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Inspiration for a contemporary galley eat-in kitchen remodel in Edmonton with a single-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, gray backsplash, glass sheet backsplash, paneled appliances and white countertops

LG House - KitchenContemporary Kitchen, Edmonton

LG House (Edmonton
Design :: thirdstone inc. [^]
Photography :: Merle Prosofsky

Inspiration for a contemporary galley eat-in kitchen remodel in Edmonton with a single-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, gray backsplash, glass sheet backsplash, paneled appliances and white countertops —  Houzz
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dsignr wrote:Aug 17, 2012
  • neriuks

    Hi, thirdstone inc,

    I am thinking of installing Ikea kitchen and was wondering if you still like your kitchen and how it is holding up for you.

    Thank you,

    Inga

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    thirdstone inc. [^]

    Hi neriuks - I would use or specify IKEA again for sure on any of our projects.

vscding wrote:Jun 8, 2012
  • Warwick Gabriel

    I am a bit late finding this kitchen, and love the design.. I have a quick question if you are still responding :) What is the width of the wood panel in comparison to the island? I can't tell from your layout plan or the picture if the panel was 4' wide or the width of the island etc..

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    thirdstone inc. [^]

    The wood ceiling panel is 4' wide. The Island is 27" wide. Graphic plan points to the dashed line indicating "outline of panel above"

durgeshp wrote:Mar 2, 2014
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    CPN Development
    I have been using Ikea cabinets in my units for years and they have held up just fine even with rough tenant use. Good job on this project! It's beautiful!
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Lindy King wrote:Jul 23, 2012
  • french2music
    Thirdstone, inc -- you rock! Really appreciate that you respond to questions AND provide details. Your work on the LG House is beautiful. Thank you for excellent example of courtesy and professionalism.
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    thirdstone inc. [^]

    Thanks 'frenchmusic'! That made my day!

pchoksi wrote:Sep 25, 2012
benilaterova wrote:Sep 14, 2012
  • Lara Henshaw
    Hi - quick question about the Thermador Fridge - the height of the fridge is 83.75" - but I cannot get it to line up to the Ikea high cabinet (80 or 88") - how did you keep the seamless look? Thanks!
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Hi Lara - Have you accounted for the toe-kick/cove which is approx. 4"? ...i.e. -/+4" + 80" = -/+84"

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
bethro wrote:Mar 5, 2012
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Thanks for the comment on the island.

    Most of the kitchen material, with the exception of the quartz countertop, was from IKEA. We chose a contractor (who installed all the caninetry) based on his skillsets, availability and scheduling. We also knew that it would require patience due to some of the custom detailing requirements.

    ~thirdstone inc. [^]
  • michoumonster
    hi, can you tell me what quartz material you used for the counters? it looks pure white, no speckles. is that correct? your kitchen design is so beautiful and clean. thank you!
martyreyes wrote:Jan 20, 2012
  • nsalta
    what Ikea cabinets do you use to get the large drawer units? I am not seeing them as being available. Thanks and beautiful job!!!
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    large drawer units below countertops in this image are 36" wide

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
sneakypw wrote:Feb 3, 2014
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    Innovate Building Solutions
    Thirdstone - excellent input about the high gloss panels. I think this is an exciting line for both the kitchen and for the bathroom. They are easy to work with for a DIY'er (they can be drilled and cut with normal woodworking tools), come in a variety of colors and are waterproof (and less costly than backpainted glass).

    You make some good points about not being able to use them where the heat is too high though. I'll include some images below as well as a link that provides more info on this material:

