Landmark Meadow FarmhouseTraditional Kitchen, Burlington

Elegant kitchen photo in Burlington with a farmhouse sink, yellow cabinets, recessed-panel cabinets and stainless steel appliances —  Houzz
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whitneyganderson wrote:Jul 12, 2014
  • Jacqueline Wright

    Is this available in a smaller size?

  • tlg2169

    I have never seen this fixture in a smaller size. Good luck!

Karin wrote:Sep 30, 2015
javier2002 wrote:Jul 15, 2015
  • HU-359124

    Thank you for your inquiry. Our client arranged for the painting of the cabinets and we do not have access to the paint color information.


  • Carol Mathias
    My guess is that is Liberty yellow, or a version of that. The original color was a lead paint and quite popular in houses 1900 - 1945. I had it in our 1914 home, and removed it in the 80s. Now I wish to have that color back. It would look great with the kitchen's original maple floors we uncovered.
chedrock wrote:Dec 12, 2013
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    Cushman Design Group
    Thank you for your inquiry. This color was chosen by our client after construction; we do not have the requested information.
  • nickelpope

    any updates on the color?

kyriachristison wrote:Dec 29, 2014
  • PRO
    Cushman Design Group
    Thank you for your inquiry. The windows are Pella Architect Series.
K Wills Sterling wrote:Dec 7, 2014
  • PRO
    Cushman Design Group
    Thank you for your inquiry. These shelves were custom built on site.
sasbear wrote:Nov 2, 2014
  • lucylou321
    please advise make of refrigerator. Looking for one for my small kitchen
acolomba wrote:May 21, 2014
  • PRO
    Cushman Design Group
    Thank you for your inquiry. This rug was supplied by our client and we do not have information regarding who makes it.
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              bonathome
              Bonnie McCarthy added this to Tackle Big Messes Better With a Sparkling-Clean DishwasherSep 3, 2015

              In the past, dishwashers were equipped with a part called a macerator, a food-grinding component that operated along the same lines as a garbage disposal, and made almost as much noise. The food fell into the macerator and was ground up and disposed of with the wastewater.Newer models have eliminated the macerator and instead use a detachable cylindrical filter located on the bottom of the machine. When food is washed from dishes, the large particles are captured inside the filter to avoid clogging the drain, a much quieter process. The problem is that the large particles remain trapped inside until the filter is cleaned. Forgotten filters can become clogged with large pieces of debris and may even start to smell. If there is a funky odor coming from your dishwasher, this may be the culprit.Shop dishwashers on Houzz

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              Laura Gaskill added this to A Dozen Ways to Bring Vintage Charm to Your KitchenJul 3, 2015

              5. Beadboard. For a kitchen that channels vintage farmhouse or cottage style, beaded board is a great way to instantly boost charm. Use it as a backsplash, on the base of an island or to cover entire walls. Painted crisp white, buttercream or mint green, beadboard can bring some soul to even the plainest white box of a kitchen.6. Farmhouse sink. A fireclay or porcelain apron-front farmhouse sink with a gooseneck faucet works in any vintage-style kitchen, but it’s more at home in older houses and farmhouses rather than in midcentury ranches.

              jenott
              Jennifer Ott Design added this to Color of the Week: Easter LilyMar 15, 2015

              Painted kitchen cabinets are all the rage these days, and I’m seeing an uptick in yellow cabinets in particular. A pale yellow hue is perfect for a rustic or traditional kitchen. Again, if you have light- to medium-toned wood floors, pick up a soft yellow shade from the wood. All of these warm tones also will help balance the coolness of stainless steel appliances.

              kcjermain
              Kimberly Collins Jermain added this to Speed-Dial Color Selection to Get the Best ResultDec 1, 2014

              Consider natural light. Look at the natural light that illuminates the rooms for which you are devising a color plan. Identify the orientation and the amount of light available during the time of day each space will be used.A kitchen that receives eastern light will have a soft, sunny glow at breakfast but will need some help to be a positive family gathering spot in the late afternoon when dinner is being prepared. A light wall color that has a yellow or an orange tinge can give the room a sunlit glow at the end of the day. Acknowledging the pluses and minuses of the room’s light conditions will help you narrow down your color choices.

              becky
              Becky Harris added this to 12 Farmhouse Touches That Bring Homeyness to a KitchenOct 21, 2014

              Beadboard. Beadboard adds a traditional element to any kitchen. Accessorizing with mason jars brings to mind good old-fashioned canning and jam making.

              ermiller
              Liz Miller Interiors added this to New Reasons to Love and Decorate With YellowFeb 15, 2014

              The Aztec diet was based on corn, so the Aztecs used yellow to symbolize food. And the founders of McDonald’s obviously knew what they were doing when they chose the color for their arches. The next time you’re cooking, try turning on The Beatles’ Yellow Submarine or Donovan’s Mellow Yellow to celebrate this sunny hue. More: My Blue Heaven: New Reasons to Love the Color of Sea and Sky

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              dkp3342 added this to FarmhouseAug 13, 2019

              Kitchen set-up; instead of dishwasher, put dorm fridge next to full fridge with coffee center above. Like the open shelves - can put each or our mugs here

              jessica_lukens40
              Jessica Lukens added this to KitchenAug 9, 2019

              Sink not centered. Beautiful yellow - liberty yellow perhaps?

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