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Sudbury KitchenTraditional Kitchen, Boston

Collaboration with Homeworks, www.homeworksinteriordesign.com

Inspiration for a timeless kitchen remodel in Boston with beaded inset cabinets, stainless steel appliances, a farmhouse sink and white cabinets —  Houzz
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jennjackson wrote:Feb 13, 2013
  • jennjackson
    If installing individual glass panels is more labor intensive, does that usually increase the price? And would the price of the glass increase too? I know all situations are different, but I'm just asking in general. Thanks!
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    Venegas and Company
    Yes, individual light mullions will be more expensive, both the glass and how the door is constructed.
Aiva Katty wrote:Feb 24, 2012
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    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry! We designed this cabinet to have a shallow opening for this exact tv model with a false back panel. The tv is then mounted on a bracket attached to the false back. Hope this helps!
  • ljsd
    If a cable box is used, where is it housed and how do you ventilate? Thank you. We're trying to eliminate the open shelf look for the cable box & hide it in a cabinet with a wall mounted TV.
eksieb wrote:Feb 23, 2012
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    Venegas and Company
    This is the Wolf microwave drawer, model MWD30.
  • eichhorn
    Sharp makes a drawer microwave for less than half the price.
aswallace wrote:Jan 15, 2012
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    Venegas and Company
    Rebekah and Media Decor are both correct! We suggest reading the specifications for both the TV and oven! As long as the cabinet is built for the ovens and you allow enough room around the TV, you should be all set! This kitchen has been installed for quite some time and we have not had any issues!
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    PoshHaus
    I agree with Media Decor that it can be done, but you will not get ANY TV manufacture to give it a golden seal of approval.
docdoc2020 wrote:Jun 16, 2015
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    Warmquest

    We have been installing electric radiant heat systems under wood floors for 20 years now without problems. As long as the flooring is acclimated and installed properly along with the heating element, heated wood floors work great!

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Elham Jaradat wrote:Feb 8, 2014
  • Elham Jaradat
    Thanks for answering my question
  • Stephanie

    What brand of cabinetry are these? thanks

ladyfixit wrote:Oct 17, 2013
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    Venegas and Company
    There are many factors that play a role in your overall decision; do you like the layout? Are the cabinets in good condition? Is the structure of the box/cabinet still strong? How long do you plan on staying in the condo? Do you see replacing the kitchen as helping with resale? If the structure of the cabinet is still good and you like the door style, it may be worth it to paint them. Maybe redo the counter, backsplash and decorative hardware. But if the cabinets are not in good condition you may want to replace them. Good luck!
  • Dana Veach
    Venegas and Company...I have been perusing your responses to questions regarding your lovely kitchen design above...I just wanted to comment on your courtesy and thourougness in taking time to provide such detailed answers. It is most helpful and speaks well of your company integrity. Thank you so much!
vhound wrote:Nov 23, 2012
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    Venegas and Company
    Dave is correct, the overall width is 51" from face of cabinet to face of cabinet!
  • bellinghambythebay

    Is 51" typical. My current kitchen has 48" clearance. Is there 51" between oven wall and island as well? thank you

ericsodt wrote:Feb 19, 2012
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    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry! I'm sorry, but I do not have further information regarding this table; it was sourced by the interior designer.
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    Venegas and Company
    The floors are Brazilian cherry in seal and varnish.
cbdrakakis wrote:Aug 17, 2016
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    Harmony Landscapes Inc.

    If it has multi temperature settings it could be for red and white.


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    Venegas and Company

    Thank you Harmony - yes, the Subzero wine towers have dual settings!

beastbl wrote:Mar 9, 2016
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    Venegas and Company

    The ceiling height in this kitchen is 103".

  • beastbl
    you're awesome thanks a lot
Lori Orr wrote:Jan 2, 2015
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    Venegas and Company
    The wine refrigerator is from Subzero! They have several models to choose from - we suggest looking on their website and working with a local appliance showroom to get accurate pricing!
  • Penelope Smith

    That wine cabinet looks amazing in this kitchen. I really like how the glass is really clear. Do you know if it is glass or if it is made out of something else? I think that my parents would love to have something like this in their home. http://www.productiveplastics.com.au

tracypa1214 wrote:Dec 31, 2014
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    Venegas and Company
    All of our designs are custom tailored for each space. This was designed by us here at Venegas and Company and built by one of our cabinet makers, Premier Custom Built. We recommend calling our showroom to set-up an appointment or reach out to your local kitchen design studio! There are so many variables that effect cost!
  • Catalin Ticmenov

    Miele electric oven. Wow. Best of the best. You certainly did your homework. They will last you decades. expensive but is the best value for money in the world.

