Rustic KitchenRustic Kitchen, Burlington

Mountain style l-shaped kitchen photo in Burlington with shaker cabinets, stainless steel appliances, wood countertops and beige cabinets —  Houzz
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jmcib wrote:Feb 27, 2013
  • westcv2
    What is the cabinet and wall color? I assume the cabinet color is the same as the trim?
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    Yes, cabinets are same as the trim. The wall color, which you see very little of in this image is Baby Turtle #515 from Benjamin Moore. The island base color is Military Tan # 2148-30 also from Benjamin Moore.
stkar wrote:Jan 9, 2013
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    Yes, depth of microwaves and required clearances can be a hassle. This one is easily accommodated by a deeper than normal upper cabinet. I believe it is close to 24 inches deep as evidenced by its relationship to the lower cabinets (24" deep) and the counter (25" deep).
  • saralj
    Thank you!
suede57 wrote:Mar 30, 2014
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    Yes, the island countertop is the walnut. The kitchen counters and baking center (at the right of this image) are Zimbabwean Black Granite.
  • suede57
    Okay thanks again for answering!!
ramatadiallo wrote:May 2, 2013
  • angiebartlett
    What refrigerator is this? Love the look here!
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    This is an Amana model number ARB9059CS, but it is over ten years old now so probably discontinued.
candicegsu wrote:Feb 5, 2012
karmelville wrote:Jun 18, 2011
  • Elaine Gatt
    Hi, could you please share the total dimensions of this kitchen? I love it!
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    Smith & Vansant Architects PC
    From the Island face in this image to the baking center is 16' - 6" and 15' - 6" wide.
marg1212 wrote:Feb 25, 2014
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    Well, it is two heights, the low, working part is 8' - 2 1/2" long x 2' - 5" deep. The upper part overhangs the island by an inch and is an L shape with the longest leg at 9' - 4" and the short leg at 3' - 11", the width of the short leg is 1' - 2" and the width of the long leg is 1' - 7" - hope that helps.
  • walleygirl

    This is great, thank you. We are building an island almost identical to this and the measurements were very helpful.

Bruce Jenkins wrote:Jun 5, 2013
Jamieh922 wrote:Apr 17, 2013
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    It depends on the manufacturer, but often and inch and a half all around will suffice. You will want room behind the microwave for the outlet and plug too.
  • Peggy K
    Do you know the depth of this microwave? Having trouble finding counter microwaves that are cabinet depth
sjih wrote:Dec 5, 2012
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    Hello,
    I am sorry, our homes are custom designs created to specifically integrate our client's programmatic requirement with their particular site. Our policy has been to not release drawings to protect both the clients privacy and our hard work.
    Hope that helps!
  • sjih
    Thank you for responding! Love the brightness from the windows
pigag wrote:Jul 17, 2012
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    Hello,
    This ceiling is 8 feet 3 1/4 inches tall overall, and 7 feet 11 inches to the bottom of the beams.
    Hope that helps!
  • lpgoldsmith
    how far are thelights above the island?
Nice Try wrote:May 17, 2016
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    Since out kitchens are typically custom built we have the flexibility to do what best serves the functionality of the space. This kitchen is a bit of a hybrid. We often have our lower cabinets full overlay to maximize space, but use the inset to help carry trim language through - it is most apparent at the fridge opening. Good eye!

naomitbarton wrote:Dec 2, 2015
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    That is a 1x4 beaded tongue and groove poplar that has been painted with Benjamin Moore's #233 Cream Fleece in satin impervo finish.

emmah98 wrote:Nov 22, 2015
pngsgdtr wrote:Nov 8, 2014
charree wrote:Mar 26, 2014
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    Glad you like it. It is especially nice on a beautiful summer day overlooking the water while working at the sink!
    The paints are from Benjamin Moore. The walls are #515 Baby Turtle in an aqua velvet finish. The ceiling is # 2148-40 Light Khaki in a wall satin finish. The trim and cabinets are #233 Cream Fleece.
60shelley wrote:Feb 16, 2014
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    There are four pendants here. It all depends on which fixtures you are using, the output you are hoping to get on the surface it is illuminating. Many lighting showrooms have people who can help answer some of these questions.
joannwas wrote:Nov 14, 2013
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    Those are clad casement windows from Marvin. They are model # CCM3236 which translates to approximately 32 inches wide x 36 inches tall.
seaside62 wrote:Aug 3, 2013
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    These are salvage hemlock boards, originally from a classic New England Inn's casino game room, replaced, sanded and finished with polyurethane. Although nowadays I would use a polywhey available from Vermont Natural Coatings - a product made from cows milk and much more environmentally friendly and no VOC's.
jaroszew wrote:Jun 20, 2013
kelly308 wrote:Feb 24, 2013
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    Thermador model #RDDS30VRS, but it has been discontinued (this house was completed early 2004). Yes, the hood pops up behind the range and vents down and out through the floor system. It does work quite well.
Mary Wideman wrote:Oct 13, 2012
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    Hello,
    This is an Amana model # ARB9059CS, bottom freezer refrigerator. It fits a 36 inch wide opening and is 24 inches deep.
    Hope that helps!
dasmith57 wrote:Aug 10, 2012
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    That is the cladding color for the Marvin window and doors used on this house - the color is called Evergreen.
chenxiwang112 wrote:Jul 15, 2012
kathydanaher wrote:Feb 7, 2012

What Houzz contributors are saying:

shawngauthier
Shawn Gauthier added this to Create Page-Turning Design with BooksDec 20, 2011

If possible, carve a niche out of your island kitchen. It’s the perfect spot to store cookbooks, keeping your cabinets free for supplies.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

ruth_connelly10
Ruth Connelly added this to Ruth's ideasSep 2, 2019

l shaped island; higher counter

premerson
premerson added this to remodeled kitchenAug 18, 2019

Don't like this look for the microwave - where it looks like it was just "thrown" on a shelf

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