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Example of a large coastal light wood floor eat-in kitchen design in New York with a farmhouse sink, recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, marble countertops and white countertops

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Photo Credit: Neil Landino, Counter Top: Connecticut Stone Calacatta Gold Honed Marble, Kitchen Sink: 39" Wide Risinger Double Bowl Fireclay, Paint Color: Benjamin Moore Arctic Gray 1577, Trim Color: Benjamin Moore White Dove, Kitchen Faucet: Perrin and Rowe Bridge Kitchen Faucet VIDEO BLOG, EPISODE 2 – FINDING THE PERFECT STONE Watch this happy client’s testimonial on how Connecticut Stone transformed her existing kitchen into a bright, beautiful and functional space.Featuring Calacatta Gold Marble and Carrara Marble. Video Link: https://youtu.be/hwbWNMFrAV0

Example of a large coastal light wood floor eat-in kitchen design in New York with a farmhouse sink, recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, marble countertops and white countertops —  Houzz

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drburton1227 wrote:Jun 9, 2015
What color is the paint used in this kitchen?

- What color is the paint?

  • jiggymace

    The paint is Arctic Grey Benjamin Moore Matte finish

jacqueohno wrote:Jul 20, 2015
Does water or stuff get caught between the window sill and the counter

  • debbiedo850

    Your kitchen is beautiful. I love the exposed hinges. I'm in the process of designing my kitchen and I'm so confused about hardware. Is your hardware chrome or something else?

  • jiggymace

    Hi my hardware is polished nickel from Restoration hardware

jacqueohno wrote:Jul 20, 2015
  • jiggymace

    I guess you could bring the sill completely flush onto the countertop and caulk if you are concerned about it. I didn't do that and I never have had a problem with water or food getting in between.

mayabrn wrote:Jul 20, 2015
  • jiggymace

    Thank you. The pendants over the island are actually Polished Nickel and they are from Restoration Hardware.

hookedonhickory wrote:Jul 24, 2015
Are the counter tops marble?

  • PRO
    Connecticut Stone

    These counters are indeed marble. The material is called Calacatta Gold and it is featured here in a honed finish. Are you considering marble counters in your project?

Kandi Futch wrote:Aug 3, 2015
  • PRO
    Connecticut Stone

    Hi there! Congratulations on your kitchen renovation! I am asked this question every day and what I have learned is that it depends on the owner's expectations of the countertop. Is marble durable? Yes. However, marble is not as durable as granite or man-made quartz. Marble will etch from products like vinegar, alcohol and citric acid. When we sell a marble countertop, we sell it with the expectation that it will need to be honed and sealed periodically. The frequency depends on how much abuse the counter takes and also the owner's tolerance toward etch marks.

Meredith Crespi wrote:Aug 8, 2015
I love your pulls and knobs. Do you know where they are from? Thanks!

  • jiggymace

    Hi, all the knobs are from Restoration Hardware and are polished nickel finish

sdsunshine4 wrote:Aug 11, 2015
Do you remember the brand and color of the woven wood blinds?

  • jiggymace

    Hi, the bamboo roman shades were custom order from Lowe's. I think Allen and Roth but I don't remember the exact color

  • jiggymace

    I found my paperwork. They are called Key Largo from Allen and Roth at Lowe's

20kelley10 wrote:Aug 12, 2015
    bailing wrote:Aug 12, 2015
    • PRO
      Sundberg Kennedy Ly-Au Young Architects

      Hi Bailing, without seeing a drawing of your kitchen layout, its a little hard to say if a 40" x10' island is too large for your kitchen. Certainly at that length it will dominate your space. We thought we might pose some questions to you to help think about whether the island size and kitchen layout work for you and the way you use your kitchen. Do you have enough room around the island to comfortably open cabinets, ovens, dishwashers, etc? When someone is cooking, how will other people circulate around the kitchen/ interact with the cook? What is the "program" of the island? Is there a sink or a stove top on the island? and how much room do you need on each side of that? How much seating do you want around the island? And how much storage? Is the kitchen open to another room or bounded by walls?

