Portland Modern Tudor KitchenContemporary Kitchen, Portland

Lincoln Barbour

Enclosed kitchen - mid-sized contemporary l-shaped medium tone wood floor enclosed kitchen idea in Portland with wood countertops, stainless steel appliances, shaker cabinets, dark wood cabinets, white backsplash, stone slab backsplash and an undermount sink —  Houzz
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Alanna wrote:Aug 19, 2015
  • Annette Fargo

    love the counter stools, please share where u got em, thanks

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    risa boyer architecture

    These stools are made by Cherner. I purchased them directly from the manufacturer.

tsolano wrote:Jul 7, 2013
bubbiepg1 wrote:Jul 30, 2015
  • CM

    where are the pulls produced? Make, model please?

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    risa boyer architecture

    The pulls are from Mockett. I don't recall the make and model but you should be able to find them on their website fairly quickly.

cherryn kwon wrote:Jul 17, 2015
  • Kim Carter

    What is the wall paint color and trim color?

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    risa boyer architecture

    In this room all paint, walls and trim, are BM Bright White. The walls are matte and the trim is Semi-gloss.

Janet C wrote:Nov 23, 2013
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    Design Stage
    I'd love these stools for my own home. Are they comfortable? For kids too?
    Would love a source.
  • Lisa Browning
    Hi. Is the butcher block cherry?
M W wrote:Aug 28, 2013
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    risa boyer architecture
    No problem, Cherner has fabric options or you can have fabric sent to them and they will make the cushion in whatever fabric you supply. They did have Maharam options but I believe I purchased this fabric and had it sent to them.
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    risa boyer architecture
    And I chose the vinyl because there are children living in this house and it really is very durable and looks just like leather since it's very high quality vinyl.
kat2tee wrote:Mar 23, 2015
  • Maria Gomis

    Love the wood finish on the island, what kind of wood is?

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    risa boyer architecture

    The wood countertop is butcher block in fumed White Oak. The fuming process darkens the wood significantly without staining.

Natalia Miętus wrote:Oct 14, 2014
  • blackberrycircle

    I like the cabinets style very much, what are they called?

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    Olympic Kitchens

    The cabinetry here is a classic shaker style in stained maple.

Phyllis L wrote:Feb 9, 2014
  • melodyunderwood
    I've admired your DIY chandelier for awhile and want mine to look exactly like this. I much prefer the globe lights you used for this one, versus the bulbs recommended on Lindsey Adelman site. Can you tell us where you sourced the globe/lights? Thanks so much!
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    risa boyer architecture
    Thank you for the comment. I believe I purchased the bulbs from the lamp parts supplier along with all the parts to make the lamp. Good luck with your lamp project!
Sue Murphy wrote:Aug 31, 2013
  • ndavidson29
    Could you tell me where I can order the stools?
  • Natalie
    Backsplash dimensions - can you please tell me the size of the marble used for backsplash? Is it a one piece, or 24x24?
larzanne wrote:Aug 24, 2013
  • imweb01
    is a wood island practical? many are trying to talk me out of it...
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    risa boyer architecture
    It's more practical than marble in that it's more forgiving. You have to oil it from time to time but that really only takes a few minutes of rubbing on and off. I think it's a wonderful choice for islands.
sassystassi wrote:Sep 17, 2014
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    risa boyer architecture
    Thanks so much for the question. The floor is rift-sawn white oak. The island countertop is the fun part, it is a fumed white oak. A process which involves ammonia fumes, oak and a tightly enclosed space where the oak sits for a while and darkens from the ammonia fumes.
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    Oak & Broad
    Is that a natural finish over the White Oak?
jehand wrote:Jul 23, 2014
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    risa boyer architecture
    The stain was a custom mix, they actually had to be stained twice because the first stain didn't work out. I'm sorry I can't provide you with specifics.
  • forestmelchior

    Love the colors and feel of this kitchen. I am dying to know where you sourced the chandelier, it is brilliant! Thanks so much!

jjkk5119 wrote:May 14, 2013
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    risa boyer architecture
    Thanks for the question. The handles are from Mockett website www.mockett.com
  • ahpeste
    How many inches are the cabinet handles? Thanks!
pickenjen wrote:Mar 16, 2017
rachelphillips220 wrote:Sep 23, 2015
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    Oak & Broad

    Its a Rift & Quartered White Oak floor. The R&Q cut pattern produces a very distinctive grain pattern. The grain almost looks like tiger stripes. Here is a wider plank version so that you can see the grain more easily.

