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Sage Green Inset Door Kitchen Traditional Kitchen, Seattle

Inspiration for a timeless kitchen remodel in Seattle with a farmhouse sink, beaded inset cabinets, green cabinets, granite countertops, red backsplash and terra-cotta backsplash — Houzz

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butterfly323 wrote:
I really like the hardware on the cabinets, beautiful simple design. Can you tell me where they are from?
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Merlot Nicke

Hello, what sizes are the pulls? Thank you

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Merlot Nicke

What sizes do you recommend for Cabinets, thanks

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Nancy wrote:
How wide is the plate rack?
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Nancy

Thank you!

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Nancy

One more question--was it custom made or can it be purchased somewhere?

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gardeninggal wrote:
Please share the cabinets paint color. Thank You!
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ljones22
The cabinets look very off-white/cream, yet the sage is obviously quite green in color. Which picture is more accurate to the actual color, the Houzz pics or the Crystal Cabinet website?
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Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
The sage color from Crystal is a very pale green color. It is difficult to tell in a photograph. The color on the Crystal website shows the sage sample, but unfortunately, shows it on a green background. So, that is deceiving. I would never rely on a computer screen to select a color. Every brand of screen can give a bit of a different version of a color. If you are interested in a pale green, I would suggest contacting your local Crystal dealer, and request an actual color sample.
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Newfoundlandscaping LLC wrote:
Why would you put a wine rack where the heat is the highest?
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Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
Hello, and thank you for the question. In this kitchen, we were extremely limited on space and were creative in how we used every inch. The homeowner was a petite height and the top corner was not easy for everyday dishes. So, we opted that the top corner be for the wine rack that was requested. The wine rack was more of an occasional use item. It also kept it out of reach of the young children. This area is less heat than locating a wine rack next to a heat producing appliance. Hope that helps to understand the design intent of the space.
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Newfoundlandscaping LLC
Still a lack of respect for the wines to be subjected to 20-30 deg higher temps than what is recommended. I do like the plate rack and sink though. The wine bottles won't hurt the children, the chemicals kept under the sink kill children.........
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jeanjones wrote:
What company made the knobs and pulls? I love these!
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Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
They are in the Allison Value Collection from Amerock Hardware.
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mrozear

Hello, Do you find that the pull on the recessed part of the small drawer has a deep enough projection? Thanks!

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15chester wrote:
What is the granite?
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Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
There are a few colors that you could consider that is in this range - Valley White, White Spring, Colonial Cream, or Typhoon Green.
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15chester
Thank you very helpful
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mitzi60614 wrote:
Floors - Are the floors terra cotta? If not what are they please?
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Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
It is a terra cotta from Epro, the most durable terra cotta that I know of.
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CRAFTSMAN COURT CERAMICS
Both the Epro and Ticsa tiles can be found at www.craftsmancourt.com
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Zoe Lee Design wrote:
Who makes this faucet? I am looking for a gooseneck with a pullout spray w one handle. Any other options would be appreciated as well! Thanks!
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Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
This faucet is by Kohler, called "Vinnata".
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lcline705

what is in the fourth hole? I am referring to the flat disc. Is it for garbage disposal or simply a cap?

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nicholasl wrote:
What is the best type of kitchen sink as far as durability?
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Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
@nicholasl:
It is hard to say one particular sink is the "best". All types have their pros and cons. A heavy guage stainless steel is a great choice, although it can scratch. Fireclay sinks, as shown in the photo are very durable since they are a high-fired clay. You must use nonabrasive cleaners so they will not dull, and they can possibly chip with the right thing being dropped in them...think, cast iron skillet. I have found one fireclay that seems extremely durable for scratching. It is the Kallista fireclay undermount sink in Slate Black. I have also used natural stone sinks - carrara, travertine noce and soapstone. The stones are durable and "patina" over time with wear. The darker colors like the Travertine Noce are more forgiving against staining than the Carrara, which is a white marble. Drop a glass in a stone or fireclay sink and you will break the glass. Enameled steel, like what Kohler carries are also durable, but again, important to clean with a nonabrasive cleaner so not to dull the finish. One last one to check out that I have not used but familiar with is the Blanco Siligranite sinks....they seem very durable. Good luck in your search!
Kayron Brewer, AKBD
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daisy6666 wrote:
Cabinet Knobs by Amerock but what knob exactly? Its difficult to tell. - I have 125 knobs and pulls I must purchase for my kitchen. I have settled in on Amerock Allison Value pull in this design but trying to determine which knob to purchase. Do you have the specifics on which knob exactly is in this design? Amerock Allison Value line has several knobs from which to chose. Thanks!
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Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B

Hi, they are the Amerock Allison Value Round Knob.

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jhamdan wrote:
Love bifold doors on the counter! Did you use track or only hinges? - I'm hoping to pull off a similar look and function to store toaster and coffee maker and want to ensure that it will stand the test of time (or at least a few yrs of daily wear and love) and functions easily! thanks
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Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
This application did not have a track. There is a magnetic catch on the left side so the door does not sag.
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Ashley Reynolds wrote:
Backsplash - What is the backsplash? I love the warmth and texture.
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Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
The brick look tile iss a stained and antiqued glazed terra cotta from Ticsa America and the decorative border is a custom handpainted tile from Solar Antique Tiles.
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Love To Shop wrote:
What is the name of the counter top?
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Bring it down to the counter. I love how this plate rack integrates into open shelves and an uber-functional storage wall where the cabinets sit on the countertop. It's a mixed-use storage wall that makes sense for a small section of countertop that won't be used for much prepping or tasking. The variety of door sizes and open-vs.-closed storage create much more visual interest than a bunch of cabinet doors that are all the same size.
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