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Kitchen - rustic kitchen idea in Burlington with recessed-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, granite countertops, white backsplash, subway tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances

Rustic Reclaimed ChestnutRustic Kitchen, Burlington

Everyday dishes are displayed on three understated shelves, also crafted from Reclaimed Chestnut.

Photo Credit: Crown Point Cabinetry

Kitchen - rustic kitchen idea in Burlington with recessed-panel cabinets, medium tone wood cabinets, granite countertops, white backsplash, subway tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances —  Houzz
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wyndyacre wrote:Dec 13, 2013
  • Rich Keeler
    We added a couple floating shelves ourselves.
    These are about 1 3/4" solid pine. I glued and bolted them to 1/2" plywood and also added hardwood behind the plywood to strengthen everything. I cut out the drywall and screwed shelves/plywood to wall. Tiled around shelves over plywood.
    The whole assembly is very strong.
  • bethbee22

    Thank you for describing how you installed your floating shelves. I'm looking at doing that and this is useful information!

Yulia Orlov wrote:Dec 20, 2013
  • upstateny
    Unbelievably gorgeous cabinets, Crown Point. Did you install the shelves, by chance? I have been wondering about the best way to install floating shelves like this that can support the weight of plates etc.
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    Crown Point Cabinetry

    Hi upstateny! Thank you so much for the kind words! Sorry, no, we did not install the shelves. And as an addendum to that, we do not install our cabinetry. (We sell direct nationally and internationally, and it would not be practical). In this case, the client's installer did both the cabinetry and the shelves. Thanks again, and have a great day!

tinybutmighty wrote:Jul 9, 2014
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    Crown Point Cabinetry
    HI cmmcarq! Thanks for the kind words! The wood you are seeing is Reclaimed Chestnut, with our Honey stain and our Van Dyke glaze. Have a great day!
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tinabeau wrote:Dec 15, 2013
  • Allyson Mejia
    What color is the grout?
  • Amanda Huber
    I would like to know the same!
hihellochris wrote:Dec 14, 2013
Erin Dinsdale wrote:Apr 3, 2017
Kasie Noble wrote:Jan 17, 2016
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    Crown Point Cabinetry

    Hi Kasie Noble! Thanks for the kind words! As the cabinetmakers for this project (these are our photos) we were not involved in that aspect of the client's decision. Have a great day!

  • Kasie Noble
    Thank you for taking the time to answer! So kind of you.
Patti Carlyle wrote:Nov 17, 2014
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    Crown Point Cabinetry
    Hi Patti Carlyle! As the cabinetmakers for this project, we were not involved in that aspect of the remodeling project. (These images were taken by us) Thanks for asking, and have a great day!
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    Mario & Son
    Check out Bizen by Quarrytile Company. They have a white tile that looks almost identical to this one. Check out their website www.quarrytilecompany.com. They have that and a lot of other fun options!
aedeily wrote:Aug 14, 2014
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    Crown Point Cabinetry
    Hi aedeily! Sorry, our supplier doesn't offer to the general public. Thanks for asking, and have a great day!
  • Talmage Dangerfield

    That is kind of a disappointment that they don't offer that chestnut to the public. I think that it looks so great as cabinets here. My wife and I are getting ready to remodel our kitchen. Something like this would look really nice. http://www.emeraldkitchens.ca/home.html

smoreno523 wrote:Feb 10, 2014
  • catlvr
    That looks like a microwave drawer.
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    Crown Point Cabinetry
    Hi smoreno523! It does look like a dishwasher drawer, but catlvr is correct, it is a microwave drawer. Thanks for asking, and have a great day!
Eileen Mance wrote:Oct 11, 2017
Cassandra Kettenhofen wrote:Sep 27, 2017
Lw Hancock wrote:Feb 5, 2017
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    Crown Point Cabinetry