    http://innovatebuildingsolutions.com/products/bathrooms/high-gloss-acrylic-wall-panels
  • Lisa Kepinski
    Love the look of these!
Lindy King wrote:Jul 5, 2012
  • Lindy King
    We have such similar tastes. I had chosen almost the same, but Hansgrohe because it seemed a better price, but this Grohe is sleeker and the price is comparable. I ordered the Grohe Concetto vanity faucets (the angled one called NEW). I have settled (I think) on a sleek Krauss double sink but it's 32", just want to make sure it fits their 35-7/8" cab. For some reason Ikea says their 30" must have a min 35-7/8" cab. So that confuses me a bit.
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Those fixtures are all good choices The Krauss double sink will look good. It should fit the 35-7/8" cab.
TL Cosper wrote:Jan 11, 2013
  • georgeabraham
    I really like your kitchen design. very pleasing colors and clever design.Is the depth of the upper cabinet 12 or 24"? I saw it in the section that 12" depth was used by mechanical chase. Does the mechanical chase run all throughout the cabinet area or only where the cooktop is provided?
    Thanks!
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Thanks for the comments. The chase runs the entire length of the kitchen wall. The most upper row of cabinets are 12" depth

    :: thirdstone inc [^]
haldesign wrote:Aug 22, 2012
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Hi shatzreise

    FRIDGE:

    The Fridge is a panel ready Thermador 36" w X 84" high. We then had the same high-gloss material matching the kitchen applied to the front. This requires a lot of skill so make sure you hire someone who knows how to do this.

    IKEAs high cabinets are available in 80" heights + 4" for the plinth (kick) and this will equal the height of a 7' (84") fridge. IKEA also has a panel available in 36" width so there was no need to cut on at least 3 sides. Fridge side panels are also the same material as the cabinetry (high-gloss white).

    Here's a link to the available cover panels at IKEA.
    http://www.ikea.com/ca/en/catalog/products/80153433 or search the following on their website:

    PERFEKT ABSTRAKT $150.00 (CAD)
    Cover panel for high cabinet, high gloss white/gray/cream

    Product dimensions
    Width: 36 "
    Height: 96 "
    Thickness: 1/2 "

    Width: 91.4 cm
    Height: 243.8 cm
    Thickness: 1.4 cm

    LIGHTING:

    Refer to the following discussion:
    https://www.houzz.com/discussions/the-spotlights-dsvw-vd~135518

    Hope this helps!

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
  • shatzreise
    Thank you soo much for your reply. I was working with the Ikea fridge and no wonder I couldn't make the height work. I'll check out the fridge you suggested.
otto77 wrote:May 17, 2012
  • erin h

    Sorry to resurrect this thread years later but I see you mentioned induction cook tops and gas ranges - any thoughts on using these panels for a regular glass top electric range? It's a free-standing model with a control panel along the back so I don't think there would be a ton of heat coming off the back but curious to hear you thoughts. Thanks! It's beautiful!

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    thirdstone inc. [^]

    Hi Erin - As mentioned previously, it is not recommended using the panels next to a cooking appliance in general. It's ultimately up to your local code regulations and whether you as the user want to use the panels for this purpose.

Mary Bellofatto wrote:Jun 14, 2014
scottswan wrote:Mar 23, 2013
rjacobson333 wrote:Aug 18, 2012
  • rjacobson333
    Thanks - that helps with the vanity explanation. I will check teago, Great idea with the kitchen cabinet....I think you need to do an Ikea blog, you make it look so good.

    I like the picture...I see - the 3 cm probably will be okay, I'm over thinking every detail!

    Lip pull - see attached. The handle for the drawers or doors in the kitchen. That lip pull is small - 1 1/4 inch wide. Attaches to the inside of the drawer - like you have.
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Hi Robyn - A blog sounds like another full time job ;)

    That lip pull looks like the 'klippig' or something from hefale. I had to correct myself in another discussion but the actual pulls we spec'd for this project was the "Blankett" handle.
mapyjulien wrote:Jul 9, 2012
  • jackson0712
    Is your push latch (for the uppers) also from Ikea? Do they pop out far enough to grab the door?
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Yes the push latch option is also available from IKEA. They open far enough to open the door.

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
Katerina Harapinia wrote:Jan 23, 2012
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    @mark94973 - They've held up beautifully!

