Sleepy Hollow Transitional transitional-kitchen
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Sleepy Hollow Transitional Transitional Kitchen, New York

A young family moving from NYC tackled a lightning fast makeover of their new colonial revival home before the arrival of their second child. The kitchen area was quite spacious but needed a facelift and new layout. Painted cabinetry matched to Benjamin Moore’s Light Pewter is balanced by grey glazed rift oak cabinetry on the island. Shiplap paneling on the island and cabinet lend a slightly contemporary edge. White bronze hardware by Schaub & Co. in a contemporary bar shape offer clean lines with some texture in a warm metallic tone.

White Marble countertops in “Alpine Mist” create a harmonious color palette while the pale blue/grey Waterworks backsplash adds a touch of color. Kitchen design and custom cabinetry by Studio Dearborn. Countertops by Rye Marble. Refrigerator, freezer and wine refrigerator--Subzero; Ovens--Wolf. Cooktop--Gaggenau. Ventilation—Best Cirrus Series CC34IQSB. Hardware--Schaub & Company. Sink--Kohler Strive. Sink faucet--Rohl. Tile--Waterworks Architectonics 3x6 in the dust pressed line, Icewater color. Stools--Palacek. Flooring—Sota Floors. Window treatments: www.horizonshades.com in “Northbrook Birch.” Photography Adam Kane Macchia.
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jlgas53 wrote:
Bar stools - Where can you order these stools?
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soleimanandrea

I am surprised the use of marble on the center island for cooking and with children? Is that true marble or a quartz product? Beautiful kitchen.

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This is real marble. Everyone has different tolerances for etching, staining etc. and etching can be removed with re-honing if necessary.

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Michelle Pat wrote:
Backsplash Tiles - Love those blue tiles! Can you share the manufacturer, style and color? Thanks!
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rcoolman2
Please elaborate on the backsplash tiles.
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Brenda Thompson
My favourite kitchen on Houzz hands down. Amazing job!
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johannaw46 wrote:
Window treatments - Where can I find these shades? Thanks!
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I cant find the information. Please share.
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danilion707

Window treatments: www.horizonshades.com in “Northbrook Birch.”

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Elicia Gower wrote:
Can you tell me where to get the cabinet hardware?
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Thank you for your interest in Studio Dearborn! The hardware is Vinci by Schaub and Company.

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mecassin

What finish are is the hardware?

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bilkha wrote:
kitchen table and chairs - Im in love with this Kichen renovation! Could you tell us the name /brand of kitchen table and chairs please?
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The table is Design within Reach. The client could not recall where the chairs came from, but they were sort of "temporary" until the reno was done.

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homeshopp wrote:
Incredibly beautiful! - Every photo in this album is gorgeous! What an amazing before and after.
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Studio Dearborn

Thank you so much!!

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Joie Russo wrote:
Cabinet depth - Because your doors were flushed , What was the depth of your shelves when the door closed. I think my cabinet maker made my shelvesctoo short the depth of the cabinet is the standard 12 inch box but when the doors closed flushed it only gives me 10 3/4 and my dishes don’t fitt, did he screwed up?
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Our standard wall cabinets are 13" deep for that reason.

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winwin2012 wrote:
Vent hood - What brand is the ceiling vent above the stove top? Does it work well? Thanks.
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The vent is listed under the description of the photo ...let me know if you have trouble finding it.

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Joie Russo wrote:
Stain? - Where did u purchase the stain for the island. And it looks blue gray in pic is that how it looks in pic? Much thanks.
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Hi Jole,

the stain for the island was custom formulated by my cabinetry manufacturer. Thank you for your interest in Studio Dearborn!

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akouzoukas wrote:
Backsplash - Can you tell me where to buy the backsplash from. Thank you
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The backsplash is from Waterworks. You can speak to Kim in the Greenwich CT store. She can give you the particulars. Thank you for your interest in Studio Dearborn!

