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Eat-in kitchen - large transitional single-wall light wood floor eat-in kitchen idea in Chicago with shaker cabinets, white cabinets, quartz countertops, gray backsplash, stone tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island

Soothing White and Gray Kitchen RemodelTransitional Kitchen, Chicago

This transitional kitchen designed by Normandy Designer Stephanie Bryant has some of the clean lines of contemporary styles, and is blended with accents of traditional styles, such as mouldings and corbels. The chunky countertop on the island offsets some of the finer details and helps land this kitchen in the transitional style. To see more work from Stephanie or for more information on the talented designer, click the following link: http://www.normandyremodeling.com/designers/stephanie-bryant/

Eat-in kitchen - large transitional single-wall light wood floor eat-in kitchen idea in Chicago with shaker cabinets, white cabinets, quartz countertops, gray backsplash, stone tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island —  Houzz

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robyn60091 wrote:May 16, 2012
What is the countertop material (both perimeter and island)?

- Thank you.

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    Walker Zanger Charlotte, NC
    robyn60091- The island looks most like a Carrara slab material (Walker Zanger calls it White Venatino) and this slab looks to be a 5CM thickness or a very nice job of a laminated edge. The backsplash also looks to be made up of Carrara tiles and mosaics. My apologies, can't really see the perimeter but it looks like it could be a nice gray honed limestone. Walker Zanger can definitely provide you with materials that are close to or match these items. Let me know if you're interested in finding the location closest to you.
    Thank you!
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    Normandy Remodeling
    The countertop perimeter is Caesarstone, color 4030H. The island is a granite, color Bianco Carrara.
ninahenderson wrote:Jul 8, 2012
What tile is used for the backsplash...including the herringbone design behind the stove?

amstelly wrote:Aug 29, 2012
Perfect white on the cabinetry for the carrara! Color name?

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    Normandy Remodeling
    The cabinetry company calls this color "snow white" but you can likely find similar options with nearly any cabinet company.
Michael Dowley wrote:Dec 29, 2012
Where can I get a light fixture like this?

wewa wrote:Feb 22, 2013
Can you tell me the model & maker of the beverge center?

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    Normandy Remodeling
    The beverage center is from Kitchenaid, Architect II series.
jgeb wrote:Jun 23, 2013
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    Normandy Remodeling
    I just spoke with the designer for this project, Stephanie Bryant, and she did have some recommendations for you. Stephanie advises: "The fixture over the island should also be geometric in shape, but not round. Pendant lights with cone shape shades, staggered, would look quite nice. You could also pull in the bronze and possibly amber glass for the shades." Good luck in your search and hope you find some wonderful light fixtures for your island!
boykohouseideas wrote:Aug 31, 2013
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    Normandy Remodeling
    The windows on either side of the range are approximately 18x48". Good luck with your new kitchen!
marikadebruijn wrote:Oct 20, 2013
What is the distance between the island and range?

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    Normandy Remodeling
    It is approximately 48" from the island to the range.
jackkate2 wrote:Nov 3, 2013
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    Normandy Remodeling
    Thanks so much for the compliment, glad you like the kitchen! In terms of countertops, this kitchen had a marble island and a solid surface perimeter. One of the primary reasons for this selection is because that marble is more vulnerable to stains and scratches so it can be risky to use it in a "high traffic" area of the kitchen. Placing the marble on the island only means that the less vulnerable solid surfaces can be the primary work surfaces for daily tasks without as much risk to the countertop. The softness (or porousness) of marble is one reason why many people familiar with natural stones will recommend that you select a granite because it is much harder and less likely to stain or scratch. For homeowners who just love the look or marble, limiting it to just on area of the kitchen, like you see here, can be a good compromise. I've attached a few images of other kitchens we've done with a white perimeter and a dark stained island, and most of them do have a single tone of countertop. There's no clear formula for when you should or shouldn't introduce another variable into a design (like two different countertops) but in general larger kitchens do afford the opportunity to get more creative with options, simply because their size permits them to do so. I hope this has been helpful!
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    Thank You! I chose a quartzite called "Sea Pearl". It has similar look to marble and also a calming look to it..and because of my kitchen dimentions i have decided to put it everywhere! I appreciate your time! Love your designs!
jcariddi wrote:Jan 15, 2014
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    Normandy Remodeling
    You are correct, this is a 36" range shown in this kitchen. The windows are approximately 27" wide, including the window trim. I hope this is helpful information for you, and glad you like the kitchen!
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    Joshani Homes Ltd.
    great use of color
toots816 wrote:Feb 25, 2014
What is the name/brand of the grey paint, pls.

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    Normandy Remodeling
    The gray paint shown here is Benjamin Moore's Chelsea Gray.
lausyreno wrote:Jun 24, 2014
chriswill wrote:Oct 13, 2014
What is the width from window trim to trim including range area?

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    Normandy Remodeling
    The space surrounding the range, including both windows, is approximately 117 inches.
mln7754 wrote:Jan 5, 2015
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    Normandy Remodeling

    Choosing the right color for your space is largely a matter of personal preference. Grays are becoming quite popular as a new neutral color option that can work well with many other shades. In fact, if you look closely at this photo, you can see that the adjoining dining room is actually a richer shade of taupe. Benjamin Moore has a lot of great tools on their website to help you find complementary color combinations, and they have some recommendations for this shade of gray as well: http://www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/paint-color/chelseagray#ce_s=chelsea gray Best of luck in finding a color that's right for your dining space.

iroquoispub wrote:Mar 13, 2015
Make and Model of Drawer Pulls? Very Different :) Love them.

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    Normandy Remodeling

    The pulls in this kitchen are from Belwith, although I do not have the details on the exact make and model.

stewartamy wrote:Oct 6, 2015
Can you share the ceiling height? Thanks!

brittneybridges wrote:Nov 17, 2015
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    Normandy Remodeling

    The backsplash tiles in this kitchen are Carrara Marble.

Kari O'Hara wrote:Feb 19, 2016
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    Carrara Marble Tiles

    Hello Kari O'Hara! We have similar marble slabs in our stocks and if you are interested in it, we can do the similar counters for your kitchen from our marble slabs.

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    We have special offers and free shipping options for our customers. If you wish, you can order a sample.

    Please contact us via phone or mail to get your best deal:http://www.carraratiles.com/contact-us.html

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    Normandy Remodeling

    The perimeter counters in this kitchen are Caesarstone, Pebble. The island countertop is Carrera Marble.

Princess Leia wrote:Apr 10, 2016
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    Normandy Remodeling

    Thanks for the compliment, and I'm glad you like the design. The cabinets in this kitchen are actually a private label line that is made just for our company called "The Normandy Collection."

    You mentioned that you're in the Chicago area, so whenever you're ready to start on your own kitchen remodel, give us a ring at 630-455-5600 and we'd be happy to chat about the possibilities!

go_figure01 wrote:May 26, 2018
what are the dimensions of this kitchen? range wall dimensions?

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    Normandy Remodeling

    The back wall where the range is located is approximately 23 1/2' long. From that back wall, to the front of the island is approximately 9'.

othertime wrote:Aug 17, 2018
Gorgeous Kitchen, do you know where I could find the corbels? Thanks

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    Normandy Remodeling

    The corbels in this kitchen were part of the cabinet company's offering, and not something that was sourced independently. Perhaps your custom cabinet provider could help you find something similar for your kitchen.

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