    Wide Plank Quarter Sawn White Oak Flooring in New Jersey · More Info

elsielola60 wrote:Aug 18, 2015
sheilahi1 wrote:Jan 30, 2015
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    risa boyer architecture
    Thank you for the question. The countertop and backsplash are Carrara marble. The bar stools are Cherner with a Maharam vinyl on the seat.
jenwujec wrote:Feb 16, 2014
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    risa boyer architecture
    Thanks for the question, the cabinets are rift sawn white oak stained dark. The rift sawn white oak has a really nice grain pattern and texture which is visible through the stain but not so visible in this photo.
rxca23 wrote:Jan 6, 2014
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    risa boyer architecture
    Thank you for the question. The countertop and backsplash material is Carrara Marble.
katgeis wrote:Nov 14, 2013
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    risa boyer architecture
    Not a silly question at all. There are endless white paint color options, this white is Benjamin Moore Super White. Thanks!
M W wrote:Aug 28, 2013
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    risa boyer architecture
    Thank you for the question. The floor has a clear finish on it. It's a quarter sawn white oak.
bpickle7 wrote:Jun 5, 2013
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    risa boyer architecture
    The cabinets are rift sawn white oak with a custom stain. The cabinet maker is a local Portland company.
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              What Houzz contributors are saying:

              Janet Dunn added this to Isn’t It Good, Nordic Wood: The Appeal of Pale FloorsAug 8, 2016

              Mix it up. A light floor doesn’t mean you can’t use other wood tones in the same space. Make the difference between them obvious, so that it looks deliberate and not a failed attempt at matching. Pale wood floors against rich, dark-toned wood doors look striking in this kitchen with fresh white walls and countertops.

              Sam Ferris added this to Kitchen Confidential: 9 Ways to Get Low-Maintenance CabinetsJan 14, 2016

              4. Pick a stain instead of a paint. Stains and paints have pros and cons. They can both show crumbs and fingerprints, and paint definitely shows food stains and splatters. That said, a stain is easier to touch up than paint. You can give a scratched cabinet stain a quick spruce-up with a matching permanent marker. It’s often harder with paint for two reasons. First, it’s hard to find a marker that closely matches a specific paint. Often a touch-up kit from the cabinet manufacturer is needed. Second, paint doesn’t take touch-ups the same way that stains do. You’re more likely to notice a touch-up on paint.

              Toronto Interior Design Group added this to How to Make Wood Tones Work for YouAug 31, 2015

              The Rule of ThreeIn general, it’s safest to stick to a maximum of just three wood tones in a space. This allows each to be distinct. By using a pale tone for the floor, a dark tone for major furnishings, such as cabinets, and a midtone for accents, you can keep the space structured.

              Laura Gaskill added this to What Goes With Wood Cabinets?Jul 24, 2014

              Marble counters, wood floors and statement lighting. Dark stained oak cabinets, marble counters and backsplash, and crisp white walls could read as a bit cold, but the gleaming pendant light, wood floors and wood island counter add warmth. If you have dark wood cabinets and want wood floors too, choose floors a few shades lighter than the cabinetry — a medium amount of contrast is easiest on the eyes.Cabinets: rift-sawn white oak with custom stain; lighting fixture: a DIY project

              Laura Gaskill added this to Simple Pleasures: Share Supper in the KitchenAug 21, 2013

              Start with a clean, cleared kitchen. Run and empty the dishwasher, dry and put away dishes on the draining rack, and take out the trash. Remove all nonessential and nonbeautiful items from your counters. Hide clutter in a cupboard or even under your bed if you must — whatever you need to do to make your kitchen more visually pleasing ... at least for one night.

              What Houzzers are commenting on:

              J A added this to Mid century renovation ideasyesterday

              light wood floor with dark wood cabinets

              Jessica added this to Sekola Kitchen5 days ago

              Dark wood cabinets white counter

              saeedia added this to KitchenNov 27, 2019

              light counter tops and wood island

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