    Hi Lw Hancock! The reclaimed chestnut you are admiring is one from our vintage wood species collection we offer in our line of custom cabinetry. (We were the cabinetmakers for this project, and these are our photos.) We suppose, with a lot of work, the look could be imitated, but we would guess the cost would be even greater versus choosing a vintage wood specie in the first place. You can see other choices we offer here: Wood Species Collection (Scroll down the page to see the Vintage Collection) Have a great day!

mdburgiss wrote:Oct 22, 2016
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    Crown Point Cabinetry

    Hi mdburgiss! Thanks for asking, but I'm sure you'll understand that we respect the privacy of our clients. Have a great day!

mireillerivara wrote:Sep 3, 2016
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    Crown Point Cabinetry

    Hi mireillerivara! Thanks for the kind words. We were the cabinetmakers for this project (these are our photos) and the client chose in this case to supply their own hardware. Have a great day!

Melissa Bowley wrote:Jul 6, 2016
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    Crown Point Cabinetry

    Hi Melissa Bowley! Thanks for the kind words! We were the cabinetmakers for this project (these are our photos), and the shelving was part of the design. They are made of the same material and finish as the cabinets: Reclaimed Chestnut in our Honey stain with Van Dyke glaze. Have a great day!

Natalie Lory wrote:May 22, 2016
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    Crown Point Cabinetry

    Hi Natalie Lory! Thanks for the kind words! As the custom cabinetmaker for this project (these are our photos) we supplied the cabinetry and the finished solid stock. The installer did the final sizing on job site. Have a great day!

Camille Rizzo wrote:Apr 23, 2016
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    Crown Point Cabinetry

    Hi Camille Rizzo! We were the custom cabinetmakers for this project (these are our photos); the shelves were part of the design the customer wanted. We don't sell shelving separately, sorry. Have a great day!

asmith3611 wrote:Apr 6, 2016
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    Crown Point Cabinetry

    Hi asmith3611! Though we didn't install the shelves (we built the cabinetry and shelves; these are our photos) we didn't do the installation. However, if we apply some math (the subway tile looks to be 3" in height) we can deduce that counter to first shelf is approximately 24" and the distance between shelves is in the 16" range. Have a great day!

Jody Miller wrote:Apr 4, 2016
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    Crown Point Cabinetry

    Hi jody3078! Thanks for asking, but as the cabinetmakers for this project (these are our photos) we were not involved in that aspect of the client's decision. Have a great day!

wonderwmn2014 wrote:Jan 30, 2016
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    Crown Point Cabinetry

    Hi wonderwmn2014! We were the cabinetmakers for this project (these are our photos). Though we created the cabinetry and shelving, the actual installation was done by the builder, and he supplied his own method and hardware. Have a great day!

Tracy Ioannidis wrote:Jan 13, 2016
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    Crown Point Cabinetry

    Hi Tracy Ioannidis! We created the shelves to be finished at 1 1/2". (We were the cabinetmakers for this project, and these are our photos.) The remodeler onsite was responsible for attaching them to the walls. Thanks for asking, and have a great day!

Sylvie Chénier wrote:Sep 23, 2015
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    Crown Point Cabinetry

    Hi Sylvie Chénier! Thanks for asking, but as the cabinetmakers for this project (these are our photos) we were not involved in that aspect of the client's decision. Have a great day!

emmabrain wrote:Aug 16, 2015
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    Crown Point Cabinetry

    Hi emmabrain! You are correct it is a microwave; to be more specific, it is a microwave drawer. Have a great day!

rojasbrooks wrote:Jun 24, 2015
  • PRO
    Crown Point Cabinetry

    Hi rojasbrooks! Thanks for asking, but as the cabinetmakers for this project (these are our photos) we were not involved in that aspect of the client's decision. Have a great day!

Heather Hinrichs wrote:Jun 23, 2015
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    Crown Point Cabinetry

    Hi hrolson07! Thank you so much for the kind words, we really appreciate it! If you are ever in the NH area, please stop by, we'd love to give you a tour! Have a great day!

