Renovation & Refresh in GreenfieldTransitional Kitchen

Inspiration for a transitional u-shaped light wood floor and beige floor kitchen remodel in Other with an undermount sink, shaker cabinets, blue cabinets, gray backsplash, stainless steel appliances, a peninsula and white countertops —  Houzz
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smurphinfl wrote:Jun 10, 2019
Theresa Rebucas wrote:Jun 9, 2019
  • loobab

    I like the pendant lights over the island, where are they from?
    I also like the chairs at the peninsula. How clever to match their finish to the pendant lights! And they have very comfortable looking backs, too! Where are the chairs from?

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    Prime 1 Builders

    The lights were ordered at Wayfair; there is not information on a brand or model number; the chairs were purchased by the homeowner and I don't have any information on them.

Alice Young wrote:Jun 23, 2019
  • Marina

    What is the colour of the cabinets?


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    Prime 1 Builders

    The upper cabinets are Mindful Gray (SW7016) and the lower cabinets are Jasper Stone (SW9133).

REHAU Cabinet Doors wrote:Jun 11, 2019
  • terigeer

    What is the name/color of the countertop? It is beautiful !!!

  • PRO
    Prime 1 Builders

    These are Metroquartz Vogue Quartz Countertops.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

mitchell_parker
Mitchell Parker added this to The 10 Most Popular New Kitchens on Houzz Right NowJun 20, 2019

4. The Two-Tone TouchThis modest-size kitchen in Pittsburgh glows with soft style. Designed by You-Neek Designs and built by Prime 1 Builders, it features two-tone cabinets (Jasper Stone for the lowers and Mindful Gray for the uppers, both by Sherwin-Williams) and two backsplash designs, one of which surrounds the windows for variety.

erincarlyle
Erin Carlyle added this to This Is How Much People Spent on Home Renovations in 2018May 8, 2019

Only 6 of the Top 50 Metros Experienced Renovation Spend IncreasesThe Houzz & Home report also tracks median renovation spending amounts in the largest (in terms of population) 50 metropolitan areas in the U.S. Spending was highest in the greater metro areas of San Jose and San Francisco, California ($25,000 each), and lowest in Buffalo, New York; Cincinnati and Cleveland, Ohio; Nashville, Tennessee; Oklahoma City; Orlando, Florida; and Raleigh, North Carolina ($10,000 each). Last year only six of the 50 metros had a year-over-year increase in median spending amounts on home renovations. That’s notably fewer cities than during the previous two years: In 2017, 12 metro areas saw year-over-year increases, while in 2016, 16 metros did. And in fact, in 2018 half (25) of the metro areas Houzz tracks experienced a drop in median renovation spending amount. These changes are likely due to a shift to smaller projects for renovating homeowners compared to prior years. “We are moving into an economic cycle with a more moderate rate of growth relative to before,” says Nino Sitchinava, Houzz’s principal economist. Read more results from this studyMore on HouzzHere’s Why Kitchen and Bath Renovations Are Costing MoreFind design and remodeling prosShop for products and materials

What Houzzers are commenting on:

finsup46038
finsup46038 added this to Kitchenyesterday

if we keep peninsula, can put cabinet next to window

mollynnsmith
mollynnsmith added this to Kitchen Ideas4 days ago

two tone cabinets two style tile

lauren_quiros
Lauren Kalikas added this to Kitchen4 days ago

The idea of having to different colors on my kitchen cabinets

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