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SALT MARSH Transitional Kitchen, Boston

Kitchen renovation designed by Lisa Tharp. Yacht-inspired. Holly + Teak boat decking countertops. LaCornue range. Sailboat mast inspired pendant lights. Custom yacht counter chairs in leather and oiled walnut. Articulating faucet. Map-reading sconces.
Photography by Michael J. Lee
Inspiration for a transitional light wood floor open concept kitchen remodel in Boston with an undermount sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, wood countertops, white backsplash, black appliances and an island — Houzz

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Gail Frey wrote:
Love the chairs - please provide any details - where to purchase? Thanks
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Lisa Tharp Design

Hi Gail. Thanks for your question. The chairs were custom commissions from Richard Wrightma, a brilliant furniture studio.

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Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Breezy Comfort for a Saltbox on Cape Cod
Here you can see how the range, the photo of the diver above it and the subtle vent hood serve as a focal point. They are flanked by two pendant lights that Tharp chose because of their resemblance to a proud sailboat’s masts. The other appliances are concealed behind cabinetry panels. Guests can enter off the patio and sidle up to the island to keep the cook company and have a drink. The stools have a clever leather detail on the backs. She had them custom made to bring in a campaign furniture look, something you’d find on a yacht like The Bloodhound.Chairs: custom commission from Richard Wrightman; island countertop: Neolith; faucet: Kohler; range: La Cornue; pendants: Darryl Carter for Urban Electric Co.

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