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Elegant eat-in kitchen photo in Boston with raised-panel cabinets, white cabinets, limestone backsplash and brown countertops

PremierTraditional Kitchen, Boston

Interior design: SLC Interiors
Photographer: Shelly Harrison

Elegant eat-in kitchen photo in Boston with raised-panel cabinets, white cabinets, limestone backsplash and brown countertops —  Houzz
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mancml wrote:Jun 25, 2013
Joanne Mosticchio wrote:Feb 20, 2013
Marilyn Christensen wrote:Mar 9, 2014
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    Lighting & Decor by JSM Creations
    @remoqueen I would contact the company that you purchased the pendants from, they will get in touch with Hudson Valley and work with you to correct the issue! We have yet to see any big flaws with them. That's disappointing to hear!
nanpapa wrote:Jun 5, 2013
  • Debbie
    what is the size of this kitchen? if you do not know can u say who the designer is & get in contact with them?
  • devinair
    Hi, I'm building a very similar kitchen. It has very darks floors, white cabinets with a dark island. I have decided to use chrome for the cabinet pulls and hinges, faucets etc. But the doors, windows & closets hardware(handles and hinges) throughout the house are in ORB. How do I tie that in to the chrome fittings in the kitchen and bathroom. Would it be better to do all the light fittings in ORB or can I do chrome. So the light fixtures in the entire house have to be in one finish to maintain a cohesive look? What about in the bathrooms? I have chrome for all the fixtures and pulls. Again the door hardware is ORB. I'm afraid the ORB will look a bit disjointed in the entire scheme. I'd really appreciate your input.
Cindy Morante wrote:May 22, 2013
fbk4 wrote:Jun 1, 2013
ledesigns wrote:Apr 16, 2013
  • bjelenic1
    What are the dimensions of the breakfast area?
  • chenn1

    what color are the cabinets?


2mch2du wrote:Feb 25, 2013
  • vpietropaolo
    What did you use for the backsplash? What color(s) to keep that neutral palette?
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    This is a limestone tile. It was not in our scope of work, it was selected by the interior designer. We suggest visiting your local tile showroom and I'm sure they can help you pick something similar.
bavariandrive wrote:Dec 27, 2012
rm32799 wrote:Sep 17, 2012
  • mommytofive
    Is the oven underneath the stovetop or is that in another part of the room?
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    The 11'-0" is from cabinet to cabinet and door casing is an additional 5-1/2" wide. There is another section of this kitchen that has the tall cabinets including the refrigerator and double ovens.
Corinne Babcock wrote:Aug 10, 2014
  • will9
    This companies customer service is incredible! Whether asking a question on Houzz, or calling them on the phone and speaking with a representative directly, they are nothing short of amazing.
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    Venegas and Company
    Thank you very much!!
Tammi wrote:Jun 4, 2014
STAK123 wrote:Aug 26, 2013
  • kgkrejci
    I love this kitchen. Can you tell me the type of stone and maybe the exact name? It looks like travertine.
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    The countertop along the cooktop wall is pietra cardosa granite.
Elizabeth Bivens wrote:Feb 20, 2013
  • Brooke Miller
    where can I find this beautiful flooring and what type is it?
  • xtinamarie02
    What color and brand of paint are on the walls? It's beautiful
Joanne Mosticchio wrote:Nov 14, 2012
  • bethvdrew
    I purchased very similar lights from Capital Lighting. Look under foyer lights.
  • ofthewoods
    what brand and color did you use for the walls and the trim? Is the ceiling in white? Or, something different like "swiss coffee white?"
stacy1061 wrote:Apr 25, 2012
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    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry! These were sourced by the interior designer and unfortunately the exact manufacturer, but Restoration Hardware and Pottery Barn have similar fixures. You can also bring this image to your local lighting studio and I'm sure they can help.
  • Shannon McCarvill

    The color of the cabinets and color of the glaze


Bridgette Gottlieb wrote:Feb 15, 2015
  • Inri Laura Orovio
    what tile was used for the bathrooms? Is this a
    tile also used to floor the bathrooms
  • PRO
    Ancient Surfaces

    It can be Inri, We've use our antique stone floors throughout entire home surfaces even inside jacuzzis and shower walls.