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
  • ou penny
    Beautiful design
bobblabla wrote:Jan 25, 2014
  • No Lev
    We have pure white caesarstone with high gloss white (upper) cabinets. Love love love it
  • No Lev
    Oops sorry for posting the pic 3 times!!
RH Reid wrote:Jan 5, 2014
  • Lucienne Lucienne
    I cant believe you answer me!!! Thank you very much!!!
  • RH Reid
    I ended up buying the Berenson 1057 in Chrome 3 in and 6in Bravo series
katrenz wrote:Aug 16, 2012
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Hi cbinnie

    Thanks for the comment. I assume when you call it 'glass cooktop' you referring to it as an induction - see link below. If this is what you're planning to use it should be safe but if you're planning to use something else you should confirm with the cooktop manufacturer.

    http://www.houzz.com/photos/products/induction-cooktop

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
  • cbinnie
    Actually, I'm not referring to induction but rather a regular glass ceran cooktop, which I presume emits a bit more heat than induction would.
trinazz wrote:Mar 3, 2012
  • Lindy King
    I have a few questions about this design. I know you put a strip of laminate under the top cabinets, but I don't think you used the high gloss white sheets from Ikea as those sheets are 1/2" thick. May I ask what you used?

    Also, did you use this same material on the sides of the cabinets? My uppers will not be against any wall, so the sides of each set of cabinets needs a high-gloss covering. Does this stuff stay on well? Two ends will be near the stove. Maybe it is better if each set of upper cabinets (2) be encased in a frame.

    I see you created a frame for the lower uppers to provide depth to insert them.

    Thx for any answer. :)
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Hi Lindy - It is in fact a thin high-gloss white plastic 'laminate' sheet. I think you're confusing this with the IKEA 'cover' or 'side panel' which is the 1/2" thick panel you're referring to.

    For more information see my correspondence with another user.
    https://www.houzz.com/discussions/love-the-backsplash-you-say-it-is-not-glass-where-did-you-find-it-dsvw-vd~144344

    Here's the link to IKEA's website for the cover panel.
    http://www.ikea.com/ca/en/catalog/products/10200881/#/40069988

    Hope this helps!

    ~ thirdstone inc [^]
nitsujwolrah wrote:Mar 26, 2013
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    The range hood in this case is less than 12" depth which is suitable to fit seamlessly into the upper cabinets rather than having the bulky conventional range hood.

    We specified the Inca Smart Standard Insert Hood by Faber - http://www.faberonline.com/incasmart.html. It also very reasonably priced!

    The fan is vented direct-out since it is an exterior wall condition.

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
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    CPN Development
    What refrigerator did you use and how did you fit the ikea panels to look so seamless? Did you have to cut the panels and if so, what did you do with the edging?
pamelatyrrell wrote:Feb 6, 2013
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Sorry our messages crossed...here's the revised plan. :: thirdstone inc. [^]
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    If i had an opportunity to re-design this kitchen from a functional point, i would have proposed the 'revised' version - i.e. two separate work zones.

    If you have the room, ideally you would want to have a minimum 4' aisle width

    Thanks for the comments. Visit us again soon to see new projects or 'Follow' us for project updates or design tips!

    :; thirdstone inc. [^]
mortimore99 wrote:Oct 13, 2012
  • lehnenj
    Does anyone know where to get flooring similar to the Ikea Markland?
  • ecinajjanice
    Yes, I am looking too...anyone have any ideasÉ
tiluarora wrote:Apr 26, 2012
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    tiluarora,

    I forgot to answer your last question. The baseboard is not a Fryreglet. I used a shadow bead to end the drywall approx. 2" above the finish floor. The same flooring material (as a baseboard) was then applied to the 2" reveal below the drywall. I'll post some more information on this tomorrow...
kenra wrote:Jan 25, 2013
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Yes they are in fact high-gloss AND from IKEA. I would suggest checking again with your nearest IKEA just to make sure.

    :: thirdstone inc [^]
  • lowprofile
    In Holland They only come in aluminium look, not white, i also liked it beter in white.
rachellec12 wrote:Oct 13, 2012
Kenneth Greenberg wrote:Sep 26, 2012
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Hi stephanieg33

    The width of the island is a full depth base cabinet (+/- 24") and the countertop is an additional 3", so 27" depth counter surface. The island is 10' long.

