Warmington & NorthTraditional Kitchen, Seattle

Custom cabinets by Warmington & North
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Architect: Boswoth Hoedemaker
Designer: Larry Hooke Interior Design

Kitchen - traditional kitchen idea in Seattle with marble countertops, green cabinets, white backsplash and marble backsplash —  Houzz
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hollyculp wrote:Mar 20, 2013
  • rennernme

    Dear Warmington and North,

    What is the Cabinet Color please?

    Thank you

  • L Plunk
    Farrow & Ball green blue
Angela Totel wrote:Jun 3, 2012
  • juanitaminaudo
    Would like to know about cabinets.
  • maryscarlata
    Yes, I would like to know more about these cabinets. What color is it?
ladymojo wrote:Feb 15, 2012
  • Lisa Turley
    paint color of cabinets please
  • susiefandos
    Please share the sink faucet style and brand! Thank you!!!
mama2kx6 wrote:Feb 18, 2011
  • mama2kx6
    Thanks so much!
  • Berthe Comeau

    What is the cabinet color!?

Chantal wrote:Mar 14, 2016
  • PRO
    Warmington & North

    The paint is a custom color from Farrow & Ball. Sorry I cant be of more help on this.

  • smagdoff

    What knob/pull hardware is being used?

drobertson05 wrote:Dec 30, 2015
  • turneeb1
    It looks like Palampore by Pottery Barn.
  • jwellborn52

    This kitchen is absolutely stunning.


Christie Routhier wrote:Jun 2, 2017
martinezesther5 wrote:Jul 23, 2015
  • PRO
    Warmington & North

    The paint is manufactured by Farrow and Ball and was a custom color.

Emily Gaeta wrote:Jul 5, 2015
  • PRO
    Warmington & North

    The paint is manufactured by Farrow and Ball and was a custom color.

Maria Grassi wrote:May 3, 2015
  • PRO
    Warmington & North

    The paint is manufactured by Farrow and Ball and was a custom color.

angymangy9009 wrote:Apr 6, 2015
  • PRO
    Warmington & North

    The counter top is made from cararra marble. Thanks,

Stephanie Lindstrom wrote:Feb 23, 2015
  • PRO
    Warmington & North

    The cabinets were a custom color and were painted with an oil based enamel paint.

4vail wrote:Jan 15, 2014
  • Gina Ramey

    yes I would like to know what the source is for you hardware please

dgegenheimer wrote:Feb 2, 2013
  • tobenew
    Is that color a blueish gray
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                                          What Houzz contributors are saying:

                                          sferris4
                                          Sam Ferris added this to Kitchen Confidential: 9 Trends to Watch for in 2016Nov 23, 2015

                                          1. Soft, muted color palettes. Good news if you’re already thinking about switching up your color scheme: Kitchen colors are changing, according to interior designer Jane Lockhart. Though white motifs will still dominate, everything from cabinets to backsplashes will be done in less saturated tones. “Charcoal, grays and even neutral pastels like pale blue, pale green gray and tinted whites are the new alternative to the standard white,” she says. She also foresees kitchens sporting lighter wood tones, including walnuts, whitewashed woods and white oak in rift grain.Bold primary colors, on the other hand, will be placed on the back burner. Interior designer Gail Drury says they’re definitely out as accent colors. “Drier colors will become popular,” she says. “Muted blues and greens and pale yellow pastel will be used as accent colors.”Find an interior designer to pick the perfect colors

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                                          Kelli Kaufer Designs added this to 9 Ways to Save on Your Kitchen RemodelFeb 3, 2015

                                          1. Go with ready-to-assemble cabinets. The biggest cost in a kitchen remodel is new cabinets. The most expensive option is going custom, for which the cabinetry is designed, built and installed to specifically fit your space. Exotic woods, ornate details and period styles will add to the cost and delivery time but result in a one-of-a-kind kitchen. Custom cabinets can cost $10,000 to $60,000, as cabinets can range from $250 to $1,500 per linear foot. If your budget doesn’t allow for custom, but you need new cabinets, ready-to-assemble (RTA) is a good option. Ready-to-assemble or semicustom cabinets can sometimes be half the cost, from around $125 to $900 per linear foot depending on the material, style and cost of installation. If you are a do-it-yourselfer, you can assemble these yourself; if not you will need to hire a contractor. Semicustom cabinets are selected from existing designs and are prefabricated offsite in standard sizes, with limited options in terms of sizing, styles, materials and finishes. In-stock cabinets are for customers who want to grab their cabinets right off the shelf and get going. These stock cabinets come in standard sizes, shapes and colors. Since the cabinet dimensions are not based on your kitchen, space-wasting fillers may be required to make the cabinets fit. These cabinets are very affordable for remodelers on a budget. Cabinets can range from $75 to $400 per linear foot.Keep in mind, though, that costs will vary by location.Create your own custom cabinets with the help of a pro

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                                          Jen L'Italien added this to How to Care for Your CountertopsNov 23, 2011

                                          7. Cooking oil bottles can actually leave ring marks on stone surfaces that can be difficult to remove. Use coasters or a tray under bottles to prevent marks.8. Protect the counter from lemon, vinegar, tomato, and other acidic foods, which will etch marble.

                                          What Houzzers are commenting on:

                                          mrp211
                                          Rachael added this to mrp211's ideasSep 1, 2019

                                          like cabinets but not the gray marble (not really a fan of marble)

                                          cmann
                                          cmann added this to Display 3000Aug 21, 2019

                                          Corbels and cap mldg at wall cabs

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                                          Mandy Folkerts added this to My ideasAug 14, 2019

                                          Like the colors and the windows

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