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Eat-in kitchen - mid-sized contemporary l-shaped porcelain floor and multicolored floor eat-in kitchen idea in Philadelphia with a farmhouse sink, gray cabinets, white backsplash, ceramic backsplash, stainless steel appliances, no island, shaker cabinets and gray countertops

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Eat-in kitchen - mid-sized contemporary l-shaped porcelain floor and multicolored floor eat-in kitchen idea in Philadelphia with a farmhouse sink, gray cabinets, white backsplash, ceramic backsplash, stainless steel appliances, no island, shaker cabinets and gray countertops —  Houzz
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msjones4 wrote:Jan 27, 2019
  • normapalus

    Could you share the shelving and bracket source?

  • PRO
    Buckminster Green LLC

    Cascade iron co for brackets. Manyunk timber for salvaged

intalbot wrote:Jan 31, 2019
  • andreaveronicaspannaus

    cascade iron co

  • Sheri Walsh

    Can you please share the name of the black splash tile?

    Thank you so much.

MastersTouch Construction, Inc. wrote:Apr 17, 2019
  • PRO
    Buckminster Green LLC

    Thanks! It's Richlite leathered

  • Angela Neff

    How does this Richlite counter top hold up to water? Is it durable? i have been looking for an earth counter friendly for quite a while.

Angela Neff wrote:May 14, 2019
  • PRO
    Buckminster Green LLC

    It is from Rohl. I believe this exact model has been discontinued.

edgarpolanco wrote:Apr 15, 2019
projectbluesky wrote:Apr 1, 2019

What Houzz contributors are saying:

erincarlyle
Erin Carlyle added this to These Are the 10 Most Popular Kitchen Photos So Far in 2019Mar 27, 2019

10. A Case for Open Shelving This kitchen built by general contractor Buckminster Green has dark base cabinets, white walls and dark wood shelves with appealing visible brackets. The backsplash tile has a distinct petite size and vertical shape and is a pleasant alternative to classic white subway tile. Should You Use Open Shelves in the Kitchen?

mitchell_parker
Mitchell Parker added this to Should You Use Open Shelves in the Kitchen?Jan 17, 2019

The Case for Open Shelves in the KitchenArguing for: Deborah Costa of Design AlchemyExpertise: “Design Alchemy is spearheaded by me and my daughter, Kristine Renee,” Costa says. “We have over 30 years’ experience designing residential, commercial and hospitality projects around the world. Our team has seen just about every trend out there, and we are constantly in dialogue with homeowners and past clients to determine what works, and doesn’t work, for their lifestyle.” Why (and when) she’s for open shelves: “Our clients are either decisively pro or adamantly con on open shelving,” Costa says. “Baby boomers tend to shy away from the concept due to practical issues like dust and lack of uniformity of dishware, while our younger clients completely embrace the idea primarily because it’s a current trend found everywhere on social media or they just want to display their wares. Many of our younger clients have invested considerable funds in decorative tableware and want to show it off, while our older clients have grown up with enclosed cabinetry and prefer to keep cabinet contents hidden.”Find a kitchen designer near you on Houzz

What Houzzers are commenting on:

cherz
cherz added this to kitchen20 hours ago

This kitchen built by general contractor Buckminster Green has dark base cabinets, white walls and dark wood shelves with appealing visible brackets. The backsplash tile has a distinct petite size and vertical shape and is a pleasant alternative to classic white subway tile.

sheri_wetherell
Sheri Wetherell added this to Cottage3 days ago

Like the open shelves and tile.

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