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Open concept kitchen - traditional medium tone wood floor open concept kitchen idea in San Francisco with an undermount sink, shaker cabinets, wood countertops, white backsplash, stainless steel appliances, white cabinets, ceramic backsplash and an island —  Houzz
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mooshi1971 wrote:Sep 4, 2012
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    Madson Design
    You may want to contact Scot Collins, who is now milling and fabricating the wood that Chuck supplies. Here is his contact information:
    Email: scotcollins@live.com
    Cell: (831) 345-8226
    Alternately if you email me your contact information I'd be happy to pass this information along to both of them.
  • senaidt
    You are the best! :) Thank you very much!
snuggerudd wrote:Sep 5, 2011
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    The slab for this Island was produced by Charles Pyle at Woodchuck.com. You can email Chuck at WC@charlesPyle.com or go to his website at CharlesPyle.com. This particular slab and much of the wood in his lumber yard is from reclaimed and salvaged sources. If you are looking for 'one of a kind' Chuck is an excellent starting point.

    Here is another slab out of 3" thick curly redwood Chuck produced in conjunction with Santa Cruz Wood.
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    RE-CO BKLYN

    RE-CO BKLYN salvages New York City trees from the waste stream and create one of a kind live edge slabs. We ship to the lower 48!

    Ash Countertops and Live Edge Slab Island Top · More Info

    Walnut Slab Countertop · More Info

Brandon Bowers wrote:Sep 9, 2016
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    Quincy Home

    Beautiful island top!! Love how this will age. Nice element to a traditional kitchen.


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    Madson Design

    Thank you! Clients are very happy with it.

Why Knot Interiors wrote:Jul 10, 2011
  • Loopy Casey

    Can you tell me the dimensions of the wood countertop?

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    Madson Design

    Hello, thanks for your interest. The island is 3'-8" wide. The two ends are both curved: the
    length through the center is 7'-3"; the length along the outside edge
    is 6'-7".

z h wrote:Jul 1, 2011
  • bethey0
    Does this kitchen have 8 ft. ceilings?
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ticopoulakakis wrote:Jun 1, 2012
kcebarnard wrote:Oct 28, 2017
diakie wrote:Nov 11, 2014
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    Madson Design
    Hello, in answer to your questions: Between the front face of the wall oven and the closest refrigerator edge is approximately 7'-6". The open shelves around the corner from the wall oven are 24" wide.
russwinegar wrote:Aug 2, 2014
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    Madson Design
    I no longer have the brand/ model info for this specific hood, but this size, material, and configuration of hood is quite common--any major brand that supplies hoods would provide this type.
Craven Gardner Design & Build wrote:Jun 2, 2014
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    Madson Design
    These were custom built by Rothwood Cabinets in San Jose, Ca. Both the stiles and rails on these doors are a uniform 2.5" wide.
Lynnae Lovs wrote:Sep 1, 2013
jsbraune wrote:Apr 14, 2013
wlgibson wrote:Apr 1, 2013
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    Madson Design
    Hi there, no stain was used, just mineral oil.
Amy Rand wrote:Mar 10, 2013
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    Madson Design
    I no longer have a record of what paint color was used here, but here is a list of paints that others have listed as similar, on other photos of this project:
    Garden Gate by Valspar
    Sassy Green 6416 by Sherwin Williams.
    Sweet Daphne/530 by Benjamin Moore
    Ivy Lane/523 by Benjamin Moore
    Desert Shadows 750D-5 by Behr
House Hunter for buyers and sellers! wrote:Nov 28, 2012
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    Madson Design
    Hi, this kitchen is a bit larger than your dimensions.. it's 15'-3" wide by 19'-7" long. On the width this allows for two 24" deep counters on each side, a 3'-9" aisle on each side, and an island width of 3-8". If you plan on having counters on each wall, then that's four feet out already, so 7' left over. The minimum aisle space you should have in a kitchen is 3'-6", so that doesn't leave any space for an island. You might consider a peninsula arrangement instead, or, if you don't have a counter on one wall you could fit in a 24" wide island..
nanmeade wrote:Jul 31, 2011
lafemmejolie wrote:Apr 13, 2014

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    lucy_henner
    Lucy Henner added this to Kitchen ideasJun 19, 2019

    built in wall microwave white cabinets, wood island

    grantandgrant
    Grant & Grant Design Group added this to The Coves Lot 14May 28, 2019

    A nice island countertop with uneven edge wood!

    kbhomedesign
    knhomedesign added this to Keats MyerFeb 22, 2019

    Microwave in cabinet// we put the micro in our island in my old kitchen, it worked

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