South Surf RoadBeach Style Kitchen, New York

Elizabeth B. Gillin Interiors
Sam Oberter Photography
2012 Design Excellence Award, Residential Design+Build Magazine, Professional Builder Magazine

Large coastal l-shaped dark wood floor and brown floor eat-in kitchen photo in New York with an island, beaded inset cabinets, white cabinets, white backsplash, subway tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, an undermount sink and marble countertops —  Houzz
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eggplantemily wrote:Dec 14, 2012
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    Richard Bubnowski Design LLC
    I was told by our interior designer that they were manufactured by Ficks Reed, but I have also been informed that they are no longer in business. You may still be able to find them somewhere.
  • lexysnow
    Which size pendant are these? I know they are visual comfort/circa but cant' figure out size.
kated wrote:Dec 26, 2010
  • Toni Hunt
    Ficks Reed is still in business. They have a website and many barstools to choose from.
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kated wrote:Dec 26, 2010
  • blake paige
    I saw this kitchen in person and I believe the counter is a white granite that has some gray and sand colored veining.
  • mkbincolo
    It might be Bianca Romano granite. It's a white granite that resembles marble, but without the issues of staining etc.
nicole618 wrote:Dec 26, 2010
Carmen Martinez wrote:Oct 12, 2015
kathy rie wrote:Dec 31, 2013
pdobber wrote:Jan 29, 2012
  • ari123
    Who was the custom builder?
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    Richard Bubnowski Design LLC
    The general contractor was Brian Furey from Normandy Beach. We have worked on a few projects together. He is not only an extremely talented builder, but a pleasure to work with as well.
    His number is 732-995-1318
floridafamily wrote:Oct 1, 2013
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    Richard Bubnowski Design LLC
    The island in the picture is 9' and the fixture spacing is about 42", but it really depends on the fixture you're using. These are pretty big fixtures, so they can be spaced pretty far apart. I'd hate to give you a spacing dimension and have it not work correctly for your project.
  • floridafamily
    Thanks so much for your advice. I appreciate it. We're using this same pendant as shown here (yoke by visual comfort). Our island is 9 x 4.8. You have used it beautifully here.
cherokeedee wrote:Jun 20, 2012
  • Lynn
    Where do the bar stools come from
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    Richard Bubnowski Design LLC
    The bar stools came from Ficks Reed, but i am told they are no longer in business. As for the wooden bowl, it was purchased somewhere locally, but I'm not sure where.
Mary wrote:Jul 31, 2011
  • Annie Thornton
    These barstools are by Ficks Reed. While I have heard rumors circulating, that they have since gone out of business, their website is still maintained and functioning, so I would take one stab at contacting them just in case.

    As an alternative, check out these similar style wicker barstools:

    Woven Shelter Bar Counter Stool · More Info

    Wingate Rattan Barstool | Pottery Barn · More Info

    Seagrass Barstool · More Info
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    Richard Bubnowski Design LLC
    Ficks Reed, but I am told they are no longer in business.
mistya925 wrote:Jan 8, 2011
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    Paul Anater
    That appears to be a white tile, set in an offset, or subway pattern.
  • kimberlyn
    paul - could you please tell us a name brand of white tile that has some character. I am finding the dal tile kohler being a bit plain...for my kitchen with black antiqued honed granite. Do you have a white subway tile that has some pizzaz, texture. Would you suggest a 3 x 6 or is it best to use smaller tiles in your opinion. Your advice is greatly appreciated!
cherylrudun wrote:Nov 6, 2016
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    Richard Bubnowski Design LLC

    This project was completed back in 2010, but I believe it was Italian Calcutta Gold marble.

Ellen Boyd wrote:Aug 22, 2016
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    Richard Bubnowski Design LLC

    They may, however I am told the the manufacturer Ficks Reed is no longer in business.

GB wrote:May 18, 2015
kapri wrote:Aug 4, 2014
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adamsproject wrote:Dec 6, 2013
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    Richard Bubnowski Design LLC
    The cabinets were completely custom, but I recall they were about 48". There is a 4-6" crown moulding at the top and the ceiling is 9'.
8228 wrote:Nov 6, 2013
asantero wrote:Jul 28, 2013
laurengeraghty wrote:Apr 29, 2013
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    Richard Bubnowski Design LLC
    The paint was Benjamin Moore "white" semi gloss finish. We used a brushed nickel hardware finish, but oil rubbed bronze with white is just as nice. I always like to keep my hardware and metals consistent. If you go with oil rubbed bronze hardware, then maybe the light fixtures should be oil rubbed bronze as well. But thats just me!
joeandpatty wrote:May 25, 2011
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    DeCocco Design
    This is one bright white paint color. Maybe it's the lighting when the photo was taken. I think this is absolutely pure white, nothing added to the mix.
analie3 wrote:Oct 9, 2014
    Barbara Kabasu wrote:Jul 7, 2012

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Rebecca Heane added this to Elements of Contemporary Coastal StyleSep 16, 2012

      LightingGo for classic, industrial, maritime-inspired lights. This style looks great against a clean, contemporary backdrop. Stainless steel, polished chrome and aluminium catch the eye and work in bathrooms, kitchens and living spaces.

      Erika Ward - Erika Ward Interiors added this to Style Mix: Contemporary CottageSep 22, 2011

      Woven accents in the barstools and roman shades maintain the cottage aesthetic while the shiny metal pendant lights insert an industrial element reserved for more contemporary spaces.

      Becky Harris added this to Update That Beachy Style!May 7, 2011

      Here another mostly white kitchen is very picky about its dashes of color and textures. The polished nickel Yoke Pendant Lights give a nod to all things nautical, and the woven counter stools add warmth.

      KitchenLab Interiors added this to Bar Stools: What Style, What Finish, What Size?Apr 5, 2011

      These natural wicker stools add warmth to this space and complement the medium wood tone of the floors.

      Kerrie Kelly Design Lab added this to Vintage Modern: Featuring Heirlooms and Found ItemsDec 26, 2010

      Vintage industrial lighting in a natural kitchen setting adds drama to the hub of the home. Modern finishes of granite, stainless and white woods only complement the antique elements above.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      Traci Hess added this to Wish ListOct 23, 2019

      White kitchen with island counter top matching other countertops

      jspann added this to ISLES-KitchenSep 12, 2019

      White, clean, maritime lighting chairs add a natural element to the look. Very boat like-white, wood and metal(silver)

      Rachel added this to PENDANT LIGHTSAug 9, 2019

      Chapman Yoke metal pendants 11"

      nerherbert added this to Kitchen/Pantry ideasAug 3, 2019

      large island, to ceiling cabinets

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