Korey Keith wrote:Dec 25, 2014
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    Nabila Arshad
    Cost for the whole thing or just appliances?
    The wine fridge can range anywhere from $2000 to $9000 depending on the brand. If you choose Miele you will pay the higher price, if you choose Haire or such you will pay the lowest price.
    Same thing with the wall oven, a double oven like that by Miele is approximately $12,000 whereas the same double oven by Kitchen Aid will be roughly $5000.
    The warming drawer if you buy a high end model will be roughly $3500 whereas a basic model warming drawer - which can do all the same things - will cost approximately $1000.
    The cabinets for the whole kitchen installed itself will cost you less than all the appliances put together in this picture.
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    All of our designs are custom tailored for each space. This was designed by us here at Venegas and Company and built by one of our cabinet makers, Premier Custom Built. We recommend calling our showroom to set-up an appointment or reach out to your local kitchen design studio! There are so many variables that effect cost!
Korey Keith wrote:Dec 25, 2014
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    Venegas and Company
    All of our designs are custom tailored for each space. This was designed by us here at Venegas and Company and built by one of our cabinet makers, Premier Custom Built. We recommend calling our showroom to set-up an appointment or reach out to your local kitchen design studio! There are so many variables that effect cost!
  • djsteimle

    Donna, what wood is used on the island and is the white wood the same?

chasity29 wrote:Dec 16, 2014
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    Venegas and Company
    All of our designs are custom tailored for each space. This was designed by us here at Venegas and Company and built by one of our cabinet makers, Premier Custom Built
  • Jonathan

    very nice work!

Susan Johnston wrote:Nov 20, 2014
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    Venegas and Company
    Hi Susan, can you elaborate on that question? Not sure what you are asking us....
  • Susan Johnston
    granite countertops how much redoing kitchen in my house
renniemuzii wrote:Aug 28, 2013
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    Venegas and Company
    This wine refrigerator is from Subzero. We suggest visiting the Subzero website for the latest model! Good luck with your project.
  • rachelgarden
    Be careful with wine walls even subzero, the cooling element goes out in 10-12 years & finding cooling elements are difficult
dmmkiefer wrote:Jul 25, 2013
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    Venegas and Company
    This TV model has a 26" screen. Hope this helps!
  • paigeok
    Is there any risk of the tv gettting too hot because of the ovens?
manalalqawasmi wrote:May 16, 2013
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    Venegas and Company
    You create different Ideabooks to categorize images you like and you can go back them at any time. Along the top of your screen there should be a couple options and IDEABOOKS is one of them. I hope this helps.
  • bellinghambythebay

    so thoughtful of you to take the time to explain that to manalaqawasmi

Meanwhile, back at the Rake-A-Lot Ranch wrote:Dec 8, 2012
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    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry. The flooring was sourced by the builder and we unfortunately do not have any further information. We suggest visiting your local flooring showroom and they can certainly help! The wood is Brazilian cherry, seal and varnish. Good luck!
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    Oak & Broad
    Its looks very beautiful! They look like 5" wide planks in standard lengths. joel@eutree.com
jmaul007 wrote:Feb 9, 2012
pslovell wrote:Jan 30, 2012
  • Jonathan Graham
    It certainly looks built in. There appears to be a narrow frame finishing off the outer tv bezel.
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry! We designed this cabinet to have a shallow opening for this exact tv model with a false back panel. The tv is then mounted on a bracket attached to the false back. Hope this helps!
kimberlylee wrote:Jan 17, 2012
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    Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
    Such a wonderful kitchen - look at that amazing ceiling!