    The aisles are 3'-3" wide. If you have more room, i would suggest a 4'-0" width instead but min. 3'-0"

    Fridge is Thermador. All other appliances are Bosch - Dishwasher (super quiet!), Induction Cooktop, and Wall Ovens. Sinks - Blanco; Fixtures - Grohe

    :: thirdstone inc [^]
  • Stephanie Grossman
    Thank you!!!
bethro wrote:Apr 22, 2012
  • tiluarora
    Hi Amazing kitchen, is the entire kitchen IKEA cabinets. What toe kick did you use for the kitchen white or stainless steel . Also what is your counter top and the floor tiles???
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Hi tiluarora - Thanks for the comments.

    The entire kitchen is from IKEA with some slight adjustments and custom detailing to make it all work and unique. The countertop is Ceastarstone quartz - color "Blizzard #2141"

    The finish floor is a floating system from IKEA called "Markland Flooring" $2.49/SF. Unfortunately, the 'anthracite' colour (shown here) is now discontinued, but is still available in 'white'. Each laminate panel is a approx. 12" x 48"

    The toe-kicks all match the cabinetry. (high-gloss white)

    Hope this helps! ~ thirdstone inc. [^]
veronica24 wrote:Apr 11, 2014
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    We spec'd the 'Faber Incasmart' model which is, at most, 12" depth and therefore aligns with the upper cabinets. The Arezzo above still appears to be deeper than 12" - 18".

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
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    Design Care
    Can you tell me if you used a liner, or was the insert just against the cabinetry. I am designing a home right now and the range is 36" wide, and the cabinet depth is 12". Wondering if I need a custom liner, or if it can go against the cabinet (is that code?) Thanks!
Sherrie Tschickardt wrote:Mar 8, 2014
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    ...here's a closeup image of the upper cabinets. Note the Light Valance on the lower row of upper cabinets.

    You can also see the underside of the top row of cabinets treated with a high-gloss sheet of plastic laminate to match the cabinetry. This hides the seams between each of the cabinet frames.

    The middle panel covers the range hood which is only 12" depth. It pops off in case you need to service the range hood.

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
  • lucy
    hood issue
sklein2100 wrote:Apr 30, 2013
berubeda wrote:Mar 30, 2013
  • emilycole
    Any chance you'd be willing to offer me the same advice? I have a long narrow row home and the kitchen shrinks down even further to 10'6" wide x 23'7" long. We just gutted it and are trying to figure out the space. We were thinking of a seating nook on one side then trying for something like what you did... With a wall of cabinets and the fridge and range on one side, the opposing wall would be open, and then an island with a sink and dishwasher. We are concerned that this space is going to be too narrow for an island though. The ceilings are super high - roughly 10 feet. Do you have any advice or have you ever worked with a long narrow space like this? Thanks!
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    emilycole - Sorry we didn't see this question. Just some advice to avoid this from happening; If you're hoping to have something answered, we recommend starting your own question rather than continue from someone's else's previous question. Therefore we are better able to track it.

    Also, if you can provide a photo, or better yet, an existing plan of your kitchen, then we can quickly assess it and comment.

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
Cookie wrote:Mar 24, 2013
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    Kite Interior Design
    Look into the new jenn air floating glass refrigerator it already has the glass in the front
  • shelleymagness
    What are the kitchen cabinets made of? Are they costly?
plumberry wrote:Aug 16, 2012
  • plumberry
    Thank you for your reply! I have one more question, how high is the upper cabinet from the counter?
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Hi plumberry

    If you're referring to the underside of the cabinet to the top of counter, it is 30".
trinazz wrote:Jan 26, 2012
  • trinazz
    thank you! i am expecting my ikea delivery in 2 weeks and am going for exactly this streamlined look. i guess i have good taste! haha
  • Shana Striha
    I think they are called Grip.
mariannemessina wrote:Jun 24, 2014
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    It's actually 3/4" (2cm) thick with square profile. A lot of the sleeker German / Italian modern kitchens are even thinner. If you're after a thicker look, then yes it would be more expensive since you're using more material.