Sherri Martin wrote:Sep 14, 2014
Amanda Pipp wrote:Apr 30, 2014
  • thecabinetgirl
    Could you tell me more about the flooring in this kitchen.......thank you. Really gorgeous work!
  • PRO
    Ancient Surfaces
    It is a one of a kind antique French Limestone. Please contact the designer or visit our Antique Limestone project categories to learn more about how this and other limestone selections look like in various settings and applications.
sepicciano wrote:Mar 25, 2013
  • deborahbickell
    The backsplash is beautiful! Where can you buy this?
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    Thank you! The tile was sourced by the interior designer and unfortunately I do not know the exact finish and manufacturer. We suggest visiting your local tile showroom. They can show you similar options. Good luck!
kmvisioli wrote:Feb 13, 2013
  • charliebeth
    Wow. Lovely kitchen. If you want to change something....start small? Maybe a different tile on the backsplash? Or, if you want to spend more, a different countertop? I do think that if the island was darker than the light cabinets, that might add some visual interest. I love your current kitchen cabinet color though. :)
  • Maureen Miller
    I love this kitchen...is this your before photo? I can't see much that I would change.
teddfaraone wrote:Jan 6, 2013
carolineandparker wrote:Dec 6, 2012
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    Venegas and Company
    Me again. We did a little digging for you. The flooring is Limestone and it was sources from Paris Ceramics in the Boston Design Center. Enjoy!
  • famof05
    LOVE the floor! What is the caring for a limestone floor? Isn't limestone soft?
call23 wrote:Sep 20, 2012
  • Jaclyn A
    Can you ask the interior designer? I have been to the lighting store and have been scouring the internet to find these exact lights in particular and have turned up with nothing!... I am on a mission!
  • Nancy Pizzino
    pottery barn has lights very similar if not the same as the island light. They are called Hundi lights at potterybarn. Just looked at them as I am looking for same type of lights.
abbyrd wrote:Aug 13, 2012
  • njmohammed
    Could this look work with a lighter colour wood in the island( such as oak) or do you thin k the dark laquered look was necessary to pull it together with the granite countertops and create contrast with the floor?
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    With the overall palette of the room the medium toned wood top is what pulls all of the finishes together - both on the decorative hardware and the finish of the counter stools. If you were to change these elements a lighter wood top might work!
debbydo wrote:Jul 22, 2012
  • tillyemma
    looks like it might be Paperstone
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    The island is a face grain Iroko wood top and the perimeter is pietra cardosa granite.
deborahdg wrote:May 24, 2012
jocelynhewitt wrote:May 13, 2012
deborahdg wrote:Apr 27, 2012
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    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry! The finish is a custom antique white with a brown glaze directly from one of our cabinet makers. Your cabinet maker can help you get the perfect shade for your space - good luck!
  • vparksie

    Has the wood countertop help up around the sink or is it starting to show wear from the water? Beautiful kitchen!

Inri Laura Orovio wrote:Mar 19, 2015
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company

    Unfortunately this is question I cannot answer for you - our scope was only within the kitchen! We suggest working with your local tile showroom and they can help you select something similar, but this flooring could certainly be used in a bathroom!

  • PRO
    Ancient Surfaces

    The Biblical Stone can be used for all indoor outdoor applications including inside bathrooms

