Modern FarmhouseFarmhouse Kitchen, Austin

Casey Fry

Example of a farmhouse open concept kitchen design in Austin with a farmhouse sink, white cabinets, stainless steel appliances and gray backsplash —  Houzz
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mslaurelsimon wrote:Nov 12, 2013
irok wrote:Nov 17, 2013
  • anamariadelgado

    Also would love to know the wood, type of finish and stain?

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    Oak & Broad

    It looks like a whitewash finish over oak. Its very pretty!

Jackie Lundy wrote:May 12, 2015
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    Oak & Broad

    It looks like a whitewash finish over oak. Its very pretty!

  • marthamachhi

    how popular is the wide planded white oak hand scraped flooring

housemolly wrote:Apr 27, 2015
judyb35 wrote:Feb 4, 2015
  • lauradinaustin

    I would like to know as well

  • becsbridges

    I'm also curious about the counters. They are beautiful!

Julie wrote:Dec 28, 2015
roveda wrote:Jun 3, 2015
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    Oak & Broad

    It looks like a whitewash finish over oak.

housemolly wrote:Apr 27, 2015
  • Tina Fehr Redecop
    The height of the island must be 42 inches, since counters are always 36 inches, and you can see the island is higher, so it would be bar height, which is 42 inches
April Keenan wrote:Nov 24, 2014
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    Oak & Broad
    It looks like a whitewash finish over oak. Its very pretty!
Carina Helm wrote:Mar 5, 2014
  • Rachelle Fleming
    Whites are so tricky! I would also love to know the paint color. Please.
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                      What Houzz contributors are saying:

                      Alison Hodgson added this to Got a Disastrously Messy Area? Try TriageFeb 24, 2014

                      In medical terms, triage is the process of sorting victims of a battle or disaster into three categories:Those who will probably live whether or not they receive careThose who will probably die whether or not they receive careThose whose lives may be saved by immediate careBut we were talking about houses! What does triage have to do with cleaning?Consider a personal example. My home (which is not the one pictured here) has an open-concept plan. The front door opens into a small entry, and from there you can see it all: kitchen to the left, living room to the right and a long harvest table straight ahead. I told you before how I ignored one end of our dining room table while I focused on keeping our kitchen island clear. The north end of our table was dead to me while I worked to save our island and, really, our entire kitchen. The living room was never in any danger; I had that well in hand from the very beginning. Triage worked. I focused my energy on keeping the kitchen counters clean and cleared and allowed my family’s mess to accumulate on the table. Once maintaining the kitchen became habitual, I turned my attention to the table. We’re still building our housekeeping muscle there, but more often than not it’s clear.In my kitchen I prioritized using the triage system: Everything on the outside (counters, sink, cabinets, appliances) is kept neat and clean, but a few of my cabinets aren’t well organized. My baking cupboard is a jumble, and so is one of the cabinets where I store food storage containers. For the first I need to buy containers to decant my dried goods, and for the other, adding another shelf would probably solve the problem. For now these cabinets are in the first category of triage: They’ll live. I’ll get to them later.

                      What Houzzers are commenting on:

                      Simply Stylish Interiors added this to Suzzanne Savoryyesterday

                      cabinets to replace wall that is being removed

                      Caryn Haskins added this to kitchen5 days ago

                      Hardware, pendant lights, shiplap, overall feel, smaller microwave

                      Karen Jarrett added this to My ideas6 days ago

                      move microwave to island hood over stove shelf with rose copper pots

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