Example of an ornate u-shaped medium tone wood floor enclosed kitchen design in Portland with a farmhouse sink, green cabinets, recessed-panel cabinets, quartz countertops, beige backsplash, ceramic backsplash and an island

Thurman Street

Victorian Kitchen, Portland

photo: www.shawnstpeter.com
Example of an ornate u-shaped medium tone wood floor enclosed kitchen design in Portland with a farmhouse sink, green cabinets, recessed-panel cabinets, quartz countertops, beige backsplash, ceramic backsplash and an island - Houzz

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WENDY ANDERSON wrote:January 22, 2011
  • Brenda Heard
    7 years ago
    It almost looks like you put molding on flat cupboards or am I not seeing it right?
  • Shelly Colley
    7 years ago
    I am new to Houzz, and this kitchen is stunning! What caught my eye is the gold hardware especially the faucet. In 1998 I completely renovated my kitchen into a classic, traditional one, for my 1920s home. I also used all gold accents, including the faucet. Everything is still like new, even 16 years later. Now, however, the gold seems dated and I want to replace it with brushed stainless, because I think it looks dated with the gold. All my appliances are white and the cabinets are maple, all custom. My husband thinks I am crazy to change all faucet and cabinet hardware, etc. Can someone advise me-- is gold a very dated look? Would it look more up-to-date with silver-color hardware? Many thanks.
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