Peggy BlueIndustrial Kitchen, Austin

Its got that vintage flare with all the modern amenities.

Urban l-shaped concrete floor and gray floor kitchen photo in Austin with a farmhouse sink, flat-panel cabinets, green cabinets, wood countertops, white backsplash and black appliances —  Houzz
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Katie Bills wrote:January 24, 2018
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    QuarterLab Design Build

    Hi! They are custom made my Mark Cedar Design. Will inquire about the color!

Katie Spenner wrote:December 17, 2017
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    QuarterLab Design Build

    The ceiling is a not flooring. it is a tongue and groove beaded board. i believe width is 5.5 inches and the wood species is fir. it has some knots that give the ceiling a lot of depth. the stain is two coats of Sansin's Vintage Wood stain. Sansin's water based stains contain no VOCs and apply pretty easily. i would use a wood conditioner prior to staining to help get the most even staining possible. Sansin's line of stains and finishes can be found online or at Treehouse (if you are in the Austin or Dallas areas). hope that helps!

Stephen Ciano wrote:December 17, 2017
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    QuarterLab Design Build

    all appliance are from the GE Artistry series. Unfortunately, this minimalist vintage looking line of appliances has been discontinued.

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Mitchell Parker added this to New This Week: 4 Kitchens That Rock Industrial StyleDecember 12, 2017

3. Vintage Vigor Designer: Stan Hajos of QuarterLab Design BuildLocation: Windsor Park neighborhood of Austin, TexasSize: 170 square feet (15.7 square meters)Homeowners’ request. Designer-builder Stan Hajos worked on this project for resale, going for a modern-vintage version of the original 1950s kitchen. Industrial style. Hammered-copper sink. Custom walnut and steel rod shelves. Concrete floor. Antique brass faucet, pot filler and cabinet hardware. Other special features. Minty green cabinet color. Dark walnut tongue-and-groove ceiling. Tight-grained black granite countertops flanking the stove. Glossy white subway tile backsplash that extends to the ceiling. Herringbone-patterned subway tile backsplash above the stove. Designer secret. “Details,” Hajos says. “We are always thinking about details in a room. No matter what your budget is on a project, you have to learn to pick your battles. So we like to use some standard materials but then spend a good chunk of money on certain details to make the project pop. Take the hammered-copper sink, for example. This is not an inexpensive item but it does give a wow element to the room. It’s a conversation piece and gets people talking.”Hammered-copper sink, 36 inches: Sinkology; antique brass faucet and pot filler and Provence vent hood: Signature Hardware; custom cabinets and walnut shelving: Mark Cedar Designs; Artistry series appliances: GE; concrete-overlay flooring: Concrete by Design; windows and doors: Milgard Windows & DoorsSee more of this home | Browse copper sinks

Becky Harris added this to Trends: Not Your Everyday Kitchen SinkNovember 2, 2017

Copper Copper adds a gleaming patina to a kitchen, and in the case of a hammered copper sink like this one, eye-catching texture. If you’re someone who likes to keep your copper cookware out on display it’s a nice way to accentuate it.Learn more about copper sinks

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ericaoneal added this to Farm houseFebruary 20, 2020

dark stove, some color, mix of metal and wood

hmichaelyn added this to kitchenDecember 6, 2019

interesting subway + herringbone

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