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bemery17 wrote:
Countertops - Can you tell me what type of counter top you used? Great job and combination of colors.
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The countertops are Alpine Mist marble. Similar to cararra but a little more blue/grey. Thanks for your interest in Studio Dearborn!

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E N wrote:
Grey glaze brand/ details? - I really like your work. You seem to be very talented and have an eye for details. Im having a custom cabinet carpenter build some cabinets and would like to achieve the color of the island. Can you provide any more specifics on the gray glaze brand? Process? Etc. I'm also curious as to who you use in Ohio for your cabinets, if you wouldn't mind sharing? I live in OH. Thank you.
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All my cabinets are fabricated by Schrocks of walnut creek in walnut creek ohio. They hold the keys to the stain/glaze recipe. Sorry I can't shed more light on the process!

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Julie Goodman wrote:
Floors - Wondering the type of wood these wood floors are and what color they are stained.
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All the information I have on the floors is in the project description. You may need to contact Soto Floors for more information.

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could you please let me know the paint color for walls and trim? Thx!
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All paint was specified by the homeowner and is VOC-free.

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pgal wrote:
It's beautiful!
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Thank you for your interest in Studio Dearborn!

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pwbarber wrote:
Backsplash - great range of color. What's the exact tile color. You said it was from Waterworks
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The tile is by Waterworks, Architectonics line, dust pressed in "Icewater".

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ccos3 wrote:
Floors and Island - I love the colors of this room. What are the floors make and color as well as the island?
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for floors please contact Soto Floors they are linked somewhere under this image. The island is a custom stain/glaze.

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Gina Larue wrote:
Ceiling Mounted Hood - I love the ceiling-mounted hood over the stove. Who is the manufacturer?
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Take a look under the photo description, the Make and Model # are there.

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Upper Cabinet Height - Hello, can you tell me how tall the upper cabinets are? Beautiful project! Thank you, Kristal
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Kathleen McCleary added this to Kitchen of the Week: White and Gray and Storage-Packed
AFTER: The couple wanted a cooktop on the island so that the mom could keep an eye on the 2-year-old (and eventually the baby who’s on the way) while she’s cooking, but they didn’t want a range hood hanging down over the cooktop. “It’s an unusual setup for an American kitchen, but you see it in Europe all the time,” Robertson says. “It’s definitely becoming a trend in American kitchens now.” The ceiling vent with fan takes care of smoke and odors, and gives a clean sightline across the kitchen. “It keeps the whole space open,” Robertson says. The next challenge was finding a piece of stone for the kitchen island. The original design called for the island to be 125 inches long. Stone slabs tend to max out at 110 to 120 inches, Robertson says, and the clients didn’t want to have to use two pieces. They decided to shave a few inches off the length of the island. Robertson found the slab of Alpine Mist white marble, a stone she describes as a little cleaner and whiter than Carrara, at a perfect 116 inches long. Vent: Sirius
Barbra Bright Design added this to A Designer’s Picks for Kitchen Trends Worth Considering
6. Column refrigerators. Unlike traditional refrigerators with their predetermined refrigerator-freezer spaces, column refrigerators are full-sized single units that are either all refrigerator or all freezer. They’re quickly becoming a client favorite due to the ability to customize chilling spaces based on one’s needs and preferences. Column refrigerators are available in sizes ranging from 18 to 36 inches wide, and they can be installed separately or combined side by side for a cohesive look. They can be paneled to blend seamlessly with the cabinetry or left stainless, as seen here.

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colored glass subway tile, grey island with white marble top.
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I like how they did the cabinets/Island
Angelie Cervantes added this to Kitchen
The next challenge was finding a piece of stone for the kitchen island. The original design called for the island to be 125 inches long. Stone slabs tend to max out at 110 to 120 inches, Robertson says, and the clients didn’t want to have to use two pieces. They decided to shave a few inches off the length of the island. Robertson found the slab of Alpine Mist white marble, a stone she describes as a little cleaner and whiter than Carrara, at a perfect 116 inches long.
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Note color of backsplash and shiplap on both base and upper cabinet ends.

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