almsted1 wrote:Oct 13, 2014
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    Venegas and Company
    The ceiling height is 120" (10'-0").
  • Jg
    What is the window height?
pblackburn29 wrote:Sep 30, 2014
Krista Lehtinen wrote:Aug 20, 2014
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    Thank you very much - and we agree, it's a beautiful kitchen!! So glad you agree! And good luck with your project!
  • Krista Lehtinen
    Are there any more pictures of this space? Showing where the refrigerator is? What is the depth of this space? I think we only have 16 feet then the ceiling goes up to 14 feet in the family room. This room looks deeper - 20 feet? It is really outstanding, and with one son in a wheelchair the openness would be glorious!
pheinrichs wrote:May 17, 2014
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    Venegas and Company
    The cabinets on the seating side are 12" deep, and yes, in this particular kitchen they are hinging doors with adjustable shelves. You could certainly have the shelves pullout, it's all up to your needs! And yes of course, a granite top would work!
  • ellie48
    This is another amazing kitchen. Big. Open. Airy. Walls of windows to take advantage of view. I could live here. Brilliant.
wlg3 wrote:Feb 24, 2014
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    Venegas and Company
    Yes, the three lights are centered over the island and on the middle window.....I suggest consulting a good lighting designer to help you design the optimal lighting plan for your home. Sometimes, lighting store offer this service as psrt of buying their product!
  • wlg3
    My mistake in the wording. I meant to ask if the light over the table and the table itself, was centered in the area between the window and the island or is the light and the table a little closer to the window?Sorry about that and thanks again.
annedonaldson wrote:Nov 6, 2013
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    Venegas and Company
    Unfortunately the pendant fixtures were not within our scope of work, but we've heard Pottery Barn and Restoration Hardware make similar fixtures. We also suggest visiting your local lighting studio and they can certainly help you select a fixture that works in your space. Good luck!
  • bluebird0211
    Hudson Valley Lighting makes beautiful lantern pendant lighting very similar to these.
klind56 wrote:Nov 3, 2013
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    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry! The light fixtures were sourced by the interior designer and unfortunately we do not know the exact manufacturer. We suggest visiting your local lighting studio and they can help you select a similar piece. Good luck!
  • vlarson6
    how will that wood top hold up with heat? moisture? staining? i love the look of wood, but am so afraid of ruining it in a busy kitchen with 4 kids
sdotsouth wrote:Feb 1, 2013
fabrizi wrote:Nov 19, 2012
Joanne Mosticchio wrote:Nov 14, 2012
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    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry! These were sourced by the interior designer and I unfortunately do not know the manufacturer, but they are limestone. We suggest going to your local tile showroom and they can point you in the right direction - good luck!
  • kysa1111
    Limestone tile
Kim Tiano wrote:Sep 23, 2012
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    Venegas and Company
    Hi Kim and thank you for your inquiry. Unfortunately we didn't specify the wall paint for the kitchen. I would agree that it looks as though there is a small hint of a blue green there. I'm sorry I couldn't be of any further assistance.

    Thank you!
  • lionnessone
    Looks like Eyelet, from Sarh Richardson one of her designer's palette from Para Paints.
    A hint of green, a fresh bright spring tone that compliments white.
dkassekert wrote:Sep 16, 2012
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    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry. The flooring was sourced by the interior designer and unfortunately we do not have further information. We recommend visiting your local tile showroom and they can help you select a similar tile. We often send our clients to Tile Showcase in the Boston Design Center. Good luck!
  • PRO
    Ancient Surfaces
    This Limestone floor is called the antique reclaimed 'Biblical Stone' . We know this because we carry it in our US and European stocks. We also salvage it ourselves from the source and sell it nationwide through a network of regional specialty tile and stone showrooms. Here's the direct link to the 'Biblical Stone' webpage: http://www.ancientsurfaces.com/Biblos-Stone.html
Pam Martin wrote:Jul 17, 2012
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    Items on the counter are client's personal items
  • zenhome
    Not sure of your location tnpmartin, but if in Canada I would recommend Homesense.
hpasse wrote:Jun 18, 2012
emmylou6 wrote:May 31, 2012
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    Gabberts Design Studio
    To achieve perfect symmetry, take the measurement of the length of the island, and find the mid point. Then find the midpoint from the center and one end of the island. That will give you the first location. Repeat for the other side.
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    Thank you Gabberts Design Studio - you answered this perfectly to achieve symmetry!
sueviii wrote:May 22, 2012
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    The island is approximately 96" wide x 48" deep.
  • kozfam
    above says: This island is 121" x 48" wide. The top is about 124" long x 52" wide (66" at the radius). Which is it? Also, how deep are the cabinets on the seating side of the island? Is there a garbage/recycling cabinet in the island, etc? Thanks.
Domenic & Jill Mazzocco wrote:Apr 28, 2012
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    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry! The floors were sourced by the interior designer and I unfortunately do not have further information, but your best bet is to go to your local flooring or stone showroom and see the materials in person - good kuck!
  • PRO
    Ancient Surfaces
    To answer cedarpoint question, This floor is antique reclaimed 'Biblical Stone' . We know because we carry in and stock it in North America and Europe. If you don't mind I've also attached some images of other kitchens that we've installed this type of reclaimed limestone on.
Key Designs wrote:Mar 30, 2015
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    Venegas and Company