Heidi Rather wrote:Jun 1, 2015
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    Crown Point Cabinetry

    Hi hbr20625! Thanks for asking, but as the cabinetmakers for this project (these are our photos) we were not involved in that aspect of the client's decision. Have a great day!

kplungis wrote:May 10, 2015
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    Crown Point Cabinetry

    Hi kplungis! If you take a look at the overall design of the kitchen space, (you can see more images of the project here: Rustic Reclaimed Chestnut) it leans Victorian. Notice we said, "leans". The beauty of designing with our custom cabinetry is bringing your ideas to life, just as you have them pictured in your head. In this project, one could make the case that Reclaimed Chestnut isn't typical of Victorian design. And they would be right. However, our client was less concerned about a strict design interpretation, and more about the vision of what they wanted the space to be. And from our standpoint, that's how it should be: Doing our best to fulfill each and every client's design dreams. Thanks for asking, and have a great day!

dmbandle wrote:Nov 20, 2014
Miriam Spearson wrote:Nov 6, 2014
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    Crown Point Cabinetry
    Hi Miriam Spearson! Thanks for asking, but we don't have that information. We are the cabinetmakers for this project, and these are our photos we took. Have a great day!
anna_white wrote:Aug 22, 2014
agmay wrote:Aug 10, 2014
  • PRO
    Crown Point Cabinetry
    Hi agmay! Being the custom cabinetmakers for this project, we were not involved in that aspect of the client's decision. Have a great day!
1900fleet wrote:Aug 10, 2014
  • PRO
    Crown Point Cabinetry
    Hi 1900fleet! We created the shelves to be finished at 1 1/2". The remodeler onsite was responsible for attaching them to the walls. Thanks for asking, and have a great day!
Jessica Picou wrote:Jul 7, 2014
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    Crown Point Cabinetry
    Hi livn4jc! The stain on this Reclaimed Chestnut cabinetry is our Honey stain, over which we have applied our Van Dyke glaze. Thanks for asking, and have a great day!
jlarudy wrote:Dec 30, 2013
  • PRO
    Crown Point Cabinetry
    Hi jlarudy! Thanks for asking, but as the cabinetmakers for this project, we were not involved in that aspect. Have a great day!
The Williams wrote:Oct 30, 2018
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      lucia77 wrote:Dec 15, 2013

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        yanicsimard
        Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to Design Recipe: How to Get a Modern Farmhouse-Style KitchenSep 29, 2017

        Detail: Open ShelvesAlthough they may feel like a modern trend, open shelves are actually a classic staple that is both beautiful and functional.Simple floating shelves, or a hutch or island with an open cabinet, give you a spot to display beautiful everyday essentials like pitchers, glassware or storage jars, along with collectibles or the “guest china,” so you can still enjoy these items every day even when they aren’t in direct use.

        laura_wheat
        Laura Wheat added this to 10 Ways to Rev Up a Neutral KitchenAug 14, 2017

        3. Bring in tile. With so many tiles to choose from, it can be tricky to make a decision. Subway tile is a classic choice that will work with almost all kitchens, from traditional to contemporary. For future-proofing, stick to smaller, slimmer styles, which tend to look more timeless. The tactile beauties here have a handmade quality that enhances the rich hue of the wooden cabinets.

        kateburt
        Kate Burt added this to 99 Ingenious Ideas to Steal for Your Small KitchenMay 23, 2016

        68. Make your oven do double duty. In a dinky kitchen, your choice of oven could have a significant impact on saving space.Where there’s no room for a microwave and an oven, consider a combination microwave oven with grill that will do everything — something like the model shown in this rustic-industrial kitchen. If the kitchen’s about to be built, go for an integrated model to give more of a streamlined effect. If you’re adapting an existing kitchen, and pulling out the oven to make more cabinet space, you could mount a non-built-in model on a wall shelf.

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