Modern CabinModern Kitchen, Burlington

Mid-sized minimalist single-wall concrete floor and brown floor eat-in kitchen photo in Burlington with stainless steel appliances, a single-bowl sink, medium tone wood cabinets, shaker cabinets, quartz countertops and no island —  Houzz
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abusybeemommy wrote:May 31, 2012
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    Joan Heaton Architects
    The 1x6 tongue and groove, v-groove, pine was treated with a Watco oil finish prior to installation.
  • Chase Goodman

    I assume it was the Watco Tung Oil product? Just making sure.

Norma Derr wrote:May 7, 2014
Richa Kapoor wrote:Dec 29, 2012
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    Joan Heaton Architects
    The counter top is Vermont green slate from Sheldon Slate..
  • nwarnek1
    What is the wall color?
judyharkness wrote:May 9, 2012
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    Joan Heaton Architects
    The range is a 24" wide dual fuel by Fisher Paykel and the hood is by Faber.
  • judyharkness
    Thank you very much. I have always loved the Fisher and Paykel designs, and wonder if anyone has had any experience with their ranges?
marthalowe wrote:Mar 20, 2012
  • jemimabean
    I'm wondering about the blue chairs too. Anyone?
  • maj44r12
    Where can I buy the kitchen hardware?
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                What Houzz contributors are saying:

                Jennifer Ott Design added this to Designing Your Kitchen: How to Choose a Sink SizeJul 30, 2013

                Size your sink to your budget. This might be obvious, but it’s all too easy to fall in love with a huge, gorgeous, apron-front sink you see on Houzz only to find that it is priced well above what your budget will allow. Very few of us can afford to install all top-of-the-line materials, fixtures and appliances in a kitchen, so it’s helpful to strategize what you are going to spend money on and where you can save. Personally, I’d rather splurge on my countertops or kitchen floor than the sink. After all, you can get a perfectly fine 20-inch-wide stainless steel undermount sink for less than $200. Check out eBay, Craigslist or your local salvage yard or building material resale shop for a deal.

                Natalie Myers added this to Let's Toast Small Kitchens EverywhereJun 12, 2013

                If your galley kitchen placement falls against a wall with a large picture window, you have further justification to demolish some of the upper cabinets and let more light and a bigger view in.More about trading storage space for windows

                Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to Play the Trading Game With Kitchen Storage and ViewsDec 5, 2012

                Just in case you think a large window is for big kitchens only, here's proof that even a small kitchen is well served by having an extra-large window above the sink and stretching across the countertop.

                Amy Renea added this to Rustic Country Style Meets Sleek City ChicJul 9, 2012

                Do you long for a little cabin in the woods but don't want to give up your modern trappings? No problem! Mix and match the two by keeping typical cabin outfittings sleek and clean. Check out the slick lines of that ceiling and cabinetry. They set off the stainless appliances perfectly without making the space feel too urban.

                Becky Harris added this to Cabin Collection: 5 Modern Cabins Across the U.S.May 7, 2012

                A combination of local pine, hemlock and ash woods add warmth to the open home. See the rest of this home

                Lawrence Karol added this to Expert Talk: Infuse Your Kitchen With ArtApr 25, 2012

                Showcase local artists. This Vermont cabin owned and designed by Joan Heaton of Joan Heaton Architects formerly belonged to artist Janet Chill. "I thought it fitting to showcase her art," says Heaton. "The painting, acrylic on oaktag, depicts a closeup of hosta and other plants. I thought that the horizontal aspect, scale and colors of the work looked great in the kitchen."

                Lawrence Karol added this to Houzz Tour: Bright, Polished Vermont CabinMar 7, 2012

                To preserve the view but still allow for ventilation, the kitchen sink is centered between two different-size windows. The one on the right opens, while the left portion is fixed. The cabinets are cherry, and the countertop is slate.

                What Houzzers are commenting on:

                Erin Carlyle added this to already used cabinsAug 1, 2019


                The Muir Showrooms added this to Range HoodsJun 7, 2019

                Chimney extensions can be purchased to bring the range hood all the way to the ceiling, otherwise the room can look unfinished.

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