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]

    SieMatic, S2 · More Info
  • mariannemessina
    Thank you!, ikea has a 1&1/4 solid ceasar stone, in pure white),I can get
    Installed for $65 a square foot, doing a waterfall on island,
    Similar size to yours, doing all white in island). What do you think about that thickness?
    Love your work, thanks again for your reply!
Ann wrote:May 11, 2014
amelialouise wrote:Apr 6, 2014
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Hi amelialouise - That's very thoughtful for you to say. Glad we're able to help and appreciate that you recognize our efforts!...

    To answer your question, the pulls used here are IKEA's aluminum "Blankett" handles (1-15/16"). They have since added other sizes ranging from 2" up to 30" length.

    Check IKEA for the latest that they carry...

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
  • amelialouise
    Thank you! I've used those in a condo project so should have recognized them. Mockett is a much higher priced and probably slightly better quality alternative. Being that you've now made me lazy...LOL...the lighting over the island looks fantastic. Would you mind telling me what it is?
    BTW, if you are ever looking for a really interesting light fixture that can be customized in many ways check out the "Twig" light from Apparatus. Website, apparatustudio.com.
bonjourliette wrote:Jan 14, 2014
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Je ne parle pas français mais je ferai de mon mieux pour répondre si vous avez une question.

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
  • jean-yves
    Bonjour Linette,

    On y travaille.
    Regardez : www.houzz.fr

    ;)
Anne Malcarne wrote:Oct 13, 2013
  • Anne Malcarne
    From previous post looks like its discontinued. Is their a substitute? Heated?
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    I haven't come across another substitute unfortunately. Anything I have seen is quite more expensive.

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
paigeblackwelder wrote:Sep 26, 2013
jedisalf wrote:Aug 23, 2013
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Hi jedisalf

    Thanks for the question and kind words.

    There is a side panel on the left side of the double wall ovens. However, it was cut and therefore doesn't go all the way to the floor. Thus you have a toe-kick condition that is continuous.

    Hope this helps!

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
  • bethteilhet
    What is the backsplash ?
Sarah Blome wrote:Jul 8, 2013
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    The finish cabinetry has worn extremely well. This household has 2 small kids. As well very easy to clean and maintain - fingerprints (on high-gloss white/charcoal) are not an issue.

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
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    ASCENSOROI
    Hi dis is my designs pl contact if u r requre 9620720481
Anita wrote:Apr 13, 2013
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Hi chakuli - Most kitchen suppliers will offer a 'high-gloss' thermafoil finish like IKEA's. I would try that first. If not there are plastic laminate surfaces with a similar high-gloss affect.

    Hope this helps!

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
  • Anita
    Thank you.
mooniecat wrote:Jan 29, 2013
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Hi Mooniecat - We specified the "Blizzard #2141" series from the Caesarstone line for this project. You may also want to consider the "Pure White #1141".

    Hope this helps!

    :: thirdstone inc.
  • mooniecat
    Wow ! Such a quick response ! Thank you so much !
hcoinvdiac wrote:Jun 20, 2012
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Hi hcoinvdiac,

    Regarding the cost of the kitchen cabinetry, including island and backsplash only (see previous notes) was approx. $13K (CAD). Quartz countertops was approx. $4K (CAD)

    These figures exclude installation and appliances.

    Hope this helps! Thanks for the comment and interest in the LG House. Stay tuned for future projects to be uploaded to this site

    ~ thirdstone inc. [^]
  • hcoinvdiac
    thank you very much!
Stone Custom Homes wrote:May 23, 2012
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Greetings Stone Custom Homes,

    This is a floating floor system from IKEA called "Markland Flooring" $2.49/SF. Unfortunately, the 'anthracite' colour (shown here) is now discontinued, but is still available in 'white'. Each laminate panel is a approx. 12" x 48"

    I would recommend protecting the flooring with a rug at entry locations. The high-gloss finish does show dust and foot marks but is super easy to clean. ~ thirdstone inc. [^]
  • samirim
    Both of the Markland have now been discontinued (i had used Anthracite in my office before I saw your project!). Any leads on the German manufacturer (who made this for IKEA), and any alternatives? What appealed to me is the honesty of this laminate--it seeks to only look like what it is. Again, any close 2nds?
Ayse A. wrote:Jul 23, 2014
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    thirdstone inc. [^]

    Sorry for the late reply...Both walls are 16' long (fridge-36"w x 7' tall and Wall ovens-30"w) Ceiling height 9'; aisles are 39" wide; island is 10' long x 27" wide (countertop).

