Sonoma KitchenRustic Kitchen, San Francisco
The mixture of grey green cabinets with the distressed wood floors and ceilings, gives this farmhouse kitchen a feeling of warmth.
Cabinets: Brookhaven and the color is Green Stone
Benjamin Moore paint color: There's not an exact match for Green Stone, but Gettysburg Grey, HC 107 is close.
Sink: Krauss, model KHF200-30, stainless steel
Faucet: Kraus, modelKPF-1602
Hardware: Restoration hardware, Dakota cup and Dakota round knob. The finish was either the chestnut or iron.
Windows: Bloomberg is the manufacturer
the hardware is from Restoration hardware--Dakota cup and Dakota round knob. The finish was either the chestnut or iron.
Floors: European Oak that is wired brushed. The company is Provenza, Pompeii collection and the color is Amiata.
Distressed wood: The wood is cedar that's been treated to look distressed! My client is brilliant , so he did some googling (is that a word?) and came across several sites that had a recipe to do just that. He put a steel wool pad into a jar of vinegar and let it sit for a bit. In another jar, he mixed black tea with water. Brush the tea on first and let it dry. Then brush on the steel wool/vinegar (don't forget to strain the wool). Voila, the wood turns dark.
Andrew McKinney Photography
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Photo by Andrew Mckinney PhotographyDesigner Barbra Bright describes the gray-green cabinetry and distressed wood floors here as providing the farmhouse kitchen with a feeling of warmth.Cabinets: Brookhaven in Green Stone, Wood-Mode; cabinet paint color (similar): Gettysburg Grey HC-107, Benjamin MooreSee more of this farmhouse kitchen
Step 3: Find the Center Point of Your Sink, Stove and WindowsUnless you’re planning to shake up your kitchen’s layout, your sink, stove and windows are staying put. As a result, you have to build your design around these items. Knowing the center point of your sink, stove and any windows allows you to correctly position the cabinets that surround them.
The warmth of wood. We’ve already seen it in a few of the most popular kitchens. Whether on open shelves, islands, countertops, ceilings, floors or elsewhere, homeowners loved the look of wood in the kitchen. Walnut was especially popular, particularly on countertops. In this Sonoma kitchen, the homeowner distressed the cedar boards himself using a process that included black tea and a steel wool pad soaked in vinegar. The floors are wire-brushed European oak.Flooring: Pompeii Collection in Amiata, Provenza; sink and faucet: Kraus; cabinets: Brookhaven in Green Stone