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Vintage KitchenTraditional Kitchen, Charlotte

Vintage Kitchen, white marble countertops

Inspiration for a timeless kitchen remodel in Charlotte with stainless steel appliances, recessed-panel cabinets and white cabinets —  Houzz
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myreynolds wrote:Mar 4, 2012
  • zweet
    This looks relatively easy to sew, all straight seams! The difficulty is in handling the large pieces of fabric. If you're up for it, I'm sure there's a helpful soul at a decorator fabric retailer that could give some great advice. Not a project for a beginner, unless you make a practice one out of very inexpensive fabric first. It appears to be a long rectangle with the ends folded and "ribbons" added afterward.
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    G. Elite Decor
    You would have to actually put a seam in between the "stripes" and those panels would be cut about 2" wider on the bottom than on the top, or you won't get the slight 'swag' on the bottom. Hope that helps :-)
kessa619 wrote:Feb 13, 2012
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    Katie Emmons Design
    I designed the valance and a fabric workroom made it
  • monicacnolan12
    What kind of wood was used to make the armoire?
hamptonhome wrote:Feb 12, 2012
  • lizzyla
    How would you clean a valance like this?
  • Annette Goodman
    Love this kitchen!

    What is the length of this valance?
    Also, is that subway tile on the backsplash? If so, what size did you use and where did you get it?
    I'm also in Charlotte :)
    Thank you!
kir214 wrote:Nov 30, 2012
  • pnbonaminio
    What's the dog's name? :)
  • Stephanie Mullins
    Where would I find the window curtains
yarnluv wrote:Jul 30, 2013
dkrstetter wrote:Mar 2, 2013
  • vracy
    I would like to know where you got the window treatments? Is there a pattern available? Thanks
  • chelie47
    I am also interested in this window treatment for my sliding glass door in our kitchen. What is it called?
rcdiehl wrote:Feb 13, 2012
  • rcdiehl
    Thanks so much!
  • Kristin Boteler
    i found this fabric on line! it is jane churchill sutton in green. love it! i ordered it from alexander's interiors ltd.
strawberrymajic wrote:Feb 13, 2012
  • kdbugg00
    This is exactly what I've been looking for!!! How is this mounted?
  • Shari Edwards_Gross
    I have these window treatments in my home. They are mounted on a board and attached to the wall with "L" brackets.
54fernway wrote:Feb 28, 2014
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    Katie Emmons Design
    Hi….the fabric is discontinued. So sorry.
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    New Old, LLC
    Katie, I have to tell you I adore this kitchen! Probably one of my all time favorites - gorgeous work! The seating area is so lovely...
susanhackernj wrote:Nov 4, 2012
Vickie Hudsob wrote:Sep 30, 2012
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    Katie Emmons Design
    Thank you for your interest. I wish I could tell you where to find one. I designed this hutch and had it custom built by a local furniture builder.
  • kathykallner
    Hi Katie, Can you tell me what kind of wood it is? I see that it's pine but maybe he has a specific type? I love love love it! Can he make one and ship?
robertsicc wrote:Jul 2, 2012
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    Katie Emmons Design
    I do have additional photos of the kitchen, which are already posted on my photos on Houzz. But, unfortunately, I don't have any showing the view to the right of the pine hutch. I can tell you that to the right is the corner of the kitchen.

    Thank you so much for your interest,
    Katie Emmons
  • robertsicc
    Thank you for your reply.
diringer wrote:Feb 4, 2013
  • litchfield1956
    I have Shaw laminate flooring in spalted maple by Kathy Ireland. 3 dogs (2 labs and smaller mixed breed) and 10 years and they still look brand new.
troses wrote:Oct 17, 2012
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    Katie Emmons Design
    Hi, this is an old cutting board that was a pullout in the original kitchen (this is a remodel). We just refinished the original cutting board and reinstalled.
mrslssfan wrote:Sep 13, 2012
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    Katie Emmons Design
    It was the client's sweet dog...but thank you. That shot wasn't planned at all....he just kept creeping into the shots, and laying down. So I told the photographer to go with it. Thank you so much for your comment.
tarasas wrote:Jul 2, 2012
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    Katie Emmons Design
    I wish I could remember....thank you so much for your interest.
    Katie
strawberrymajic wrote:Apr 9, 2012
steph1210 wrote:Apr 3, 2012
colleenamato40 wrote:Feb 29, 2012
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    Katie Emmons Design
    I would love to give that to you....but in this case we had the contractor color match existing hardwoods from the rest of the house. And typically I have the contractor mix stains to achieve a good color. I will tell you that to achieve this rich of a stain color, your contractor will probably either have to wet sand the floors first or put a tinted coat of poly on top. Wet sanding achieves a deep rich tone. I hope that helps a little.
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                      What Houzz contributors are saying:

                      annecolby
                      Anne Colby added this to Photo Flip: Good Dog! Cute Pooches at HomeJan 16, 2016

                      In Charlotte, North Carolina, another happy Lab hangs out in the kitchen, this one vintage with marble countertops and quarter-sawn oak hardwood floors. Designer: Katie Emmons Design

                      beckydietrich
                      Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to The Key to Designer-Look Window TreatmentsApr 21, 2014

                      Here’s an idea that might help you. Build a temporary shade or valance out of butcher paper and tape or pin it onto your window. Keep adjusting its length — adding more or less — until the proportion is pleasing to you.Keep in mind that most of us tend to go too short rather than too long, so if there is any doubt, go longer. You will also get a good read on how the valance or shade will affect your light. (Just a word of advice: Don’t ask the UPS man what he thinks; he will invariably be wrong.)

                      cninteriors
                      Charmean Neithart Interiors added this to The Dog Days of Interior Design?Mar 12, 2012

                      All-white kitchen, all-white dog.

                      jasonballinteriordesign
                      JASON BALL interior design added this to Find Your Window Treatment StyleFeb 9, 2012

                      Traditional doesn't always mean incredibly decorative. In this vintage-style farmhouse kitchen, simple roman shades fit the bill perfectly. An elegant patterned fabric creates a soft roman shade for a more casual, yet traditional window treatment, adding to the country formality of the space.

                      What Houzzers are commenting on:

                      phoebe_cook5
                      Phoebe Cook added this to Phoebe's ideas7 days ago

                      Kitchen window to replace the door

                      mugdhabendre
                      Mugdha Myers added this to Kitchen RemodelJun 9, 2019

                      Love the valance/shade look. Thinking about something similar for the dining room window.

                      crbitterman27
                      Carla B. added this to Window TreatmentsJun 7, 2019

                      Valance for kitchen. Plus, what a cute happy dog.

                      chickenleg
                      Polly Pattison Sewing added this to VickieMay 31, 2019

                      Happened upon this one that you saved so am putting it in this collection.

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