    The corbels were made by our cabinet maker, Premier Custom Built. They are 6" wide x 17-1/2" high x 18-1/2" deep.

almsted1 wrote:Mar 26, 2015
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company

    The island is about 114" x 48" deep. The island has a 1" overhang except on the seating side which has a 14" deep overhang.

Ellie Jorgensen wrote:Mar 22, 2015
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company

    This was designed by us here at Venegas and Company and built by one of our cabinet makers, Premier Custom Built.

Ashley Branton wrote:Mar 1, 2015
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company

    How exciting!! This island is 123" x 48". Good luck with your project!

carolebrownrigg wrote:Jan 30, 2015
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    The perimeter is pietra cardosa granite and the island is face grain iroko.
vickitwellman wrote:Jan 20, 2015
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry, but unfortunately the lighting was not within our scope of work! We suggest visiting your local lighting showroom and they can help you select a similar fixture! Good luck!
emlm1211 wrote:Nov 9, 2014
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    The entire kitchen space is about 22' x 16' - and this includes the overall from the window to the refrigerator/oven tall wall that is not shown. Good luck with your project!
Geri wrote:Nov 8, 2014
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    This is a limestone tile. It was not in our scope of work, it was selected by the interior designer. We suggest visiting your local tile showroom and I'm sure they can help you select something similar.
Geri wrote:Nov 8, 2014
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    The wall color was not selected by us and unfortunately we have no further information.
Michelle M wrote:Oct 31, 2014
nyrgirl35 wrote:Oct 3, 2014
fraggeltop wrote:Sep 5, 2014
almsted1 wrote:Sep 2, 2014
seemykitchen wrote:Aug 17, 2014
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    Venegas and Company
    Thank you! The appliances in this kitchen are a combination of stainless steel and fully integrated. I think white be a little too stark for this color cabinetry - maybe you can look into the "almond" or "bisque" colored appliances.
ablackmon1 wrote:Jul 31, 2014
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    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry! The fixtures were not within our scope of work and we have no further information. We suggest visiting your local lighting showroom and I'm sure they can help you select a similar fixture. We can tell you, Hudson Valley makes a similar product.
miastensrud wrote:Jul 23, 2014
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry, but unfortunately the chairs were not within our scope of work and we have no further information.
amiller31 wrote:Jul 18, 2014
Melissa Freeman wrote:Jul 18, 2014
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry, but the counter stools were not in our scope of work. I can tell you the overall height is about 40", and the seat is around 25".
Michelle wrote:May 3, 2014
twin3344 wrote:May 2, 2014
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    The material along the perimeter is pietra cardosa granite and the island is face grain iroko.
trecko24 wrote:Apr 2, 2014
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    This island is 121" x 48" wide. The top is about 124" long x 52" wide (66" at the radius).
evanscabin wrote:Mar 15, 2014
komalsitaram wrote:Mar 6, 2014
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    The ceiling height is 120" (10'-0"). And the hood is 54" wide x 44" high.
cathychel66 wrote:Mar 3, 2014
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry! Unfortunately the wall paint color was not within our scope of work, but have a look at Ben Moore's "ballet white" OC-9. It's a great match to out cabinet finish. Good luck!
deg123 wrote:Feb 27, 2014
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry! The flooring was not within our scope of work and unfortunately we have no further information. We suggest visiting your local tile showroom and they can help you select a similar product.
derasmoc wrote:Jan 21, 2014
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry! The stone was not within our scope of work and unfortunately we have no further information.
jennaz1210 wrote:Jan 2, 2014
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry! Unfortunately these were not in our scope of work and we have no further information.
anne7878 wrote:Dec 14, 2013
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    This is a limestone tile. It was not in our scope of work, it was selected by the interior designer. We suggest visiting your local tile showroom and I'm sure they can help you select something similar.
mmitchell19 wrote:Dec 7, 2013
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    They are a custom antique white paint with a brown glaze.
igreys wrote:Oct 28, 2013
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    The countertop was made by Grothouse Lumber! You can visit their website or contact them directly to find a local design professional who works with their product! They are a great company and they are the only company from which we source our wood tops.
    www.glumber.com
Gina wrote:Aug 27, 2013
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry! These fixtures were sourced by the interior designer and unfortunately we do not know the exact manufacturer. You can also bring this image to your local lighting studio and I'm sure they can help.
bguseth wrote:Aug 26, 2013
cmorda1 wrote:Aug 7, 2013
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry! This is a 36" wide Wolf gas cooktop. This job was completed a few years ago so you should definitely check out the Wolf website for current models.