    This looks like a Sub-Zero WS30.
    According to their website, "Our largest wine storage unit, the Sub-Zero WS-30 can house up to 147 bottles — 50 in the upper zone, 97 in the lower. You can set temperatures from 39°F to 65°F in each zone."
    http://www.subzero-wolf.com/wine-cooler/wine-chiller

    This is a great solution for if you have plenty of room in your kitchen area and do lots of entertaining. In addition to the kitchen, other places our clients store their wines are in a pantry area, the dining room, the basement, the garage, or even in a bedroom closet (a vent was added on an outside wall). Keep in mind that you can get some noise and heat from these units when deciding where to put them.

    :) Rhoda http://www.billfryconstruction.com/
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    Venegas and Company
    Rhoda is correct, this is a Subzero, but this particular unit is the 430. The WD-30 is new and replaced the 430!
karrog wrote:Oct 29, 2011
krisgordon wrote:Jun 26, 2011
tlt2phillips wrote:Feb 9, 2011
Alisa wrote:Jan 20, 2011
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    Venegas and Company
    They are brazilian cherry seal and varnish.
  • kgracewolfe
    What does that mean? The seal and varnish is brazilian cherry on some other flooring or that the floor is brazilian cherry flooring with a seal and varnish?
Stephanie wrote:May 16, 2018
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    Venegas and Company

    Thank you very much! They were designed by us here at Venegas and Company and made by our cabinet maker, Premier Custom Built. These are framed cabinetry with a beaded inset. The perimeter is a traditional antique white paint with a brown glaze and the island is a stained mahogany. Hope that answers your question!

Nanette Collier wrote:Dec 20, 2017
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    Venegas and Company

    The cabinetry is an antique white with a brown glaze.

agmay wrote:Nov 11, 2017
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    Venegas and Company

    Yes there is - it's goes into a large hallway before the dining room!

mariaer wrote:Apr 11, 2017
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    Venegas and Company

    You can certainly put refrigerators and ovens next to one another, just be sure to read the manufacturers specs for installation. You'll most likely have to put a panel between the two - or the oven cabinet will act at the "panel". Good luck with your project!

mariaer wrote:Apr 11, 2017
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    Venegas and Company

    This is a hard question to answer without having a floor plan to review - but look at the space and which appliance will you use more? Most likely the refrigerator - this should be in the best spot for accessibility and how you use your kitchen.

duffmelinda wrote:Sep 26, 2016
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    Venegas and Company

    From the face of the oven cabinet to the island is 42-1/2".

duffmelinda wrote:Sep 26, 2016
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    Venegas and Company

    Thank you very much! And the distance is about 42-1/2".

Denise Bolen wrote:May 16, 2016
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    Venegas and Company

    Hello - unfortunately the ceiling was not in our scope of work and not sure what the decisions were made onsite for the ceiling solution. Sorry we could not be more helpful.

dorisguo wrote:May 2, 2016
ashleydwagner wrote:Feb 5, 2016
cathymgao wrote:Jan 26, 2016
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    Venegas and Company

    Yes, they certainly are - our clients love them! We generally use Subzero, Thermador and Miele refrigerator/freezers. We suggest visiting your local appliance showroom to have a look at all the options and see what works best for you! We send all of our clients to Yale Appliance & Lighting.

billcesaroo wrote:Jan 25, 2016
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    Venegas and Company

    All of our prices are per space and we are happy to put a price together with your requirements. Feel free to call the showroom to set-up an appointment. 617.439.8800

jstoffel56 wrote:Jan 21, 2016
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    Venegas and Company

    All of our prices are per space and we are happy to put a price together with your requirements. Feel free to call the showroom to set-up an appointment. 617.439.8800

Julie Cabanas Miller wrote:Jan 20, 2016
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    Venegas and Company

    We suggest getting a quote from your local appliance showroom! We send our clients to Yale Appliance and Lighting! This particular model is now outdated. You can also look on Subzero's website for the latest models!

l305s wrote:Jan 14, 2016
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    Venegas and Company

    All of our prices are per space and we are happy to put a price together with your requirements. Feel free to call the showroom to set-up an appointment. 617.439.8800

Lois Foster wrote:Dec 22, 2015
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    Venegas and Company

    All of our prices are per space and we are happy to put a price together with your requirements. Feel free to call the showroom to set-up an appointment. 617.439.8800

Ken Smith wrote:Nov 20, 2015
karenmarino68 wrote:Nov 16, 2015
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    Venegas and Company

    All of our prices are per space and we are happy to put a price together with your requirements. Feel free to call the showroom to set-up an appointment. 617.439.8800

rhondat wrote:Oct 18, 2015
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    Venegas and Company

    We suggest getting a quote from your local appliance showroom! We send our clients to Yale Appliance and Lighting!

