Thurman StreetVictorian Kitchen, Portland

photo: www.shawnstpeter.com

Example of an ornate galley 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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primozic wrote:December 21, 2012
WENDY ANDERSON wrote:April 9, 2011
mlbraucht wrote:May 18, 2015
  • dumbsheep12

    Thank you for checking. So the door to the patio is to the left of this nook with the main part of the kitchen to the right, correct? The photo of the kitchen is the only one we have found that mirrors the approximate dimensions and door placement to the one in the house we are purchasing. It seems that the nook was added just to provide some seating in the kitchen with (assuming) the main seating for dining is in the dining room.

    Thanks again!

  • HU-652953183

    Can you tell me what size the rug is that is under the island?

theheafs wrote:May 15, 2013
  • theheafs
    thank you!
  • rohlfaucets
    Sink is ROHL Shaws and the faucet is Inca Brass from their Country Kitchen collection!
Nicole Finnen wrote:May 2, 2012
  • Ashley Welch
    Hello! I have a similar shaped kitchen without an island. Where the range/oven is in this picture is where we have a small peninsula with 4 stools. I would love an island however, and was worried that I didn't have QUITE enough space. I see that you gave the dimensions, but could you tell me how much space one would need to walk around the island and still be able to function comfortably? we have approximately 7.5 feet from our range (which is where the sink is in your picture) to the peninsula across the kitchen. do you think, from a professional point of view, that we could squeeze in a small island?
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    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
    We have 36" clearance on each side of the island to the sink and range. We also used a french door oven so as to not have a large door coming down in the path. We really consider 48" a great distance for work zones but find that 36" is a minimum and feels a little tight with you and a helper in the kitchen.
cmorda1 wrote:November 29, 2013
  • mary000
    What make is the sink and how much $?
  • rosahert

    Thanks

tappy58 wrote:January 13, 2013
  • bubblyjock
    @tappy58 - check out Ikea's website - they have a couple that are very similar, and you could simply modify slightly with paint or trim to get a similar effect - won't be as nice, though. :)
  • Dolly Pettie
    My carpenter is making mine from Old Paint Design (Gaby Kitchen Island).The top will
    be marble. Very simple & will be painted the green (or white). Beautiful.
kcb313 wrote:March 1, 2012
  • lgohl
    I am interested in the island. What is the make and what are the dimensions?
  • PRO
    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
    We had this piece of furniture custom made for the space, I do not have access to the specific size.
judij wrote:February 19, 2011
  • Christi Jensen
    I love this kitchen so much! Congrats for creating such an inviting space! I want one of these LaCornue ranges, but will be installing it in a small town in Wyoming. If it needed service, I wonder if it would be impossible to get anyone out to fix it? Any suggestions?
  • PRO
    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
    Thanks so much cmjensen! I'm sure it would take some lead time when working with a top-tier brand like La Cornue, I would ask this question of your supplier where you will purchase the range.
rosahert wrote:January 18, 2016
  • 1crosley

    what color are the cabinets and walls

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    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.

    Check out the tags on our project photos, we've highlighted many items within the project including paint colors.

Shirley Buzzoni wrote:June 6, 2015
  • Shirley Buzzoni

    Thank you I'll see if i can fine the small green tags. Hadn't noticed before. :)

