Wilson Lake RemodelFarmhouse Kitchen, Atlanta

Example of a mid-sized cottage galley medium tone wood floor and brown floor enclosed kitchen design in Atlanta with an island, shaker cabinets, white cabinets, stainless steel appliances, a farmhouse sink, marble countertops, white backsplash and wood backsplash —  Houzz
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robindrn wrote:May 19, 2019
  • robindrn

    found it - listed in the accompanying article: counter stools: Mainly Baskets

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    Holland Homes LLC

    This home was not staged by us, but we love those bar stools! Great, glad you found them! Thank you for your interest in our remodel!

HU-290845764 wrote:Sep 1, 2018
    Gina wrote:Aug 30, 2018

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: An Alabama Lake House Grows With the FamilyAug 3, 2018

      A Pleasing Open PlanAfter: “We really wanted to make the kitchen part of the open plan and great room,” Colgan says. The new windows, beams, lanterns and nickel-gap butt boards on the walls continue from one end of the house to the other, unifying the long gathering space. The island and windows now have a pleasing symmetry and bring in light that was lacking in the formerly dark off-kilter layout. Since this was a casual lake house kitchen meant to accommodate big groups, it had different standards from a typical kitchen in a single family’s primary residence. The goals here were that the kitchen would enjoy a lake view, be a lovely and cozy space to look at and experience, and let people gather and keep the cooks company without getting in the way. Lantern: Ballard Designs; sconces: Circa Lighting; counter stools: Mainly Baskets; see more woven bar and counter stools

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      tomrass4 added this to Wish List6 days ago

      I like this simple barn door going put with 5 panels.

      Southern Dogface Properties, LLC added this to CabinJul 8, 2019

      A white and bright space can maintain a rustic vibe. The key is to use textures like wood (instead of drywall), rough linen, ticking stripes, leather, canvas, metal finishes and woven twig or wicker furniture

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