Lachlan MacLachlan wrote:Aug 30, 2015
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    Venegas and Company

    All of our prices are per space and we are happy to put a price together with your requirements. Feel free to call the showroom to set-up an appointment. 617.439.8800

WALL2WALLDESIGN INC. wrote:Jun 16, 2015
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    Venegas and Company

    No trim kit here. This cabinet was sized for this specific Wolf microwave drawer. In your case maybe you can add some wood fillers to match your cabinetry?

Sandeep Sandeep wrote:Jun 9, 2015
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    Venegas and Company

    All of our designs are custom tailored for each space. This was designed by us here at Venegas and Company and built by one of our cabinet makers, Premier Custom Built. We recommend calling our showroom to set-up an appointment or reach out to your local kitchen design studio! There are so many variables that effect cost!

    And the overall run of cabinetry is 98" wide x 103" high.

Jane Paraschos wrote:Jun 1, 2015
Freddie Tamez wrote:Jun 1, 2015
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    Venegas and Company

    All of our designs are custom tailored for each space. This was designed by us here at Venegas and Company and built by one of our cabinet makers, Premier Custom Built. We recommend calling our showroom to set-up an appointment or reach out to your local kitchen design studio! There are so many variables that effect cost!

gershwyn wrote:May 31, 2015
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    Venegas and Company

    All of our designs are custom tailored for each space. This was designed by us here at Venegas and Company and built by one of our cabinet makers, Premier Custom Built. We recommend calling our showroom to set-up an appointment or reach out to your local kitchen design studio! There are so many variables that effect cost!

Cleopatra Cleopatra wrote:May 7, 2015
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    Venegas and Company

    All of our designs are custom tailored for each space. This was designed by us here at Venegas and Company and built by one of our cabinet makers, Premier Custom Built. We recommend calling our showroom to set-up an appointment or reach out to your local kitchen design studio! There are so many variables that effect cost!

Teresa Lykes-Geder wrote:Apr 18, 2015
Teresa Lykes-Geder wrote:Apr 18, 2015
Connie Cook wrote:Apr 14, 2015
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    Venegas and Company

    This microwave drawer is 29-7/8"W x 15-1/4"H x 23-3/8"D.


Connie Cook wrote:Apr 14, 2015
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    Venegas and Company

    This microwave drawer is 29-7/8"W x 15-1/4"H x 23-3/8"D.

christa_valentz wrote:Apr 12, 2015
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    Venegas and Company

    All of our designs are custom tailored for each space. This was designed by us here at Venegas and Company and built by one of our cabinet makers, Premier Custom Built. We recommend calling our showroom to set-up an appointment or reach out to your local kitchen design studio! There are so many variables that effect cost!

tammypot wrote:Mar 15, 2015
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    Venegas and Company

    The wine refrigerator is from Subzero! They have several models to choose from - we suggest looking on their website and working with a local appliance showroom to get accurate pricing! And the model you select will have the maximum bottle capacity listed.

    http://www.subzero-wolf.com/sub-zero

tammypot wrote:Mar 15, 2015
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    Venegas and Company

    The wine refrigerator is from Subzero! They have several models to choose from - we suggest looking on their website and working with a local appliance showroom to get accurate pricing! And the model you select will have the maximum bottle capacity listed.

    http://www.subzero-wolf.com/sub-zero

tammypot wrote:Mar 15, 2015
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    Venegas and Company

    The wine refrigerator is from Subzero! They have several models to choose from - we suggest looking on their website and working with a local appliance showroom to get accurate pricing! And the model you select will have the maximum bottle capacity listed.

    http://www.subzero-wolf.com/sub-zero

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Wendi Lask wrote:Feb 23, 2015
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    Venegas and Company

    Thank you for your inquiry! And no, there is nothing additional in front of the TV. The cabinet is constructed with solid 3/4" plywood and built per the oven manufacturers specifications, thus, no additional protection is needed.

