Melrose KitchenTraditional Kitchen, Boston

A new double casement window replaced the old smaller window to allow more light into the space. The window is a true simulated divided light window to keep the look and feel of the original style of the house. It was custom made to replicate the existing six over six double hung windows. The window casing is angled to add an architectural detail and allow for more light. In front of it is the farmhouse sink with school house pendent light.

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Inspiration for a timeless kitchen remodel in Boston with a farmhouse sink, wood countertops, white appliances, beaded inset cabinets and white cabinets —  Houzz
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sis2two wrote:Feb 6, 2013
  • Debra Gunstanson
    I'm sorry I was working to windows and I thought someone was asking me what color my walls were
  • Trish
    I'd like to know what faucet that is? I just got the sink, but am having a hard time with the faucet.
mylowesdream wrote:Mar 14, 2013
  • janelindemann
    Love this Kitchen. I also would like to know the paint color.very easy soft yellow.
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    Luciano Group
    Paint color is California Paints Butter Pecan
deborahjoseph wrote:Mar 29, 2013
jcpisel wrote:Mar 13, 2013
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    Luciano Group
    Honduran Mahogany. It has aged approximately 30 years.
  • Shani Poole
    Did you need special plumbing with the IKEA sink? I heard that may be the case.
spulver wrote:Jul 17, 2015

What Houzz contributors are saying:

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Rachel Grace added this to Kitchen Sinks: Easy-Clean, Surprisingly Affordable CeramicMay 18, 2013

Maintenance: Most companies recommend that ceramic kitchen sinks simply be wiped clean with a damp cloth and mild dish detergent. For a deeper clean, consider using a diluted solution of bleach or vinegar.

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Vanessa Brunner added this to Kitchen of the Week: Uncovering History in an 1800s ColonialFeb 22, 2013

After ripping out a dilapidated porch above the kitchen, Luciano was able to raise the low ceiling by about 8 inches. Bold black walnut, warm yellow walls and contrasting white woodwork draw the eyes away from the low ceiling height.Pendant: Restoration Hardware; wall paint: Butter Pecan, California Paints; dishwasher: Frigidaire

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Jennifer Ott Design added this to Cooking With Color: When to Use Yellow in the KitchenFeb 15, 2013

This cozy kitchen has a warm and inviting shade of yellow on the walls. Combined with the warm wood and brick tones and the clean white cabinetry, it's a pleasing kitchen palette.See more of this kitchen

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Sarah M added this to My ideasJul 22, 2019

WINDOW. I like it! Would it pop out of the house? Or is it just a deep window sill?

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nkaiser added this to kaiser kitchenJul 21, 2019

Butcher block counters, farm house sink, white cabinets

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M M added this to mcmurphy642's ideasJul 1, 2019

The divided window puts the middle bar where you stand to do dishes. It blocks your view.

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