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Inspiration for a mid-sized eclectic medium tone wood floor enclosed kitchen remodel in New York with a farmhouse sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, quartz countertops, multicolored backsplash, stainless steel appliances and no island

Vintage Cottage Kitchen RemodelEclectic Kitchen, New York

Wing Wong, Memories TTL

Inspiration for a mid-sized eclectic medium tone wood floor enclosed kitchen remodel in New York with a farmhouse sink, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, quartz countertops, multicolored backsplash, stainless steel appliances and no island —  Houzz

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ppbower wrote:Sep 12, 2014
Love! What brand is the range and what material are the countertops?

  • angelatwillbe

    So inspiring! The kitchen layout is very similar to the kitchen of the house we will be moving into. I love the finishing touch from the top of the cupboards to the ceiling. I have a feeling that our ceilings are lower than what I see in your design. If so, would you recommend omitting the finishing crown moulding and just have cupboard to ceiling?

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    Tracey Stephens Interior Design Inc

    Those ceilings are 102" and I have used 2 pieces of trim: a flat board + a crown molding. No matter the ceiling height, I would not recommend cabinets touching the ceiling for the following reasons: it would be difficult to open the doors (they'd scrape the ceiling) and ceilings are typically not 100% level so you need the flexibility of the molding to handle the leveling issue. So install a shorter wall cabinet and leave at least 3" above the cabinet for some kind of trim. It could be one layer of flat stock -- doesn't have to be a cove or crown molding. Your cabinet company should have a few options for you.

musala wrote:Sep 14, 2014
Where can I purchase the light fixture over the sink?

  • mra7983
    I just checked with Rejuvination, and they tell me that they haven't offered the drum shade in stripes yet. Any chance this light fixture was purchased somewhere else? I love the stripes!
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    Tracey Stephens Interior Design Inc
    So sorry. It might be from Schoolhouse electric.
Lisa TC wrote:Oct 7, 2014
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    Tracey Stephens Interior Design Inc
    Thanks! Due to new energy efficient door and window, and recycled denim insulation in the walls, the room is no longer cold and drafty. The doorway to the dining room was widened which allows the large radiator there to send some heat into the kitchen. For supplemental heat when needed, there is an electric toe kick heater in a cabinet to the right of the sink.
cartpots528 wrote:Nov 8, 2014
Love the tiles! Where are they from?

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    Tracey Stephens Interior Design Inc

    Not sure about installing on top of old tile -- can't comment. Here's what I did (cut/paste from the Houzz story on this kitchen) "... the backsplash took about 30 hours to install. First, she covered the countertops with cardboard & laid out all of the pieces to balance the color and pattern. She also added special surprises throughout the mosaic. The image of one of the client’s favorite poets, William Wordsworth, appears on a shard from a broken mug. The little “C” is the client’s initial (it’s the “cold” tab from a faucet). Stephens threw in some pieces of broken china she’d been collecting, as well as tile samples and leftovers from other projects. Knowing Stephens was collecting broken china, a friend contributed her favorite teacup, which had split perfectly in half. It now serves as a pencil holder on the wall."

    I smash the large tiles and plates inside a canvas bag with a hammer. I use tile nippers and a file to shape further and get rid of sharp edges. Smear the adhesive on small sections and work fast to install the bits on the wall. When grouting use sanded and do very small sections at a time, wiping off excess and uncovering ones that get buried, first with dry cloth then wet. You may also need to go back and chip away grout once it's dried.

    It will take you twice as long as you think it will. Toward the end you will regret that you started this but in the end it's SO worth it. Have some good talk radio, music or book on tape while you're working.

    Hope this helps!

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    Julie Assenberg Interior Design

    This helps a lot!! I already thought of laying the pattern out on cardboard first. The rest.... so good to know.... type of grout, time frame, etc. Thanks for responding. I LOVE mosaics. It seems our styles are quite similar. If I ever finish, I'll send you a picture! Julie

Sandy wrote:Dec 31, 2014
Could you please share the information on the counter tops?

kkshaffer wrote:Jan 4, 2015
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    Tracey Stephens Interior Design Inc
    Sorry, no. The ceiling height is 8'-6" and the wall cabinets are 42" high + flat frieze board and crown molding.
Sheri Curry wrote:Feb 1, 2015
Cong Yao wrote:Jul 3, 2015
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    Tracey Stephens Interior Design Inc

    The farmhouse sink is the Whitehaven from Kohler. This one does not require a custom cabinet -- you remove the false drawer front and the sink fits there. The contractor did have to make some modifications to the cabinet.

Linnea Hendrickson wrote:Sep 11, 2015
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    Tracey Stephens Interior Design Inc

    Thank you! The corner wall cabinet has a door with a hinge in the center so there is complete access to both sides (not "blind").

Christine Moussa wrote:Dec 10, 2015
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    Tracey Stephens Interior Design Inc

    I use the Coarse Carrara quite often in kitchens and baths. I find it the most convincing "Carrara" of the engineered stones without obvious repeat of pattern. The kitchen pictured here has off white/cream cabinets and I think it works. Good luck!

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    Tracey Stephens Interior Design Inc

    DuPont Zodiaq makes this one and there are many new ones on the market (more from Zodiaq and also Cambria, Caesarstone, DalTile and others) since this kitchen was installed.

sea1929 wrote:Mar 13, 2016
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    Tracey Stephens Interior Design Inc

    Yes, this is the original floor. It was not refinished but cleaned up.
    The client loved the scuffed up old patina and didn't want new. So I
    guess for her it is wearing well. It depends on the look you're going
    for and on the condition of the fir you have.

  • sea1929

    Thank you for your time!

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