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The New Farmhouse Farmhouse Kitchen, New York

John Gruen
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http://www.hendrickschurchill.com
Example of a farmhouse kitchen design in New York with a farmhouse sink, beaded inset cabinets, yellow cabinets, soapstone countertops, gray backsplash, stone slab backsplash and stainless steel appliances — Houzz

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Deb Unruh wrote:
So bright and sunny !! - Please reveal the counter tops, sink and backsplash.
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Donna Hardey
Are the soapstone countertops hard to maintain? Looking for new countertops for my Craftsman kitchen.
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Rachael Dubin

I love the bar stool. Where is it from?

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llhender wrote:
Why can't I post to pinterest?
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littlemy

Bad decision, Houzz! Now I will have to browse elsewhere...

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drussell

Yes, agree! Limiting decisions are usually bad decisions! What are they afraid of.

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llange1 wrote:
Love the chair where is it from?
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bpedano
Love yellow so I did my kitchen and house in these happy colors.
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Donna Hardey
Love the yellow cabinets. Just painted my Craftsman dirty green cabinets a creamy yellow.
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kawsmartt wrote:
lights - I love these 2 hanging lights. What is their source?
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PW Vintage Lighting
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Amy Sue Weiland
Are the 2 pendants still available? I'm definitely interested. Thanks :)
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deborahcline wrote:
what is the gray countertop material
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jbrady0809

What material is the sink and counter top made of ?

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Dawn Decker

That my wonderful friends is soapstone and it is an amazing product. I live in Virginia where one of 2 quarries are located in the United States. I went there and picked out my counters.....You can leave them like that in their natural state or you can oil them with Walnut oil and then they are black. I love it. It is even a material you can saw and place on your own...it is soft.

No bacteria can live on it either. It is amazing

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mom929 wrote:
What color paint is on the cabinets?
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snowynde
I too love the cabinet colors. Were they custom cabinets painted yellow or old cabinets painted yellow. Very interested in the shade of yellow. Thanks!
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ajuher wrote:
Where is that lovely counter stool from?
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Vanessa Burnett wrote:
Paint? - What color yellow is this?
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glisse wrote:
What is the edge thickness on your counters? - I love your design and color combinations. What is the edge thickness of your stone on the counters. The proportions are lovely in this kitchen. Thanks so much
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Nice Try wrote:
Who makes the chair? Thanks
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eliludoki wrote:
Are the windows old or new? If new, where from?
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herzy wrote:
What is the brand of these cabinets or are the custom-made?
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shalep wrote:
sink - What is the sink and backsplash material?
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rdequattro wrote:
Windows? - Are the frame and mullions of these kitchen windows painted black or are they a black metal? Thanks.
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crowleyleah wrote:
what is the color?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Mary Jo Bowling added this to Houzz Tour: Shaker Simplicity Inspires a Modern Farmhouse
“The kitchen faces north, so the bright yellow was chosen to always provide the suggestion of sunshine,” says Churchill. The color does have some basis in history, too. “The Shaker houses were very neutral in the public spaces, but in some of the bedrooms at Hancock Shaker Village, the colors are wild and surprising,” says Churchill.Hendricks says the color reflects the personality of one of the owners. “She is very vivacious, with a larger-than-life personality — and she loves bright colors,” she says.Real plaster covers the walls for an authentic look; it was lightly polished for a subtle sheen.A full refrigerator and a full freezer flank the sink, and they are not surrounded or fronted by cabinetry. “A modest vintage house would not have concealed the appliances,” says Churchill. “We fantasize about the nostalgia and charm of a farmhouse, but when you buy a Sub-Zero refrigerator and hide it behind cabinetry, it can go the other way. Sometimes it’s best to simplify.”Lights: PW Vintage Lighting; cabinet paint: Babouche, Farrow & Ball; appliances: Frigidaire Professional Series
Laura Gaskill added this to Nature’s Color Wisdom: Lessons on Yellow From the Great Outdoors
Using bright yellow. Bright, clear yellow is like sunlight — strong and uplifting. Kitchens and other spaces you use first thing in the morning are a natural place to try bright yellow, as it will have a cheering effect. In the kitchen shown here, yellow cabinets pop even more thanks to matching yellow trim.
Mitchell Parker added this to 11 Modern Farmhouses That Could Make You Want to Change Your Life
4. Brightness on the Edge of TownHouzz at a GlanceWho lives here: A couple and their two childrenLocation: Sharon, ConnecticutSize: 4,500 square feet (418 square meters); four bedrooms, 2½ bathsThe classic children’s story One Morning in Maine inspired this simple country house, which includes modern sustainability features such as solar panels on a metal roof. Bright yellow adds a sense of sunshine to the north-facing kitchen. Plaster walls yield a more authentic look to the new home. Exterior paint: Yellow Oxide, Benjamin Moore; lights: PW Vintage Lighting; cabinet paint: Babouche, Farrow & Ball; appliances: Frigidaire Professional Series
Laura Gaskill added this to Nature’s Color Wisdom: Lessons on Color From the Great Outdoors
Yellow. From the pale gold of straw and honey to the bright yellow of lemons, daffodils and summer sunshine, this hue can be subtle, bold or anything in between. Yellow brings to mind cheerfulness and optimism, making it the color to use when you want a dash of positivity in your life.Color pairing: Try bright yellow in the kitchen or breakfast nook paired with white, natural wood and black accents.More of nature’s inspiration for using yellow in the homeYellow color palettes for kitchens

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