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Open concept kitchen - large traditional l-shaped ceramic floor and beige floor open concept kitchen idea in San Diego with two islands, a farmhouse sink, raised-panel cabinets, white cabinets, marble countertops, beige backsplash, stone tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances

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Open concept kitchen - large traditional l-shaped ceramic floor and beige floor open concept kitchen idea in San Diego with two islands, a farmhouse sink, raised-panel cabinets, white cabinets, marble countertops, beige backsplash, stone tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances —  Houzz

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lindamontoni wrote:Jul 24, 2011
  • lbanach
    What is the stain color for these floors?
roseglow3 wrote:Jan 22, 2012
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    Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
    Sorry it's taken so long to answer your question about the countertops. Neither surface in this kitchen is granite; the island is Jerusalem Limestone as Donna pointed out, and the cooking area that you are looking at in this photo is Emporador Dark Marble, Polished, with a 2.25" double ogee edge detail. They both look beautiful, it's true, but as I've mentioned in other replies on this subject, please talk to your stone fabricators about the challenges of marble countertops before deciding on surfaces such as these.
shelly13 wrote:Jan 24, 2012
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    Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
    Hi Shelly, sorry for the delay in answering your questions. Both islands are about 48 x 96, with the work island (on the left) set up as a true rectangle with full cabinets throughout. The serving island (on the right) is also a baking island (where the homeowner can make cookies with her grandchildren), and it has a wedge-shaped counter pulled out over the far right side for seating. The working cabinets on the kitchen side include a mixer lift, pull-out storage for baking pans, and a concealed GFI outlet.
csbrooks wrote:Jul 4, 2012
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    Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
    This large kitchen is located literally at the center of a sprawling California home--and in this 25' x 25' area alone, there are 6 separate doors or openings leading out of the space. In this photo you can see 2 of them: the arched opening to the garage hallway is visible at the back left corner. Just to the left of that arch is an entrance to the walk-in pantry. Continuing on, at the left of the range area (but not visible in the photo) is the main entrance to the kitchen, then an arched opening into a butler's pantry, an arched opening to an eating nook, and an arched opening to the family room (off to the right in the above photo). With all these openings, we had limited wall room, and we decided to bring the main activity of the kitchen out in the center of the room and onto the 2 islands. Both are about 8' long by 4' wide, with the first, rectangular island designated as the "work" island, and the second arched & decorated island designated as the "entertaining" island.
  • Tara Trythall
    What is the distance between the two islands?
Julia Kowalski wrote:Jul 6, 2012
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    Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
    Sorry it's taken so long to answer your question about the countertops. Neither surface in this kitchen is granite; the islands are Jerusalem Limestone, and the perimeter counters are Emporador Dark Marble, Polished, with a 2.25" double ogee edge detail. They both look beautiful, it's true, but as I've mentioned in other replies on this subject, please talk to your stone fabricators about the challenges of marble countertops before deciding on surfaces such as these.
nedwards6233 wrote:Sep 14, 2012
What are the door styles of the kitchen cabinets, also what is the colour of those cabinets, Thanks

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    Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
    HI Nedwards.

    These beautiful, high-quality kitchen cabinets were built by a cabinet company in Pennsylvania called "Christiana Cabinetry" per my specifications and were shipped to Southern California for the install. The door styles and finish colors are proprietary to Christiana, so if you wanted to match them exactly, your best bet would be to contact the company directly and get the name of your local distributor. If you are not in the United States (which I infer from your spelling of the word "colour"), then print out a copy of the above photo to show your cabinet & finish guys, and tell them the following:
    1. Perimeter: Framed, beaded inset construction, raised panel door with heavy applied molding (see "Villa" door on company website), maple paintgrade specie, finish to be ivory white paint (or pigmented varnish) with brown glaze, mostly removed, neat hang-up in the grooves of the moldings.
    2 . Island: Frameless, full-overlay cabinets (1/16th reveals), classic slant-raise door style, Alder specie, walnut brown stain with black glaze, weathered & worn edges.

    Good luck with your project.
Renee Freeman_Wright wrote:Oct 8, 2012
where did the lighting above the islands come from?

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    Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
    HI Renee,
    These particular lights are no longer available, but we think you'll find a similar look if you look at island pendants (sometimes called "bar" fixtures) by Minka Lavery.
    See the attached image--and check out www.lightinguniverse.com/island-lighting
sarah123 wrote:Nov 3, 2012
Where did you find the beautiful copper apron sink?

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    Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
    Hi Sarah123,
    The main kitchen sink is from Masterpiece Sinks. They have quite a few choices in apron designs, and they also have a choice of finishes, from Nickel Silver to Penny Copper to Bright Copper. I also like the fact that their finishes are not the live patinas that other companies do, but instead are 10-year guaranteed finishes.
udesign1 wrote:Dec 14, 2012
Can you please let me know the name of faucet..thanks

  • andrew1518
    What kind of wood is the island and what kind of stain did you use :) ty
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    Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
    Hi Heather - I have this bizarre hobby of name that faucet, sink etc... a little puzzle to do while I'm on hold on the phone or just need a break from quickbooks. And then of course I get to see some great projects like yours that I otherwise might not see. BTW, we just did a project that had al US-made lighting fixtures. :) Rhoda
ZZ Rhody wrote:Feb 8, 2013
Can you tell me more about the shape of the island with seating? Cleaver use of islands!

- Is it shaped like an 'L' with a curved line from one end to the other for seating? It's difficult to tell in this photo.

    Dina Heidger wrote:Feb 9, 2013
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      Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer
      I'm sorry, I'm not going to be much help with flooring information. It's been a while since we completed this job, and the job binders are in storage. I remember that it wasn't an engineered floor, however; we had the (unfinished) wood boards installed, and then we had it sanded and stained in place.
    caitiez wrote:Feb 20, 2013
    k2how wrote:Apr 6, 2013
      Zelaya Properties LLC wrote:Jun 5, 2014
      I would like to know more about the window.

      - What is the size. What brand?

        Alicia Smith wrote:Nov 12, 2014
          bobjoycemoody wrote:May 12, 2015
          • hollywboyer
            I'd like to know the type of would floor and stain used please.
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            Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer

            Hi Hollywboyer: I'm sorry, we no longer have info on the floor available. Perhaps one of the wood flooring companies would like to weight in?

          mchown wrote:Jul 23, 2015
          Koray illeez wrote:Jun 14, 2016
          Can I use your image in my blog page?Thanks

            Koray illeez wrote:Jun 15, 2016
            Can I use your image in my blog page?Thanks

            dawn waye wrote:Jan 13, 2018
            how do i purchase a wood island

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              Design Moe Kitchen & Bath / Heather Moe designer

              Hi Dawn,

              Sorry it took me so long to get back to you on your question--for some reason I am just seeing it now! Anyway, most of the kitchens that I do are done with professional custom cabinet makers. That way my clients can have cabinets that fit their homes exactly right, from the material and the color to the functional accessories on the inside.

              If you search online for Custom Cabinets in your city/county, you should come up with lots of good options. Most of them will do the design for you. If you're not happy with what they come up with, hire a kitchen designer to work with you and the cabinet company.

              All the best to you for your project-


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