    There is also a Wolf 30" double oven, Wolf built-in microwave with 30" wide trim kit, Subzero refrigerator 736TCi.

    Good luck with your project!
Gail Loftis wrote:Mar 27, 2013
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    Yes, the island top is face grain Iroko and was sourced from Grothouse Lumber.
boerma wrote:Mar 15, 2013
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    We did a little digging for you. The flooring is Limestone and it was sourced from Paris Ceramics in the Boston Design Center. Enjoy!
laurahp13 wrote:Jan 12, 2013
Becca Munsch wrote:Dec 30, 2012
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry! The island is a face grain Iroko wood top and the perimeter is pietra cardosa granite.
lilycon1 wrote:Dec 8, 2012
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    There is an adjacent wall to the right of this image - this is where the double oven, refrigerator and microwave are located.
Anne Wolfington wrote:Nov 23, 2012
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry! The counter stools were sourced by the interior designer and unfortunately I do not have any further info.
Joanne Mosticchio wrote:Nov 14, 2012
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    The edge treatment on the island and the perimeter is an eased edge; 1/8" roundover.
drmrsiddiqui wrote:Nov 1, 2012
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    In this particular kitchen the space is 42" from cabinet to cabinet.
drmrsiddiqui wrote:Nov 1, 2012
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    The entire kitchen is approximately 28' x 16'.
gingerena wrote:Oct 8, 2012
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry! We have one additional image of this kitchen and you can view it under "Premier" projects.
njmohammed wrote:Sep 13, 2012
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    You can certainly go with a lighter island and oak is a beautiful wood! In this project, the darker finish was selected to compliment the existing furniture owned by the client and additional darker accents were chosen for the decorative hardware, hinge and light fixtures finishes. Just keep in mind these help complete a project! Good luck!
lauraal9 wrote:Jul 20, 2012
rambolamb wrote:Jul 9, 2012
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry! These were sourced by the interior designer and I unfortunately do not have further information. If you take this image to your local lighting showroom they can show you similar fixtures - good luck!
Felicia wrote:Jun 27, 2012
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry! These were sourced by the interior designer and I unfortunately do not know the manufacturer, but they are limestone. We suggest going to your local tile showroom and they can point you in the right direction - good luck!
ahwilks wrote:May 23, 2012
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry! The tiles are limestone. If you bring this image to your local tile supplier they can point you in the right direction. Good luck!
imargaret wrote:May 6, 2012
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry! These were sourced by the interior designer and unfortunately do not have any further info.
swiftycat wrote:Apr 30, 2012
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    The island is a face grain Iroko wood top and the perimeter is pietra cardosa granite.

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