  • Shirley Buzzoni

    Found the tags! Lots of them :) Thanks.*

Rebecca Evans wrote:July 29, 2013
  • bronnyb
    I just love this kitchen - it's like a happy place!
  • Rebecca Evans
    How long can painted cabinets last before repainting is needed?
patscats2 wrote:September 11, 2011
  • susanpcaldwell
    Absolutely beautiful! I would love your opinion. I am using carerra marble, white cabinets with glass doors. I have Aga white range. I really wanted to use aged brass fixtures including pot-filler. However, I also have SubZero glass door and chrome refrigerator. -- will mixing the metals be weird. I love the brass you used but its also on the Lacanche range so it balances out.
    Your work is absolutely beautiful!!
  • PRO
    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
    Thanks so much Susan...your kitchen sounds lovely! With this kitchen we purposely mixed the metals and that is what allows us to have the microwave drawer in stainless and other stainless accents, even though we mixed the brass accents throughout the kitchen. I think you can pull this off with the mix.
leanalu wrote:March 5, 2011
cmcantrell wrote:February 14, 2011
WENDY ANDERSON wrote:January 22, 2011
  • Brenda Heard
    It almost looks like you put molding on flat cupboards or am I not seeing it right?
  • Shelly Colley
    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.
Don Chow wrote:January 24, 2016
kittyclarkmanson wrote:January 4, 2016
lbwgb wrote:September 21, 2015
  • PRO
    THE FRENCH BARN - Lacanche Canada

    Hello,

    This a CornuFe 110 in White & Brass. This model only comes in 10 "pre-selected" combinations so it should be easy to find it online or at your local retailer.

    Cheers,

    Patrick

  • PRO
    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.

    We specified the CornuFé 110, 44" dual-fuel range in ivory white with brass accents & brushed stainless steel trim.

mommysf wrote:June 3, 2014
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bettinavp wrote:February 16, 2014
Stacey Osland wrote:February 10, 2014
rivertaurus wrote:January 4, 2014
Amy Thimons wrote:December 3, 2013
mylowesdream wrote:March 8, 2013
  • PRO
    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
    Van Alen Green HC-120 by Benjamin Moore
  • PRO
    Nikkis Interiors
    I'd love to know the width of this room. It appears to be similar to the space we are currently remodeling. I am using wide plank pine floors and a narrow island (out of necessity). Assuming the cabinets are custom, are they poplar or maple?
happycapi wrote:February 21, 2013
gbeach wrote:March 9, 2011
inkwitch wrote:February 16, 2011
  • PRO
    Kerrie Kelly Design Lab
    Beautiful space. Try Colonial Revival Sea Green, SW2825 from Sherwin Williams' line.
  • PRO
    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
    Benjamin Moore Paint Color HC-120 Van Alen Green is what we used for the paint on the cabinets. SW2825 has more blue to it.
kristenmeek wrote:June 6, 2018
kkarenpdrsn wrote:December 13, 2017
jmarie wrote:December 31, 2016
  • PRO
    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.

    We worked with a local stained glass shop to create these new windows...we borrowed the design from windows in other parts of the home. Prior to the remodel a faux (plastic) stain glass covering was over the upper windows.

Salvage & Bloom, Ltd. wrote:July 15, 2016
sandra wrote:May 13, 2016
  • PRO
    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.

    The kitchen cabinet countertops are Concetto by Caesarstone - semi precious high end stone surface. The Concetto countertops would probably be more expensive than the quartzite stone.

Tara Fitzgerald wrote:September 7, 2015
koteapril wrote:March 4, 2015
  • PRO
    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.

    The cabinets were made by a local custom cabinet shop, many brands of appliances are available with doors to accept cabinet panels...then we used a complimentary door handle.

captivatingmom wrote:January 26, 2015
mfivelsdal wrote:October 25, 2014
dianedapello wrote:March 31, 2014
lhale34 wrote:October 7, 2013
  • PRO
    Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
    This kitchen is laid out to take advantage of the space confined within these walls. I'm not sure what you're needing help with; cabinet layout, range size, placement of frig?
Brenda Heard wrote:September 9, 2013
Carol Sebastian wrote:August 29, 2013
brad_richmond wrote:June 28, 2013
Elizabeth Levy wrote:May 24, 2013
lornadune13 wrote:April 3, 2011

What Houzz contributors are saying:

gwenpurdom
Gwendolyn Purdom added this to Design Pop: Victorian Style Inspiration for ‘Little Women’ FansMay 10, 2018

There are upsides to having a traditional, not-so-open-concept Victorian kitchen like the one shown here, though, De Wolf says. She has seen the design pendulum swing this way in recent years, as some clients recognize that keeping the mess and noise of the cooking space separate from the entertaining space could actually be a better fit for their lifestyle.Houses from this time also were sometimes set up for servants, and Kass and De Wolf say spaces like butler’s pantries can often be used to carve out a larger kitchen or living room if that’s important to you.