      If you can- we often suggest that clients layout the kitchen with blue tape on the floor (and sometimes even cardboard) to mock up the space and get a feel for what it will really be like. Drawings and photos can sometimes be deceiving- there is nothing like actually having something physical to respond to.

      This is a really good article about island design too:http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/3349882/list/How-to-Design-a-Kitchen-Island/

      http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/52264430/list/how-much-room-do-you-need-for-a-kitchen-island

      Hope this helps

    finkssvt wrote:Aug 12, 2015
    Who makes the sink, where can you find it? Thanks!

    crandad wrote:Aug 12, 2015
    Is there a Quartz countertop that is similar to the marble one in this

    • tyrarabel

      The closest man made quartz counter is Caesarstone's Calacatta Nuvo.

    • PRO
      Connecticut Stone

      The closest man-made quartz counter is Caesarstone's Calacatta Nuvo

    Danielle Prevete wrote:Aug 12, 2015
    • sandynorton

      What hardware did you use for your appliance pulls since RH doesn't make appliance pulls or pulls larger than 8". Sandy

    • jiggymace

      The appliance pulls are 8" from Restoration Hardware

    sandynorton wrote:Sep 2, 2015
    • sandynorton

      Please tell me what hardware you used for your appliance pulls.

    • jiggymace

      Lugarno Polished nickel from Restoration Hardware

    staceystrauss wrote:Sep 5, 2015
    normawi wrote:Sep 7, 2015
    • jiggymace

      The island pendant lights are from Restoration Hardware. They are the Benson pendant in Polished Nickel.


    mathis_jenny wrote:Sep 7, 2015
    Hello! Do you have any additional pictures of this kitchen?

    - I'd love to see the full layout. Thanks!

    Joni Klein wrote:Sep 7, 2015
    What is the sink that you used?

    guytonzabs wrote:Sep 15, 2015
    What brand is the cabinents?

    • jiggymace

      Greenfield cabinetry

    • jclangille

      what color are the cabinets

    Camellia Springs wrote:Sep 20, 2015
    • weirish

      I would also like information on the shades.

    • PRO
      Connecticut Stone

      The shades are bamboo and purchased at either Lowes or Pier One. Hunter Douglas also sells a similar bamboo shade.


    niloushi wrote:Sep 24, 2015
    I LOVE this faucet. Where might I find one for purchase?

    stargazer7165 wrote:Sep 27, 2015
    What kind of flooring is this and what is it stained/sealed with?

    • jiggymace

      the floors are 5 inch white oak with waterlox sealer

    • PRO
      Connecticut Stone

      Thank you for answering, Jen! The floors are beautiful.

    designerdood wrote:Oct 11, 2015
    What is this countertop, please? Lovely!

    - Thanks!

    • PRO
      Connecticut Stone

      This material is Calacatta Gold Honed marble. Thank you! We like it too!

    lhession62 wrote:Nov 4, 2015
    Does it stain easily

    - Does it stain easily

    • PRO
      Connecticut Stone

      Hello! Marble is a softer, more porous stone that can be susceptible to staining if not sealed properly. At CTS, it is common practice to apply an impregnating sealer after installation to prevent staining and etching. Stain-Proof and Meta Cream are two impregnating products that we confidently stand by for protection. We also recommend using trivets, coasters and cutting boards as an extra layer of defense. Take a peek at our VLOG titled "Stain, Stain, Go Away" http://www.connecticutstone.com/education/video-blog-episode-1-stain-stain-go-away/ It's an educational, time lapse video that gives examples of what everyday, household items can do to natural stone when not sealed properly. Was this helpful?

    Bonnie Miller wrote:Nov 8, 2015
    These windows are gorgeous! Can you please share information on them!

