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Wetmore Residence Traditional Kitchen, Atlanta

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Inspiration for a large timeless u-shaped light wood floor open concept kitchen remodel in Atlanta with beaded inset cabinets, a farmhouse sink, white cabinets, granite countertops, white backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island — Houzz

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whitebarn wrote:
Where can i get this pot rack ?
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Hubert Ausbie
just be careful if you get the pot rack from Howard Kaplan. They sent damaged lignt globes and I asked them to send boxes for the return with the new globes and they never would. They stated...."we must have the old ones first before sending new globes...." I trusted them with a deposit of $2500 for months to start the work and they will not send new globes to replace the defective globes they originally sent. I wanted HK to send the boxes with the new globes first so I wouldn't have light bulbs without any globes and the boxes they would send the new globes are made for shipping, so the defective globes could be sent back without further damaged......Stay away and get the Ann Morris rack.
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annmorrisinc

The pot rack design is a trademark of Ann-Morris, Inc. www.ann-morris.com. We have NO affiliation with Howard Kaplan. You cannot find this pot rack at Howard Kaplan. Ann-Morris is the original creator and producer of this pot rack. Please email any inquiries to info@ann-morris.com. We will respond with a sketch rendering and quote. Thank you.

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elizabk wrote:
Where can I get the pot rack in this kitchen? I am especially interested in the larger decorative hooks.
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Studio Dearborn
This pot rack must be from Ann Morris Antiques in NY. Urban Archaeology also makes some very nice ones, in addition to Howard Kaplan, but the Ann Morris pot rack has been my favorite for years.
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annmorrisinc
This pot rack is from Ann-Morris, Inc. http://www.annmorrisantiques.com/pot_racks It is not an antique pot rack. It is a newly manufactured product made in the USA. It is custom made.
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lilianarh wrote:
Where can I purchase a Pot rack like that one or what brand is it?
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gerihinkle
Where did you get the pot rack??
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annmorrisinc
This pot rack is from Ann-Morris, Inc. http://www.annmorrisantiques.com/pot_racks
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nickmegan wrote:
What are the dimensions of this kitchen and the island? I'm trying to figure out if my kitchen is big enough for a small island. Thank you.
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Frederick + Frederick Architects
If you have a range or a dishwasher you will want to give yourself a bit more room than 36" so that you can open the appliance and still get around. Also you do not want it too far (over 5') because it becomes inefficient.
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KitchenLab | Rebekah Zaveloff Interiors
Even with 42" you can't get around an open dishwasher, at least not easily. 5' is way too big, even 48" is reserved for the largest of spaces. Ovens don't typically stay open, and dishwashers should be set in a location that won't too terribly in the way of work flow (so ideally not in between the sink and range, but on the other side of the sink.
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esinozc wrote:
Could I learn the height of the crown of the cabinets and the height of the ceiling?Thank you.
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lk_designs
This is not a small kitchen, believe me !
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carolgeiger
where might you have purchased the counter stools? Thanks
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Vicki Simon Interior Design wrote:
Need a source for a pot rack like this - Hello, I need to find a maker for a brass pot rack, similar to this. Do you have one?
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smsg1

Hi where can I purchase this pot rack?

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Christine Donner Kitchen Design Inc.

Try Brassfinders Inc. in Spokane, WA. They make racks like this. Nice people too.

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Ennis TBP wrote:
Cabinets - Can you please share the paint color and are the inset or frames less ?
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Frederick + Frederick Architects
The cabinets are inset and I am not sure of the paint color.
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jaymederr
Can you tell me length and width of both the pot rack and island? Thanks! Is there a standard formula for figuring out the size of pot rack to size of island?
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cgoster wrote:
Is that the refrigerator next to the sink? Is there a freezer as well
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Frederick + Frederick Architects
It is a cabinet front refrigerator with a freezer.
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Bill Burrell wrote:
Is it possible to combine a rangehood with a pot rack like this? - Contemplating a free standing range hood over a cooker in an island bench...would love to add a utensil and pot hanger to it...would I strike problems with oil and grime having to pass the pots/utensils before entering the range hood?
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Futuro Futuro Kitchen Range Hoods
You may be better off with the pot/utensil holder as a separate installation from the range hood (either a single unit like this off to the side, or 2 smaller units on either side of the hood).

There are several reasons for this:

1.) Design flexibility - you'll be able to resize / move things around without being bound to any particular layout.
2.) Design choices - you'll be free to choose any range hood and any pot/utensil holder you want.
3.) Ease of installation - it's always easier to install modular items rather than a single large unit.

With a creative kitchen designer, and a capable contractor/builder/installer, there's really no limit to what you can accomplish. Check out some of these ideas for transforming a range hood into a centerpiece of the kitchen:
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lmharder19 wrote:
Ceiling color? - What is the ceiling paint color please? Thx!
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goyayago wrote:
Cabinet pulls - What is the brand and material of pulls and knobs?
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lindagreg wrote:
Floors - What species wood, width, stain color are these floors? Very pretty !
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danaeberhardt wrote:
Stools - Where can you purchase the stools? Brand?
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kristin721 wrote:
What is the name of the granite? What color is backsplash- hard to tell in pic. Thanks!
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davism65 wrote:
counter tops - what is the name and type of kitchen counter tops
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thelakehouse wrote:
Where can I find the Heron tile over the range?
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thelakehouse wrote:
I love the Heron bird tile over the range! Where can I get these? I live on a lake and have these birds in my trees! Would love to work this into my decor somewhere! Thank you!!!
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jackreese wrote:
Would anyone know the type of granite and color? Thanks
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thelakehouse wrote:
The Heron bird tile over the cooktop, where can I get those?
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thelakehouse wrote:
Does anyone know where I can purchase the Blue Herron backsplash tiles?
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leona belliveau wrote:
What size is the kitchen ?
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