West Newton Hill VictorianVictorian Kitchen, Boston

Example of a small ornate light wood floor and beige floor eat-in kitchen design in Boston with stainless steel appliances, shaker cabinets, light wood cabinets, granite countertops, white backsplash, subway tile backsplash, a peninsula and gray countertops —  Houzz
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gekko0112 wrote:May 19, 2013
  • jazzlvr

    May I inquire the dimensions of the banquette area? Love how it was framed around the top to set it off as it's own space.. Clever!! :)

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    Sage Builders LLC

    The banquette is great. The built-in storage in the seating adds another fantastic feature to it. The dimensions are roughly 10' x 5 1/2'.

djplmb wrote:Nov 25, 2014
  • beej74

    How loud is the Marvel beverage refrigerator?

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    Sage Builders LLC

    I'm afraid I cannot definitively answer your question. I will say, however, that this very fastidious client has never commented on the noise level. Hope that helps!

cslowrance wrote:Jun 3, 2015
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    Sage Builders LLC

    Happy to provide the information you requested! The counters are "Soft Green Granite," according to our project documentation, and were purchased at Olympia Marble and Granite in Needham, Massachusetts.

  • cslowrance
    Thanks so much!
pelica wrote:Dec 13, 2013
bbturner wrote:Mar 16, 2014
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    Sage Builders LLC
    It's a great kitchen with just enough splash and whimsy. We agree that the subtle Maple cabinets are offset nicely by the 2 1/4" quarter sawn stain red oak flooring.
acp2 wrote:Mar 26, 2013
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    Sage Builders LLC
    Thanks for being our first question! We're excited to join the Houzz community. I'm sorry my answer is just now posting. I must not have hit the correct reply button when I first tried to answer it last week. This project had to “fit” within the existing footprint of the house. The existing kitchen area was relatively long and narrow – about 10’8 x 15’6. We bumped the back of the house out about 5’8, replacing an existing deck to provide for the new enlightened seating area and travel space through the kitchen area to the back mudroom and the front part of the house. This new seating area gets morning sun, creating a fully day-lighted breakfast environment! Please let me know if you have additional questions.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

HU-42882066 added this to My ideasJun 30, 2019

like the traditional look and color of the cabinets. like the color and muted pattern of the countertop. do not like the mosaic pattern on the wall above the stove- to busy

caroleso added this to kitchenMay 30, 2019

quarters sawn stain red oak flooring contrasts with the light maple cabinets

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