    Click on 'More info' below the photo to find so much more about this kitchen. This photo alone has 118 questions with most of them answered.

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]

Nipa Kumar wrote:Jul 11, 2014
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Hello Nipa

    1. Kindly research the questions for this kitchen, there is quite a bit of information provided including elevations and plan of the kitchen. Standing at the sink, there is a dishwasher to your left.
    2. Due to the narrow nature of the house, we couldn't place bar stools along the left side of the island. The aisle width is approx 39" so there just isn't enough room to accommodate both seating and circulation. The counter depth of the island is only 27". To include an eating counter, ideally you would want a min. 36" (24" for the base cabinet plus 12" of counter top overhang to serve as an eating counter.

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
Reggie Jarrett wrote:Jun 13, 2014
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Sure, here it is...

    Bosch 30" 500 Series Double Wall Oven With Convection, White | HBL5620UC · More Info


    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
siskaselbie wrote:Jun 10, 2014
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    I've posted this in one of the many questions asked about this kitchen. Kindly research...you'll find a lot detailed info on this kitchen.

    thirdstone inc. [^]
siskaselbie wrote:Jun 10, 2014
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    I've posted the layout of the kitchen previously...Kindly take the time to research.

    thirdstone inc. [^]
gregnally wrote:May 5, 2014
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    There's a plan with dimensions of the kitchen that we've posted...

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
Fusion Design wrote:Apr 29, 2014
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    IKEA Laminate Flooring System but it is now discontinued! :(

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
mooona wrote:Apr 25, 2014
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Markland Flooring from IKEA. Unfortunately it is now discontinued.

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
donnal wrote:Apr 23, 2014
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    This laminate floor is from IKEA but unfortunately discontinued...

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
bestlawyer wrote:Feb 26, 2014
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    High-gloss door fronts w/ melamine frames.

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
valegen wrote:Feb 23, 2014
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Sorry...don't know off hand. They're fairly conventional and easy to source though.

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
ejganna wrote:Feb 22, 2014
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Sure...This is it right here!...

    :: thirdstone inc [^]

    Bosch 30" 500 Series Double Wall Oven With Convection, White | HBL5620UC · More Info
jessicakoehler wrote:Feb 19, 2014
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Hi Jessica - Yes, the filler piece over/under the wall oven is flush with the door fronts. Any cut edge could be finished with tape edge to match the cabinetry. As an example, the inside face of the side gable of the Kitchen Island (visible in this photo) is faced with a high-gloss laminate.

    Hope this helps!

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
tpithawala wrote:Feb 17, 2014
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    The upper row of cabinets along the ceiling are in fact 12" depth but are flush with the High-Cabinets (counter depth). Note there is a Mechanical Chase for venting and plumbing behind these cabinets. The middle row of upper cabinets are 12" depth but recessed.

    The following graphic should illustrate how this was done.

    :: thirdstone inc [^]
jonahtracy wrote:Feb 2, 2014
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Discontinued unfortunately...(Markland Flooring by IKEA)

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
marylavia wrote:Jan 29, 2014
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Kindly search this please. A detailed answer to your question has been posted previously.

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
matapia01 wrote:Jan 23, 2014
jsheene wrote:Dec 3, 2013
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    jsheene - The pulls used here are the aluminum "Blankett" handles (1-15/16"). They have since added other sizes ranging from 2" up to 30" length.

    Check IKEA for the latest that they carry...

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
chrisstewart wrote:Nov 14, 2013
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    I don't think there's a 'standard' but i would start with around 50-58" high. I would suggest researching this further

    Hope this helps!

