My house -Farmhouse Kitchen, Sacramento

Example of a cottage l-shaped kitchen design in Sacramento with an integrated sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, wood countertops, white backsplash, subway tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island —  Houzz
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Audrey Estep wrote:Nov 10, 2016
linneaepstein wrote:Sep 3, 2017
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    Thanks. Shelves & island top were custom. Pipe brackets are simply screwed into the studs.

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    Dan Roberts Kitchen and Bath

    Pipe brackets with an additional black finish, black pipe used for gas lines on occaision is already black but its a machine black/grey those look extra black which add to the strength they show. They look about 3/4" with the cap at one end and the floor plate on the wall. very cool use. got a client demanding them.


silly_canadian76 wrote:Nov 10, 2018
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    paneling or individual boards? What is the product name? your help is so much appreciated. Was it prefinished?

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    Design Shop Interiors

    there are many different options for this. I would suggest you do some googling, go to a lumber store or speak with a contractor to understand your options.

betsybirdfleming wrote:Nov 10, 2017
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    Thank you - they actually still have them. Do you happen to remember if you chose an oil rubbed bronze or black enamel?
    I really appreciate the info!
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Rosalie Cornew wrote:May 25, 2018
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    This is my personal home and these were fabricated by a local maker I work with. It's not something I could direct you to purchase. :-)


  • Diane L

    Could you provide the name of the wall sconces?

atalieplus2 wrote:Mar 21, 2018
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  • Ivette Irizarry

    I am redoing my kitchen in Texas (wish I could hire you, love your style) and I've been resisting using IKEA cabinets. But I keep coming back to them. Do you have any regrets about choosing IKEA over custom or other wood cabinets?

ryeradio wrote:Feb 27, 2018
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    approx 2.5" thick & 12" deep

  • Paige H

    Thank you for the measurements! Do you recall what wood was used for the shelves? Was it stained or is it the natural wood only coated with poly?

Margaret Lazenby wrote:Sep 11, 2017
Sheros wrote:Sep 3, 2017
maggierateye wrote:Apr 24, 2018
bridge_3689 wrote:Dec 30, 2017
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    perimeters are seamless corrian and island and shelves were fabricated from pine.

dwarner4721 wrote:Sep 6, 2017
emcoleman1958 wrote:Sep 3, 2017
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    Design Shop Interiors

    yes, chalkboard paint. You can buy it at any hardware store.

plchap wrote:Feb 2, 2017
Peavy Girl wrote:Nov 10, 2016

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lyndsyefelsman
Lyndsye Felsman // By Design Podcast added this to Why I Combined Open Shelves and Cabinets in My Kitchen RemodelJul 24, 2017

Note: These photos are examples of different styles of cabinets. See the writer’s actual kitchen at the end.Why I Was Drawn to Two StylesStepping out of your comfort zone can be hard, but I had decided that during this remodel, I’d be open to a new look for me and my family.During the planning stage, I realized that installing two styles of cabinetry would work in my kitchen, so I kept an open mind to the idea, and especially to open shelves.I liked the fact that open shelves could add depth to my kitchen and provide a display space for my pretty dishes that I love so much. It brings me joy to stage items around the home, so while I realize that open shelves aren’t for everyone, I knew that I would enjoy them. I’m a designer and home stager, so I enjoy rearranging things, including those pretty dishes. Plus, I could also store other everyday items in a handy place for my busy family.Find a kitchen designer on Houzz

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Kathleen McCleary added this to Houzz Tour: East Coast Meets Midcentury in CaliforniaJan 17, 2017

A big window (now 5 feet wide instead of the original 3 feet) and a vaulted ceiling make the kitchen feel roomy and airy. Leyla raised the dropped ceiling over the kitchen to match the vaulted ceiling of the adjoining living room. She describes the kitchen as “modern farmhouse with midcentury furniture.” Open shelves enlarge the space even more. Leyla’s countertop fabricator installed white quartz on top of Ikea cabinets, and made the island top and shelves out of pine. Appliances: Professional series, Frigidaire; light fixtures: Rejuvenation

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Toronto Interior Design Group added this to The Pros and Cons of Upper Kitchen Cabinets and Open ShelvesSep 30, 2016

Open ShelvesPros: Replacing the upper cabinets with open shelving has become a popular trend in recent years. This approach helps a room feel a little more open while still providing storage for everyday essentials.

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aidab505 added this to aidab505's ideasNov 30, 2019

accessories on the floating shelves

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Votre Décoratrice added this to Inspirations cuisineNov 25, 2019

Même pour une cuisine d'entrée de gamme, il est possible de valoriser chaleureusement l'agencement par l'astuce suivante : ne pas poser de placards muraux et jouer avec des tablettes et des objets déco.

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