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Raleigh Hills KitchenTransitional Kitchen, Portland

Remodel by Ostmo Construction.
Photos by Dale Lang of NW Architectural Photography.

Open concept kitchen - large transitional l-shaped medium tone wood floor and brown floor open concept kitchen idea in Portland with quartz countertops, white backsplash, white cabinets, shaker cabinets, stainless steel appliances, an undermount sink, marble backsplash and an island —  Houzz
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dfogarty wrote:Feb 3, 2013
  • PRO
    Rockwood Cabinetry
    These are two separate units used in a 48" combination. The units used were Miele K 1801 SF Refrigerator + F 1411 SF Freezer. 48" wide overall x 84" tall x 24" deep.
  • PRO
    Houses by TED
    Thank you!
acripe wrote:Apr 19, 2014
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    Rockwood Cabinetry
    Are you referring to the side you cannot see or the drawer bank cabinet that is opposite the sink cabinet?
  • allelves
    The side I cannot see.
leighgreen wrote:May 24, 2013
  • joe131
    Thank you!
  • sbmermaid
    Love this kitchen! Do you have know the color of the cabinet paint?
Natalie Robinson wrote:Aug 22, 2017
wcdoran wrote:Jun 22, 2016
  • wcdoran
    Thank you for your reply. I'm not quite sure what a pigmented conversion varnish is...would you mind explaining how it is different from the typical paint. And would you be kind enough to share the countertop material and color, just love this combination. Thank you!!
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    Rockwood Cabinetry

    Conversion varnish is a fast-drying finish that comes in two parts: the finish and the catalyst (hardening agent). Due to the complexities of this product it should only be applied by a professional and experienced painter. The finished result is a painted surface that is harder and more durable than other common paints. Countertops are Ceasarstone Organic White 4600.

sassorosy wrote:Jun 16, 2014
  • cminnis123

    what brand is the range hood

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    Rockwood Cabinetry

    The range hood is a Zephyr. Hope this helps!

solarsmile wrote:Jul 30, 2014
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    Rockwood Cabinetry
    These doors have straight edges...true shaker w/3" frames. The center panels are set 1/4" off the frame.
  • theresa14
    Hi, love the cabinets. I am redoing my 20 yr old kitchen and considering slate or white cabinets and hard wood floors. I am having a hard time deciding cabinet color because the rest of the house has golden oak windows, trim, doors, stairs etc. have you done a kitchen in white in a house like mine? And will it look good? I attached pictures.
Ivan I wrote:Jun 15, 2014
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    Rockwood Cabinetry
    This was the preference of the home owner and worked best for them.
  • Ivan I
    Thanks. It's beautiful but that layout would drive me nuts when making sandwiches or prepping meals with more than 1 thing from the fridge. Lots of back and forth.
Debi Dellicarpini wrote:May 31, 2018
Claudia Ochoa wrote:Oct 21, 2017
Natalie Robinson wrote:Aug 20, 2017
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    Rockwood Cabinetry

    Hi Natalie! All of the specs for the countertops and backsplash are included on the small white tags over the photo. Simply click on these small white tags and it will show you what you are looking for. Let us know if this helps. Thanks!

Koray illeez wrote:May 23, 2017
prosperitytree wrote:Nov 12, 2016
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    Rockwood Cabinetry

    The tile used here is Asian Statuary 3x6 Marble.

lct83 wrote:Jun 15, 2015
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    Rockwood Cabinetry

    Please contact Ostmo Construction for more information about the back splash tile.

mukeshred wrote:Apr 6, 2015
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    Rockwood Cabinetry

    Our company built all of the cabinetry for this project. Thanks for asking :)

Kathy wrote:Sep 20, 2014
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    Rockwood Cabinetry
    These pulls are Top Knobs brand and are a polished chrome finish.
susangoodson1956 wrote:Aug 18, 2014
danajanovjak wrote:Apr 13, 2014
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    Rockwood Cabinetry
    I'm sorry, but we do not have this information. The tile is Asian Statuary 3x6 Marble.
alisha22 wrote:Jan 25, 2014
mellie wrote:Nov 5, 2013
261meadow wrote:Feb 18, 2013
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    Rockwood Cabinetry
    The countertops are 3CM Caesarstone Organic White 4600 and the backsplash was Asian statuary marble tile. Thank you!

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Laura Gaskill added this to What to Know About Working With a Custom CabinetmakerMay 13, 2014

Brian Berg, Rockwood Cabinetry, Beaverton, Oregon: From a product standpoint, custom shops use superior materials, hardware and construction methods. You will pay a bit more, but they will stand up to wear and tear, whereas the cheaper materials and hardware used in many off-the-shelf cabinets will break down much faster. For instance, a soft-close drawer slide may work fine for the first year or so, but we’ve gone into many homes and seen the compression piston fail, which results in a faulty slide.From a customer service standpoint, custom shops should take more time in the planning process to ensure your new cabinets do more than fill the space with storage, but also reflect your style and plans for how you intend to use your space.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Dale Weaver added this to My ideasJun 7, 2019

Backsplash, pot sink above stove

Laura Purvis added this to My ideasJun 3, 2019

wall tiles and fridge next to oven

Pam Piekarz added this to PamshuJun 1, 2019

No upper cabinets above or around cooktop

Richard Andrews added this to rick200's ideasMay 31, 2019

Clean lines. Lots of storage and stylized stove hood.

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