Wendi Lask wrote:Feb 23, 2015
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    Venegas and Company

    Thank you for your inquiry! And no, there is nothing additional in front of the TV. The cabinet is constructed with solid 3/4" plywood and built per the oven manufacturers specifications, thus, no additional protection is needed.

Wendi Lask wrote:Feb 23, 2015
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    Venegas and Company

    Thank you for your inquiry! And no, there is nothing additional in front of the TV. The cabinet is constructed with solid 3/4" plywood and built per the oven manufacturers specifications, thus, no additional protection is needed.

Wendi Lask wrote:Feb 23, 2015
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    Venegas and Company

    Thank you for your inquiry! And no, there is nothing additional in front of the TV. The cabinet is constructed with solid 3/4" plywood and built per the oven manufacturers specifications, thus, no additional protection is needed.

Wendi Lask wrote:Feb 23, 2015
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    Venegas and Company

    Thank you for your inquiry! And no, there is nothing additional in front of the TV. The cabinet is constructed with solid 3/4" plywood and built per the oven manufacturers specifications, thus, no additional protection is needed.

Sheron Bailey wrote:Feb 22, 2015
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    Venegas and Company

    This is a brazilian cherry floor. We suggest visiting your local flooring showroom and they can help you select the perfect hickory for your home!

Sheron Bailey wrote:Feb 22, 2015
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company

    This is a brazilian cherry floor. We suggest visiting your local flooring showroom and they can help you select the perfect hickory for your home!

Sheron Bailey wrote:Feb 22, 2015
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company

    This is a brazilian cherry floor. We suggest visiting your local flooring showroom and they can help you select the perfect hickory for your home!

chefandi wrote:Feb 18, 2015
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    Venegas and Company

    The tag notes the product, not pricing. if you're looking for current pricing, we suggest getting a quote from your local appliance showroom!

nancy2182 wrote:Feb 15, 2015
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    Venegas and Company

    Thank you for your inquiry! The color is proprietary to our cabinet maker, so unfortunately I do not have exact finish information, but I can tell you the brown glaze is applied by hand at the factory on an antique white paint.

Terry Nelms wrote:Feb 5, 2015
Deborah Cole wrote:Jan 11, 2015
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    Venegas and Company
    The microwave drawer is in the center base cabinet!
Lori Orr wrote:Jan 2, 2015
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    The wine refrigerator is from Subzero! They have several models to choose from - we suggest looking on their website and working with a local appliance showroom to get accurate pricing!
tracypa1214 wrote:Dec 31, 2014
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    All of our designs are custom tailored for each space. This was designed by us here at Venegas and Company and built by one of our cabinet makers, Premier Custom Built. We recommend calling our showroom to set-up an appointment or reach out to your local kitchen design studio! There are so many variables that effect cost!
Korey Keith wrote:Dec 25, 2014
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    Venegas and Company
    All of our designs are custom tailored for each space. This was designed by us here at Venegas and Company and built by one of our cabinet makers, Premier Custom Built. We recommend calling our showroom to set-up an appointment or reach out to your local kitchen design studio! There are so many variables that effect cost!
chasity29 wrote:Dec 16, 2014
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    Venegas and Company
    All of our designs are custom tailored for each space. This was designed by us here at Venegas and Company and built by one of our cabinet makers, Premier Custom Built
chasity29 wrote:Dec 16, 2014
  • PRO
    Venegas and Company
    All of our designs are custom tailored for each space. This was designed by us here at Venegas and Company and built by one of our cabinet makers, Premier Custom Built
Nicki Phung wrote:Dec 14, 2014
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    Venegas and Company
    This wine refrigerator is from Subzero. We suggest visiting the Subzero website for the latest models and then get pricing from your local appliance showroom!
cap1277 wrote:Sep 15, 2014
ana13banana wrote:Sep 7, 2014
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    Venegas and Company
    We suggest getting a quote from your local appliance showroom - they will be able to give you an accurate price for the exact model you select.
kimera08 wrote:Mar 29, 2014
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    Venegas and Company
    You may contact the Interior Designer Nancy Serafini (also on Houzz) she sourced the furniture.
dezndevo wrote:Mar 25, 2014
kimbaby57 wrote:Jan 30, 2014
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    Venegas and Company
    The microwave is in the center section (base cabinet) and right below the counter, not high at all - 34-1/2" off the floor. (Maybe you mistook the tv above the double ovens as the microwave??)
nortonlopz wrote:Dec 1, 2013
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    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry! Steel hand rails are not usually within our scope of work! We suggest working with your local metal fabricator or get a referral from your builder! I'm sure they have a local source for your project. Good luck!
B Brand wrote:Nov 20, 2013
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    Venegas and Company
    The upper cabinet section is 13-9/16" high and the mullions are 5/8" thick.
felix1946 wrote:Jun 22, 2013
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    Venegas and Company
    The cabinets were designed by us here at Venegas and Company and built by one of our cabinet makers, Premier Custom Built.
sbeabes wrote:Feb 19, 2013
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    Venegas and Company
    Thank you for your inquiry! The crown and baseboard directly attached to the cabinetry matches in finish. All other trim was painted to match the finish in the rest of the home.
jtchapmon wrote:Nov 25, 2012
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    Venegas and Company
    These are hand painted and glazed tiles. We sourced them from Discover Tile in the Boston Design Center. I encourage you to contact them for more details!
chenjing wrote:Nov 22, 2012
candysammy wrote:Sep 13, 2012
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    Venegas and Company
    Thank you very much! If you look under our projects for "Sudbury Shingle Style" you will see all of the images from this project.
travelbug08 wrote:Jun 3, 2012
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    Venegas and Company
    We used the RC36-18 by Rohl. You may goto www.rohlhome.com
jeb0117 wrote:Sep 4, 2011