    • Equanimity

      What is the model # of these windows? (or, the height)

    • quasiexpert

      They appear to be about 4' tall, but they will do a large range of custom sizing for you as well.

    cbarry12 wrote:Nov 8, 2015
    • PRO
      Connecticut Stone

      Hello! Marble is a softer, more porous stone that can be susceptible to staining if not sealed properly. At CTS, it is common practice to apply an impregnating sealer after installation to prevent staining and etching. Stain-Proof and Meta Cream are two impregnating products that we confidently stand by for protection. We also recommend using trivets, coasters and cutting boards as an extra layer of defense. Take a peek at our VLOG titled "Stain, Stain, Go Away"http://www.connecticutstone.com/education/video-blog-episode-1-stain-stain-go-away/ It's an educational, time lapse video that gives examples of what everyday, household items can do to natural stone when not sealed properly. Was this helpful?

    minire zeka wrote:Dec 17, 2015
    how much

    • PRO
      Connecticut Stone

      Calacatta slabs (in New England) are running between $90 and $200 SF. If you would like a price estimate on your project, please feel free to email us at tyra@connecticutstone.com. Thanks very much!

    susanhomann wrote:Dec 21, 2015
    susankinge wrote:Dec 29, 2015
    Where Can the sink be purchased

    - Love the split sides farm sink

    vdliss wrote:Jan 3, 2016
    Kitchen counter

    - Cost ?

    • macsellsmiami
      Does this counter stain easily?
      Thank you,
      Mac
    • PRO
      Connecticut Stone

      Hello! Marble is a softer, more porous stone that can be susceptible to staining if not sealed properly. At CTS, it is common practice to apply an impregnating sealer after installation to prevent staining and etching. Stain-Proof and Meta Cream are two impregnating products that we confidently stand by for protection. We also recommend using trivets, coasters and cutting boards as an extra layer of defense. Take a peek at our VLOG titled "Stain, Stain, Go Away"http://www.connecticutstone.com/education/video-blog-episode-1-stain-stain-go-away/ It's an educational, time lapse video that gives examples of what everyday, household items can do to natural stone when not sealed properly. Was this helpful?

    aknancy wrote:Jan 8, 2016
    • PRO
      Connecticut Stone

      Benjamin Moore Aura paint in color Arctic Grey Matte finish

    Shelley Reeves McKee wrote:Jan 10, 2016
    What brand is the faucet! Love it!

    - Thanks

    • PRO
      Connecticut Stone

      Hi Shelley, Thanks for your inquiry. Unfortunately, we do not supply faucets so I do not know what brand the client used. We made the counters! Good luck with your project.

    • jiggymace

      Perrin and Rowe Bridge Kitchen Faucet. I got it in the polished nickel and I love it

    Lyndsay Gilbert wrote:Jan 16, 2016
    • PRO
      Carrara Marble Tiles

      Hello Lyndsay Gilbert! The kitchen countertop is made of Calacatta marble. We can do the similar countertop if you are interested in it. We also have a wide selection of marble slabs available, such as Bianco Carrera (White Carrara), Bianco Dolomiti (White Dolomite), Bardiglio Gray, Nero Marquina Black, White Onyx and Crema Marfil.
      If you have more questions, please contact us via phone or mail:http://www.carraratiles.com/contact-us.html

    • PRO
      Connecticut Stone

      Hi Lyndsay, Thanks for reaching out with your question. We made this counter in Calacatta Honed Marble, 1-1/4" thick. Calacatta is a luxury marble that is quarried in Italy. There are many different types of Calacatta available in today's market. Quoting a price without seeing the scope of work is difficult as there are many factors to consider including material type, slab size and waste. In order to quote you an accurate price, we would need to review your project's scope. However, it may be helpful for you to know that presently, Calacatta slabs (in New England) are running between $90 and $200 SF. If you would like a price estimate on your project, please feel free to email us at tyra@connecticutstone.com. Thanks very much!

    Robin Boothe wrote:Jan 20, 2016
    How much!

    • PRO
      Carrara Marble Tiles

      Hello Robin Boothe! It is a custom fabrication marble countertop. We can do the same countertop if you are interested in this kind of look. We have a wide selection of marble slabs available, such as Bianco Carrera (White Carrara), Bianco Dolomiti (White Dolomite), Bardiglio Gray, Nero Marquina Black, White Onyx and Crema Marfil.

