Silverlake Full Home Design farmhouse-kitchen
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Silverlake Full Home Design Farmhouse Kitchen, Los Angeles

photo cred: tessa neustadt
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http://stefanistein.com
Example of a large country u-shaped ceramic floor open concept kitchen design in Los Angeles with a farmhouse sink, recessed-panel cabinets, white cabinets, marble countertops, white backsplash, subway tile backsplash, white appliances and a peninsula — Houzz

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tdshaw wrote:
Windows - Who manufactured these Windows? They are lovely!
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ljbwilk

Any idea how the unlacquered brass finish on the faucet is holding up? I was hoping for a more matte living finish and I'm hoping that if I get this finish (and this style, actually), that the shiny-ness will fade...

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Milgard Windows & Doors

Hi Stefani, We would love to feature these images on our blog, please email me at social@milgard.com for this free opportunity.

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rikilee wrote:
faucet - What is the brand of this faucet and where can buy one?
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STEFANI STEIN

Rejuvenation

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jordapo59

what color is the grout on the tile and what color is the window trim painted, please? thank you!

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Emily Adam wrote:
Cabinets - Are these full overlay cabinets? Or inset somehow? Thanks!
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Emily Adam

Really?? I contacted Rejuvenation about a month ago and specifically asked if I could use these latches on overlay cabinets and they said no! I may have to order some and try it out. Thanks for the info.

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designdiva101

Consult a custom cabinet designer, they are better equipped to answer those questions!

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deboranne14 wrote:
Kitchen window box horizontal surface - Hi Stefani - Beautiful Kitchen! And thank you for being so willing to answer so many questions. What surface is in the kitchen bay window (i.e. what are the plants sitting on top of)? Did you continue the counter or something else?
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STEFANI STEIN

Hi! Thank you for your question.

The lower surface of the bay window is wooden and painted out to match the window casing. We vacillated on this treatment because of durability, but in the end decided that other material transitions were going to look awkward and it was important to the homeowner that it was seamless.

However the semi-gloss finish of the trim makes it easier to wipe down.

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deboranne14

Thank you Stefani. That's exactly the conversation we are having too. I think the wood might be the best looking option too. The kitchen is beautifully done!

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mrosec wrote:
What is the name of the granite?
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STEFANI STEIN

The countertops are honed statuary marble.

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cb4364 wrote:
Where is the amazing hex floor tile from?
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STEFANI STEIN
Cle tile... So glad you like it!
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Pat Fitzgerald wrote:
Can you tell me which finish is on the Waterstone faucet?
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stacybushyhead wrote:
kitchen tile and grout color - Could you share the name and size of the subway tile and grout color used in this kitchen? Very much appreciated. Thank you!
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T. wrote:
Is this the 5500 or 5600 Waterstone faucet?
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kt_31 wrote:
Water stone Faucet - What finish is the faucet done in?
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sccontursi wrote:
Who makes the Farm sink and do you know if they make a dual bowl?
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Michelle Turk wrote:
Cabinet Hardware - Could you please tell me who makes the cabinet hardware? I'm from LA, would also love to know where to buy. Thanks!
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Mitchell Parker added this to 4 Dreamy White-and-Wood Kitchens to Learn From
Splurges and savings: “By going with classic subway tiles on the walls, we were able to splurge on honed Carrara countertops,” Stein says. The nitty-gritty: Wall paint: Bit of Sugar, Behr; cabinet paint: White Cliffs, Portola Paints & Glazes; floor: limed oak; wall-mounted shelves: cerused white oak; countertops: custom-stained maple butcher block; exposed beams: pine with hand-distressed finish; cabinet hardware: unlacquered brass, Rejuvenation; lighting above sink: Schoolhouse Electric; rugs: Jamal’s Rug Collection; desk lamp: West Elm; desk chair: Martin & Brockett; fixtures: Waterstone; vintage bronze lidded bowl: Hollywood at Home; oven and range: refurbished vintage, Viking Team: Tessa Neustadt (photographer)See more of this home
Mitchell Parker added this to 15 Remodeling ‘Uh-Oh’ Moments to Learn From
5. Window WoesDesigner: Stefani SteinLocation: Los AngelesSize: 190 square feet (about 18 square meters); 10 by 19 feetYear built: 1923“Uh-oh” moment: The various additions to the home had left it with various window types — wooden, aluminum and vinyl. After designer Stefani Stein and the homeowners agreed to replace all the windows, they realized that because of the additions, all the window sizes were different, and current sizes wouldn’t match unless they went custom, which wasn’t in the budget. “In the end, we were able to sit down with the window representative and the contractor to come up with creative framing ideas that solved the problem and looked fantastic,” Stein says. Read more about this and other dreamy white with wood kitchens

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D added this to Kitchens2019
Now I’m drooling over the shape of the window over the sink :-)

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