to the nearest Ashley Norton dealer. There are also online resources but I've never ordered it that way. Good luck!

  • tonya b.

    This is a pretty white kitchen. Love the can lights.

annheikkinen wrote:Apr 23, 2014
Tina Johnson wrote:Apr 8, 2014
stevetrishr wrote:Mar 30, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    Yes, it's 14 1/2 ft. from wall to wall on the range wall, from window to pantry, no cabinetry.
  • minnienevada
    Thanks you, Liz. Love your work!
dreamhomeinwkz wrote:Feb 26, 2014
  • Lisa White

    Is the middle "drawer" on the fridge, just a faux panel for design purposes?

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    Liz Schupanitz Designs

    That is a Subzero with two separate freezer drawers at the bottom...no faux panels.

ysabelle112 wrote:Mar 29, 2015
  • maryrosa45

    Hi ! im looking for a crackle tile as well i love encore cermanic brand but i called everywhere and they do not carry this brand in toronto ON Canada. any recommendations ?

    Thank you

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    Liz Schupanitz Designs

    Here are two suggestions. You could look up the nearest U.S. store on their site and have them ship it or try this company in California. I believe they work direct and it's very similar look and a great company. https://www.fireclaytile.com/tile/sizes

    They will also send free samples, but I don't know if they have a limitation to the U.S. only.

    It's a lovely tile, but I think there are many manufacturers that have a similar look, like Sonoma Tile Works or Pratt and Larson.

djr8206 wrote:Mar 1, 2015
  • Jessci Allen
    I've tried customizing this product with some difficulty however. Could you please share the body and finish for these stools. Thanks.
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs

    Jessci, here is the information for the stools: finish is rustic silver with no crackle, no release only color with NS-09 antique nickel nail heads. The fabric is Kravet #31237. Hopefully that should help.

gribasc wrote:Feb 17, 2015
  • gribasc

    Thank you for the response. I am in the middle of my own kitchen remodel and we have very similar look. White cabinets, marble counter, dark floors. Was thinking of doing a chrome faucet but I'm on the fence. I really like the faucet shown in your design but I really thought it was chrome. Now I'm torn. :)

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    Liz Schupanitz Designs

    Have you chosen your hardware yet?

Adam Johnson wrote:Sep 26, 2014
  • Adam Johnson
    Is that common to use MDF isn't that a cheap way of doing it? What is the paint grade wood?
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    MDF is a really good material for painting and is very stable so that's why good cabinet makers use it on the inside panels.
Sonia wrote:Jul 18, 2014
  • enidan73
    Do you remember how long the refrigerator pulls are? Thank you!
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs

    I think they are 18" long. The center to center measure is different but Ashley Norton lists there pulls by total length.

Amy Adolph wrote:Apr 2, 2014
  • Meghan Nichols

    Do you prefer Simply White to White Dove? I'm looking for a "pure white".... this kitchen looks great!


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    Liz Schupanitz Designs

    I do! White Dove has been a designer favorite for years, but choosing the right white really depends on the color of your countertops, tile, floor, etc. There are definitely whiter whites than Simply White.

deliasaba wrote:Apr 2, 2014
  • jenny_bolesbarnett
    are the cabinets custom or a specific company? Love this style!
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    Thanks, Jenny. They are custom cabinets made by a small custom cabinet shop in Minneapolis.
Stacy Hayworth wrote:Mar 7, 2014
  • Kent VanHelsing
    Great contrasting floor with the clean white color scheme!
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    Oak & Broad
    I am pretty sure thats a Black Walnut floor. It looks great! We just finished one very similar.
sford48 wrote:Jan 24, 2014
  • Nancy Yeh
    Does this island have 3 or 4 legs?
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    It has 3 legs for countertop support. Sometimes I put a fourth leg at the cabinet corner, but in this case because the leg is tapered, I didn't think it was necessary.
pleaseyesplease wrote:Dec 1, 2013
alynnhunter22 wrote:Nov 23, 2013
  • bagoo13
    The floors are perfeft! Do they wear well?
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    The floors are a little more maintenance than usual because of the natural finish. According to the client, water stains show more.
Aeron wrote:Mar 8, 2015
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs

    Thanks! The floors are a pre-finished wood floor by Stang Lund. They are 5" walnut with a hard-waxed oil finish.