What Houzz contributors are saying:

baanthony
Bryan Anthony added this to How to Hide Your TV in Plain SightFeb 27, 2017

7. Just another appliance. The appliance wall in this Boston kitchen features a built-in wine refrigerator, microwave, double oven and, that’s right, a mounted flat-screen TV.

anvl369
Sheridan Interiors, Kitchens and Baths added this to Small Luxuries: Wine Refrigerators Offer Handy StorageOct 14, 2013

SizeThe amount of wine you'll need to chill and have ready for entertaining will determine the capacity of the wine cooler you should get. Not sure how much space you'll need? Multiply the amount of wine you drink in a week by 52 to get a year's worth, and add a few extra bottles for entertaining purposes.

becky
Becky Harris added this to Houzzers Say: Top Dream Kitchen Must-HavesFeb 17, 2012

All kinds of appliancesDouble ovens, warming drawers, convection ovens and wine refrigerators are on Houzzers’ wish lists. Creating a wall for these hardworking units is a contemporary and convenient way to arrange the kitchen. Read more about today’s state-of-the-art kitchens

rebekahzaveloff
KitchenLab | Rebekah Zaveloff Interiors added this to 10 Elements of Today's State-of-the-Art KitchensOct 19, 2011

I'm a big fan the tall wall. Get all of these appliances in one spot to it make the other parts of the kitchen feel more open and airy. Here you have a double oven, microwave drawer, TV and wine refrigerator all tucked nicely into to one station.

rebekahzaveloff
KitchenLab | Rebekah Zaveloff Interiors added this to Kitchen Solution: The Main Sink in the IslandJun 21, 2011

See how the farm sink is pulled forward a bit on the cabinet? Those extra few inches get transferred to the back side of the island where there's seating.

rebekahzaveloff
KitchenLab | Rebekah Zaveloff Interiors added this to Glued to the Tube: 14 Ways to Put a TV in the KitchenApr 18, 2011

1. Treat the TV as an appliance. When the TV is treated as one appliance among many on a wall, it almost becomes invisible. I love the idea of an appliance wall anyway. It just makes sense as compared to having them spread out all over the kitchen. None of these particular appliances are main tasking ones, so it's fine for them to be outside the main work triangle.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

effie_lopez
Effie Lopez added this to Kitchen4 days ago

I like the tv and I like the appliance set up

michaela_amobi
michaela amobi added this to michaela's ideas5 days ago

what do you think about having oyur cabinets all the way to the top

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