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Toronto Interior Design Group added this to What Color Should You Paint Your Trim?May 22, 2015

Choose a bold color if:You want to add a new hue without going all-in on the wallsYou want a quirky, eclectic or unique lookYou have colorful cabinets in a kitchen and want to tie the room togetherBrowse thousands of unique wallpaper designs

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Mitchell Parker added this to Photos of 2013: The Most Popular Eclectic SpacesDecember 11, 2013

6. The La Cornue CornuFé stove sets the stage in this Portland, Oregon, kitchen. Pale green cabinets against white walls and a surprising rug make it truly one of a kind. Wall paint: Acadia White, Benjamin Moore; cabinet paint: Van Alen Green, Benjamin Moore; rug: Kush Handmade Rugs; sink: Shaws RC3018, Rohl; island: custom by Garrison Hullinger Interior Design

bud_dietrich
Bud Dietrich, AIA added this to Kitchen Remodel Costs: 3 Budgets, 3 KitchensApril 15, 2012

The Deluxe Kitchen RemodelIf custom cabinetry, built-in refrigeration and a La Cornue range are all must-haves, you’re talking high style and the price tag that goes with it. This kitchen is for real cooks. It would be a shame to be surrounded by all this gorgeous stuff and not use it.A $100,000-plus kitchen remodel might include: 1. A total rework of the space. Just as with the mid- to upper-range kitchen, don’t be surprised if everything, including the kitchen sink, gets moved, which means new plumbing, electrical, air ducts and so on. Often, you are gutting the space and starting from scratch.2. Architectural consistency. A tall ceiling with beadboard finish, crown moldings, leaded glass windows, authentic baseboard and casing, plus other architectural details ensure that the kitchen space will visually connect with and feel like a part of the rest of the house after the remodeling is done.3. Rich materials and accessories. Wood floors, stone counters, a chandelier and an Oriental rug will all contribute to the high-end style and elegance you’re after.4. Custom cabinetry throughout. Well-made, well-crafted and beautifully finished cabinetry in custom sizes will make your kitchen uniquely yours.

shoshana
Love Your Room LLC added this to Divine Lighting: The White ChandelierJanuary 12, 2012

Want to add a high-end feel to a small kitchen? Instead of hanging a pair of pendants over a kitchen island, choose a chandelier in white to keep it bright and airy.

becky
Becky Harris added this to Kitchen Solution: The Open IslandJune 8, 2011

If you think that your kitchen may be too narrow for an island, consider a long narrow table like this one.

becky
Becky Harris added this to Textile Traditions: Using Suzanis in Your DecorMay 4, 2011

A suzani-inspired rug can ground a kitchen or dining room and hide spills.

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Scheer & Co. Interior Design added this to The Well-Concealed KitchenApril 1, 2011

A suzani rug, white chandelier and amazing vintage range oven add to the charm and warmth of this kitchen.

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KitchenLab Interiors added this to 15 Quick Kitchen FixesFebruary 13, 2011

1. Throw down a colorful area rug. Don't think practical and boring just because it's a kitchen.

paul_anater
Paul Anater added this to Add Some Glamour to Your Life With a Chandelier in The KitchenNovember 5, 2010

The lack of heavy ornamentation in this beautifully traditional kitchen leaves ample room for the glorious fuss of the Venetian chandelier.

becky
Becky Harris added this to Fashion Trends Hit Home: Tribal PatternsOctober 28, 2010

This is rug is Suzani-inspired.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

lmellington
lmellington added this to Kitchen2 days ago

Cabinet paint color - Benjamin Moore Van Alen HC 120 Narrow island-type table

ecopenhaver
Eric added this to 433 kitchenJanuary 13, 2020

paint color on these cabinets might work for our walls

nccowgirl
nccowgirl added this to nccowgirls IdeasJanuary 5, 2020

Like the shade of green on lower cabinets

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