  • Linda W
    Like the look but perhaps tile with this look is better for areas with water.
Julie Drew wrote:Nov 8, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    If you are referring to the inside edge profile on the doors and the outside profile on the top drawers, it is an applied beaded molding. I don't have the specific size of the bead. Hope that answers your question.
  • Julie Drew
    yes it does. Thank you!!
Key Designs wrote:Oct 29, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    Hi Mary, I will have to get back to you when I have more time. The question has been asked several times so if you search other photos or maybe even this one, you will find the answer. Thanks, Liz
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    The island dimensions are 98" x 44".
mnav13 wrote:Sep 14, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    Thanks! The paint is a conversion varnish and I believe it's about a 20% sheen, which is similar to eggshell.
  • mnav13
    Thanks for your quick reply.
April Maye wrote:Sep 9, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    Hi April, I'm not sure what you mean by the "scribes" on the cabinets?
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    The cabinet door has an applied beaded molding on the inside profile of the door if that is what you are referring to as a scribe.
Melody wrote:Aug 14, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    Melody, they used plug molding under the cabinets. One of the drawbacks to plug molding is that you see the wire going up to the plug, but in general most appliances that you plug in are tall enough that you won't see it anyway. Good luck on your project!
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    Melody
    Thank-you! This kitchen is a dream... great work!
Tyler Turner wrote:Jul 14, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    Encore is the manufacturer, but there is no style name. If you go to the website, just look under field tile, I believe. 3 x 6 in silver. Or if you want to search the questions under each photo you will find a link to the specific tile. I don't have time to search for it right now. I think it is also linked to a green tag on one of the photos.
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    Look for the Green tag on this photo and any photo on Houzz that you have a question about. I modified the tag to link to the specific tile.
rymohouse wrote:Apr 15, 2014
brooklyn3 wrote:Mar 24, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    Thanks, the client chose the tile and worked independently with the tile setter so unfortunately, I don't have the answer to your question.
  • brooklyn3
    ok thanks for getting back to me!
Lisa wrote:Aug 31, 2013
candrew5 wrote:Mar 24, 2015
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs

    Thanks! I'm sorry but I don't remember the color and can't find it in my records.

cindyz9 wrote:Mar 20, 2015
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs

    Hi Cindy, they are honed. I recommend the honed because etching will eventually happen when acids like lemon juice or wine come in contact with the countertop. It shows less with honed marble. I get mixed information from the fabricators and homeowners about staining which may have something to do with the quality of the marble or the sealant being used.

    I have heard that polished marble shows staining less but personally I think the etching is more noticeable on polished marble. Most marble owners I've talked with say that the stains end up looking yellow to gray which ends up blending in.

olearc wrote:Mar 1, 2015
Kimberly Charles wrote:Feb 2, 2015
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    It is the Madigan counter stool from Hickory Chair. You can go to the Hickory Chair site to find designers or showrooms in your area that will help you. It is the correct height for a counter and may just look tall because of the sides that slope up.
robperrotta wrote:Jan 26, 2015
cisternial wrote:Jan 26, 2015
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    It's a conversion varnish that comes in sheen levels and I believe it's about a 20 sheen,similar to an eggshell.
Maria wrote:Jan 12, 2015
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    Maria, that should be enough room for 3 stools. It's recommended that you have 24" for each person seated at a 36" high countertop, so your measures give you a little more elbow room than required. It's a beautiful and really comfortable stool.
Chandell Sites wrote:Jan 8, 2015
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    Thanks! It's actually a 4 seat island with no opening at the end of the island by the range. The size is 98" long by 44" wide with a 15" clearance in the seating areas from the 1" countertop overhang to the cabinetry underneath.
mknbi wrote:Jan 5, 2015
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    In the client's review, she stated that it cost over $100,000.
Anne Rambo_Young wrote:Jan 3, 2015
skoenck wrote:Dec 24, 2014
easyhill wrote:Dec 21, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    The floor is Stang Lund Ford 5" walnut hard wax oil finish. It's difficult to find this specific make on the internet, but it can be found at ProSource in Minnesota. Wood has natural anti bacterial properties but that may be affected by the finishes. I'm not familiar with specific anti-bacterial cleaners for wood floors. I also haven't used cork in a kitchen so have not had enough experience with it to give you advice. It can be damaged from standing water but so can wood.
Laura Solinas wrote:Dec 16, 2014
stephheller wrote:Dec 8, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    I don't have the specific height of the window. It was about 6' wide.
murchkid wrote:Nov 21, 2014
juma1127 wrote:Nov 8, 2014
crazylaurel wrote:Nov 4, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    Thanks, The floor is Stang-Lund Forde 5” walnut hard wax oil finish. It can be found at ProSource in Minnesota.
janetjfaulk wrote:Nov 1, 2014
amymelissaweinberg wrote:Oct 19, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    They are made by Ashley Norton and it is called the Hex pull in white bronze.
pharrison52 wrote:Oct 15, 2014
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hiddenhomestead wrote:Oct 9, 2014
sbriglio wrote:Oct 1, 2014
Lindsay Yenni wrote:Sep 21, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    The floor is a pre-finished Walnut floor made by Stang-Lunde. In Minneapolis you can find it at Pro Source.
gingersdesigns wrote:Sep 12, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    They are custom cabinets from a local cabinetry shop in Minneapolis. A good local custom cabinet maker in you area should be able to replicate the door style. There are several manufactured cabinetry companies that also carry a similar door.
Laura Klominek wrote:Sep 8, 2014
altals wrote:Jul 17, 2014
evegas wrote:Jun 27, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    It is a sprayed conversion varnish done in the shop as opposed to onsite.
jeannie5656 wrote:Jun 22, 2014
kapri wrote:Jun 12, 2014
Karen Sanchez wrote:Apr 30, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    The ceiling height is 8' and the overall dimensions are approximately 15' x 15' with the range wall narrowing to 14'.
abraswell1 wrote:Mar 31, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    It's approximately 15 1/2 ft. x 15 1/2 ft at the widest part and jogs in at the range end to a narrower measure.
hedgehogmeadow wrote:Mar 30, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    Thanks so much for your interest and your very nice compliments. I have permission from my client to share the specific information, so please send me a message.