      If you have more questions, please contact us via phone or mail to get your best deal:http://www.carraratiles.com/contact-us.html

    • PRO
      Connecticut Stone

      Thanks for reaching out with your question. We made this counter in Calacatta Honed Marble, 1-1/4" thick. Calacatta is a luxury marble that is quarried in Italy. There are many different types of Calacatta available in today's market. Quoting a price without seeing the scope of work is difficult as there are many factors to consider including material type, slab size and waste. In order to quote you an accurate price, we would need to review your project's scope. However, it may be helpful for you to know that presently, Calacatta slabs (in New England) are running between $90 and $200 SF. If you would like a price estimate on your project, please feel free to email us at tyra@connecticutstone.com. Thanks very much!

    Ina wrote:Jan 22, 2016
    famosa63 wrote:Jan 24, 2016
    • PRO
      Connecticut Stone

      Hello! Marble is a softer, more porous stone that can be susceptible to staining if not sealed properly. At CTS, it is common practice to apply an impregnating sealer after installation to prevent staining and etching. Stain-Proof and Meta Cream are two impregnating products that we confidently stand by for protection. We also recommend using trivets, coasters and cutting boards as an extra layer of defense. Take a peek at our VLOG titled "Stain, Stain, Go Away"http://www.connecticutstone.com/education/video-blog-episode-1-stain-stain-go-away/ It's an educational, time lapse video that gives examples of what everyday, household items can do to natural stone when not sealed properly. Was this helpful?

    sandyshoe7 wrote:Jan 24, 2016
    Does marble have a lot of maintenance. Can it take spills

    • Snap Girl

      Sandy Shoe 7-

      No sealer cannot prevent etching. None. If anyone says it does, it's simply not the truth. It's just the makeup of the stone that causes the vulnerability. So if you don't like water marks, forget marble. Do quartz (human-made, but cant take heat) or better yet, quartzite. Be careful though, a lot of people will tell you some "quartzite" are in fact true quartzite but really they are dolomitic marble. Do your homework before you purchase any counter material!

    • PRO
      Escoffier by Design

      engineered stone - Quartz is an excellent and cost effective alternative to the natural stones - granite, marble, quartzite. Cambria and Viatera are both manufactured in the US and have a variety of marble like slabs which are durable, stain resistant, and hygienic as well as offering warranties for the materials.

    Lori Cornelius wrote:Jan 27, 2016
    How much for the tile

    juanita34 wrote:Jan 29, 2016
    Kate Thegreat wrote:Feb 6, 2016
    • PRO
      Connecticut Stone

      Sure, they are Lugarno Polished nickel from Restoration Hardware.

    • L B

      Are these the 6 or 8 inch?

    annegrasso wrote:Feb 12, 2016
    what color are the walls

    • PRO
      Connecticut Stone

      Paint Color: Benjamin Moore Arctic Gray 1577
      Trim Color: Benjamin Moore White Dove

    ROSA ANDRADE wrote:Feb 14, 2016
      Karla wrote:Feb 19, 2016
      jclangille wrote:Feb 22, 2016
      what color are the cabinets

        crystalayar wrote:Mar 1, 2016
        • PRO
          Connecticut Stone

          Hi Emily, Yes this is a natural stone. It is Calacatta Marble.

        Nichole Ambos wrote:Mar 5, 2016
          jlip423 wrote:Mar 7, 2016
          • PRO
            Connecticut Stone

            Yes, they are Lugarno Polished nickel from Restoration Hardware.

          jacdublin wrote:Mar 12, 2016
          • PRO
            Grand Valley Window Coverings

            They could also be Hunter Douglas Provenance Woven Wood Shades. They could be purchased at any local Hunter Douglas Gallery dealer.

          • SJ

            What is the name of the sink and where can I get it?

          kevinguang wrote:Mar 29, 2016
          • PRO
            Connecticut Stone

            Thank you for your question. Calacatta marble ranges in price depending on the market price of the actual slabs you are purchasing. For quality material, you can expect to pay between $150 and $250 SF fabricated. If you are working on a project and would like an accurate estimate, please reach out to us at (203) 882-1000. Thank you.

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