Waterfront EstateTraditional Kitchen, Vancouver

Family Kitchen open to Great Room and water views.
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Kitchen - traditional kitchen idea in Vancouver with a farmhouse sink and granite countertops —  Houzz
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nannete wrote:Nov 22, 2012
  • jlbertanza
    Alaska white
  • bb1471
    can you please tell me what color these cabinets are?
drcoug wrote:May 18, 2013
  • jvawter
    I am a huge fan of warm white and white-on-white decorating. this is probably one of the best examples of white-on-white I've ever seen. it is perfectly done! kudos!!
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    jodi foster design + planning
    Thank you! It truly is a lovely home to actually live in and enjoy... Cheers, Jodi.
Koray illeez wrote:Jan 10, 2017
irepit wrote:Oct 17, 2014
Lynn Miller wrote:Jul 6, 2013
mgohara wrote:May 9, 2014
  • kellyslobodian
    Is this eased edge?what are other options anyone have photo of roughcut granite on counter?
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    jodi foster design + planning
    I would suggest looking at your local granite supplier's showroom. They will have examples of standard edge profiles and answer any questions you may have about the material. Cheers, Jodi.
shar682 wrote:May 30, 2013
  • call23
    Is there another name for the granite, we are in FL and love the stone?
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    jodi foster design + planning
    Natural stones will vary based on quarry, origin, cut and slab. (You would only get a "consistent visual match" of a countertop by going with a quartz or other man made product.) I would suggest that you visit local suppliers and select a stone that suits your particular colour scheme. As with all natural stones, it is important to view and select the actual slab... not by merely viewing a small sample! Hope that helps! Cheers, Jodi.
jocarnold wrote:May 19, 2013
terryhenson wrote:Dec 20, 2012
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    jodi foster design + planning
    Backsplash tiles are 3"X6" 'Horas Art Tiffany Crackle Series' in colour "Bianco". Supplied by StoneTile.
  • Jill Rudman

    thank you!

kbaron wrote:Mar 31, 2013
  • egeorge76
    What is the granite color?
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    jodi foster design + planning
    The kitchen counters are Alaska White Granite. Supplied and installed by Bordignon Marble & Granite, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
ahsafford wrote:Dec 16, 2012
Gail Vogel wrote:Dec 21, 2016
  • mdenny77

    Gail Vogel-can you give me the information on your backsplash please?

  • a.j a.s

    hi, i have white cabinets,my appliances are black stainless. i don't know what color my countertop should be and my backsplash.what do you recommend?

tickybox wrote:Mar 25, 2013
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    jodi foster design + planning
    The main sink is a 36" wide stainless steel "farmers apron" sink by Julien:
  • mommagydosh
    I now have a copper apron sink but when we build our new home we will be looking to putting in a stainless sink like this .. It's beautiful , thank - you
20jmg wrote:Feb 26, 2019
lmeasterly wrote:Jul 23, 2018
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    jodi foster design + planning


    Unfortunately, all materials and specifications for any project “belong” to the project that they were specified for - a service that was paid for by the client for their particular home. As such, I cannot share specifications.

    I would suggest that you visit your local kitchen hardware supplier/showrooms, bringing with you images that you like. A sales associate should be able to help you!



    Jodi McKeown Foster
    Registered Interior Designer

Janet Williams wrote:Apr 14, 2017
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    jodi foster design + planning


    Unfortunately I cannot share the specifications and details for past projects as they are inclusive to the services the client paid for and thus “belong” to that particular project.

    Colour and materials should always be selected as part of the space they are going to be a part of - i.e. any paint colours selected for this project might very well look totally different in your space due to lighting conditions and adjacent materials.

    Cheers, Jodi.

sgly123 wrote:Aug 17, 2013
cougirl02 wrote:Mar 9, 2013
mdobbin wrote:Jan 27, 2013
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    jodi foster design + planning
    The dimensions and design of a kitchen are planned to either work with an existing space or, if new construction, suit the client's particular needs. Your designer or architect would work this out to suit your project requirements. If you need help, please feel free to contact me directly. Cheers, Jodi.
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                      What Houzz contributors are saying:

                      Annie Thornton added this to How High Should You Mount Your TV?Oct 11, 2018

                      Determine the UseIt’s important to discuss these issues with your design and construction teams to make sure you’re prioritizing function over design, or vice versa. Clearly a kitchen television, or one in a master bathroom, has different requirements than a main family television set up for long viewing periods. We have constructed homes with as many as 20 televisions, and they did not all need to be set at optimum viewing height.For televisions that are not intended to be a focal point, their size and location may not be the critical factors. When a space’s primary function is not related to the TV, such as in the kitchen, the space’s primary design function should dictate the details.

                      Sam Ferris added this to Kitchen Ideas: 8 Ways to Prep for ResaleMay 8, 2016

                      4. Go Granite or Solid SurfaceHere’s the deal: Buyers expect a durable, solid-surface worktop like granite. It’s already as standard a finish as stainless steel. If you have dated laminate countertops, now is the time to upgrade. There are many options available for countertops. Granite and quartz are two popular choices. Quartz countertops are a hot commodity right now and will certainly help sell your home. Some may even argue that quartz is the new standard instead of granite. So what will it cost? An entry-level granite costs around $45 to $55 per square foot installed. Quartz normally runs $65 to $85 per square foot installed. While that isn’t chump change, it’s a small price to pay for a sold home.Learn about top counter materials

                      Laura Gaskill added this to What Goes With Granite Counters?Jul 2, 2014

                      7. Warm white. Alaska White granite counters look a bit like marble — enhance the richness by painting cabinets and walls the same warm off-white hue. Pristine white ceilings keep the space feeling open, and pendant lights add to the elegant feel.Cabinet paint: Off White 1873, Behr

                      What Houzzers are commenting on:

                      cecnolan added this to kitchen4 hours ago

                      nice granite with white cabinets

                      Lauren Gibbs added this to 423 Park Avenue Project5 days ago

                      I like how the cabinets and furniture are white.

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