    As far as the custom hood is concerned, I don't know the exact cost of the hood since it's part of the overall cost. A custom wood hood is usually more expensive than a stainless hood that has the blower and motor built in, but not prohibitively so unless you have found a very inexpensive hood. The overall price depends on the blower liner you choose and the cabinetmaker or manufacturer that is providing the wood surround. The hood is no different than a piece of cabinetry and the more ornate you make it, the more expensive it will be. This one is pretty simple. Good luck with your plan - your color choices and materials will be beautiful.
carolynschweitzer wrote:Mar 17, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    Hi Carolyn, the pricing varies according to fabric and finishes chosen. You can look up the Hickory Chair Madigan stool on their website and ask for pricing from an interior designer or furniture retailer in your area that carries Hickory Chair. I didn't provide the stools, so I don't even know a ballpark price.
kkranz1000 wrote:Mar 15, 2014
Krystal Papillion Lewis wrote:Mar 12, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    Thanks. It's approximately 15 1/2 ft. x 15 1/2 ft at the widest part and jogs in at the range end to a narrower measure.
Brantley wrote:Feb 22, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    Thank you. I didn't choose the grout so I can't answer that question.
Cory Connor Designs wrote:Jan 27, 2014
gloss07 wrote:Jan 23, 2014
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    There is pricing on the web if you google Ashely Norton. You can also look up AshleyNorton.com to find a dealer in your area.
brittanyd wrote:Dec 21, 2013
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    Thanks for your interest. The cabinets are painted in Benjamin Moore Simply White.
uscgrad1991 wrote:Dec 5, 2013
Kim Johnson wrote:Oct 31, 2013
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    The island leg was custom designed by Liz Schupanitz Designs and then sent to Glacial Wood Products in Minnesota. They have a selection of stock lefs or will custom fabricate from your designs.
sunflower1yellow wrote:Sep 12, 2013
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    It will stain and etch, but the etching isn't as noticeable if it is honed. I recommend trying to get a hold of a chunk of the marble or even a marble tile to test so that you can see what etching or staining will look like. If you've looked into other countertops, know the pros and cons and still can't give it up, then you may be a good candidate for marble, but that's difficult to know without seeing your home and how you live. Do you like to cook? Do you have kids, big or small who will leave a spill of kool-aid on the counter for hours before you catch it? I've heard that story - the homeowner still loves her marble.

    From the homeowners I've talked to that love their marble, they see the staining and etching as part of the character of the stone. My thought is that the first stain or spot feels like a crisis but then becomes part of the fabric of the stone, something you don't even notice. What you do notice is the overall look and feel, and there's nothing like it.
grmill wrote:Sep 6, 2013
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    The client and her interior designer found the stool through Hickory Chair. It's called the Madigan barstool and is available in many different wood finishes and materials.
sadlerhouse wrote:Aug 29, 2013
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    Hickory Chair makes the bar stool. It's called the Madigan. Thanks!
shneha16 wrote:Aug 16, 2013
btasolomon wrote:Aug 16, 2013
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    Liz Schupanitz Designs
    The refrigerator is Subzero 736TCI. Thanks for your nice comment.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

lisa9089
Lisa Higgins added this to Dream Spaces: 12 Beautiful White KitchensMar 20, 2014

White works beautifully with gray, as evidenced by the silvery backsplash in this Minnesota kitchen (made from Encore 3- by 6-inch silver ceramic tiles). The custom cabinetry — including the island, with its artfully turned legs — is painted in Benjamin Moore’s Simply White. Honed Calacatta marble covers the counters and island top, while the warm wood floors (by Stang-Lund) are walnut with a hard-wax-oil finish.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

kayecee_harvey
KayeCee Harvey added this to KayeCee's ideas7 hours ago

like the table, but with a foot rest in the middle bottom

modesto1
modesto1 added this to Villages Kitchen 201910 hours ago

The refrigerator style. Big doors

shsmith56
shsmith56 added this to Kitchen13 hours ago

like flush fridge, subtle hood and stool on side if extra stools needed or fit our island slide in stove and range looks good

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