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Organic Farmhouse Farmhouse Kitchen, Houston

I added some color and texture to the kitchen with this vintage Turkish runner.

Photo: Sweet Magnolia Photo & Design
Farmhouse open concept kitchen photo in Houston with shaker cabinets and an island — Houzz

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Nicole Hardy wrote:
cabinets - Hi! Love the kitchen! Do you know the brand and door style of the cabinetry?
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Thank you! The cabinets are Homecrest. The island is their Hickory Chestnut finish and the wall cabinets are a maple cabinet, with the Alpine paint finish. I don't remember what they called this door style, but it is a typical shaker door style so if you say that any cabinet maker will know what you're referring to.


What Houzz contributors are saying:

Bryan Anthony added this to A Wall Comes Down in This Wood-and-White Kitchen
An antique kilim rug runner adds a dash of color to the white, wood and stainless steel space. “Details like the vintage runner add to the organic feeling,” Taghehchian says.
Mitchell Parker added this to 6 Design Features Worth Revisiting From This Week
3. Rug in the kitchen. Here’s another feature that I feel like I’ve been seeing a lot more of lately: a rug in the kitchen. Perhaps it dovetails with the trend of white kitchen cabinets as a way to bring add warmth and color. It also helps add softness underfoot. Go for busy patterns like those of classic kilims, shown here, to help hide spills. See more of this kitchen

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can we find antique (used) rugs which aren't too pricey?
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Nice idea of older rug that you don't worry about..kind of worn looking
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kihlm rug is faded. looks great
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This is close to the time of wood tile we are going with Chris: This will look very nice. I would suggest a staggered layout so It looks like a natural wood floor. We can do a small grout lines which will also help.

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