    :: thirdstone inc. [^]
cyberluisa wrote:Oct 19, 2013
paigeblackwelder wrote:Sep 27, 2013
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    thirdstone inc. [^]
    Hi paigeblackwelder,

    Simply knowing what appliances you want and the type of cabinetry you plan to purchase is key to ensuring you are able to plan and design your kitchen properly. Most kitchen measurements are universal.

    With the exception of Refrigerators, appliances are generally the depth of base cabinets (24"), but in this case the fridge was also counter depth making it 'flush' (same plane) with the rest of the cabinetry. In this example the height of the fridge is 7' which happens to be the same height of IKEA's High Cabinets (see Wall Ovens)

    It can become very complex if you're looking to build a kitchen that looks very clean and precise. If you don't think you can take on a project of this nature, my advice is to hire a kitchen designer.

    Hope this helps!

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Kathy Milinkovic wrote:May 6, 2013
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    To clarify the top row of cabinets are wall mounted - not ceiling mounted. The following graphic was posted for another user asking a similar question. Rather than try and search for it, here it is...

    Note the bulkhead frame behind the top row of cabinets. This is no different than wall-mounting a standard upper cabinet. The bulkhead in this case functioned as a mech/plumbing chase.

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Kathy Milinkovic wrote:Apr 5, 2013
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    In the LG House, the 7' high Thermador Fridge and similar height high-cabinet for the Wall Ovens established the datum line to the underside of the most upper row of cabinets, so it's possible but it depends on the size of your fridge and other appliances. The result may leave you only with 12" high cabinets along the top with an 8' high ceiling.

    Conversely, you could lower the entire double row upper cabinet to maintain similar proportions and to align with your selected fridge height.

    Hope this helps! For more answers search this photo for Elevation drawings of this kitchen.

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lilycasale wrote:Mar 14, 2013
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    Hi, kindly check under 'ask a question' which includes the answer to this and other items related to this kitchen.

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jackinabox wrote:Jan 28, 2013
Kenneth Greenberg wrote:Jan 10, 2013
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    hi kennethgreenberg18

    Yes. They are 15" high x 39" wide. There are 2 of them on each side of a 30" panel which is simply a cover panel over a 12" depth the range hood. There is a light valance just below the cabinet to shroud the under cabinet lighting.

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knitmaiden wrote:Jan 6, 2013
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    knitmaiden - Thanks for the kind words!

    Glad to help where we can and all the best with your own project. We would be interested in seeing the finished product so feel free to upload to this comment thread in the future.

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marionannette wrote:Dec 30, 2012
1124 wrote:Nov 18, 2012
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    Hi 1124,

    Bosch - - Wall Oven HBL5620UC (30" wide Double in white).

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Inversiones BIG Designs wrote:Oct 17, 2012
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    IKEA High-gloss white and charcoal.

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rachellec12 wrote:Oct 13, 2012
ohealey wrote:Oct 3, 2012
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    HI ohealey

    Thank you for your interest in the LG House. The paint color throughout is "Polar White" by Behr.

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benilaterova wrote:Sep 14, 2012
cheriebarr wrote:Jul 19, 2012
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    cheriebarr

    Thanks for the kind words! As for cracking or splitting we didn't experience any problems with working with this material. When cutting i would purchase a small high-gloss drawer door (check IKEA's 'as-is' section and maybe pick one up for 5 bucks) and test by cutting it. Good luck!

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Using lots of white always helps a kitchen feel more seamless and open, especially when it’s the finish for the cabinets themselves. In this example the white upper cabinets and white ceiling blend together to de-emphasize how large the cabinets are, giving the whole room a light and airy appearance.

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Double oven. Ovens separate from the cooktop offer homeowners more flexibility with their layout. Also, many people prefer raised ovens rather than having to bend down to use a range oven. It’s definitely better on your back! If you’ve got room for this arrangement and can find a spot for your microwave, this is a great setup. In a kitchen like this, a microwave drawer hidden on the back of the island is a great solution. The main sink on the island allows for the sleek electric cooktop to be located on the back wall.Variations: Double ovens typically come in 24-, 27- and 30-inch widths; the overall heights vary.

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