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Example of a huge transitional medium tone wood floor kitchen design in Seattle with an undermount sink, shaker cabinets, white backsplash, paneled appliances, granite countertops, glass tile backsplash, an island, white cabinets and gray countertops

Woodinville RetreatTransitional Kitchen, Seattle

10' ceilings and 2-story windows surrounding this space (not in view) bring plenty of natural light into this casual and contemporary cook's kitchen. Other views of this kitchen and the adjacent Great Room are also available on houzz. Builder: Robert Egge Construction (Woodinville, WA). Cabinets: Jesse Bay Cabinets (Port Angeles, WA) Design: Studio 212 Interiors

Example of a huge transitional medium tone wood floor kitchen design in Seattle with an undermount sink, shaker cabinets, white backsplash, paneled appliances, granite countertops, glass tile backsplash, an island, white cabinets and gray countertops —  Houzz
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wcrjcs wrote:May 16, 2012
nanacook wrote:Feb 2, 2012
  • kittyest
    White Kashmir granite?
  • grammah

    I too would like to know what the material, colour, and finish of the countertops is. The whole kitchen comes together beautifully.

ballis wrote:Aug 16, 2012
  • patvessely

    Many thanks.

  • Koray illeez

    yes it is Kashmir White Granite


janetguyon wrote:Mar 10, 2013
mariehartye wrote:Sep 12, 2012
  • babado

    Does the cooktop have a down vent?

  • Will Marshal

    what floor is that?

kitchensink wrote:May 16, 2012
  • Amy Maguire
    Hi! absolutely adore the color of these floors- can you tell me approximately how much this type of floor is per linear or square foot? Thanks much- the kitchen design is lovely!
  • Mollie Wulff
    Can you share who the flooring manufacturer is and where I might find it online? Thanks in advance -- they are gorgeous!
hjlaff wrote:Jun 9, 2012
  • 310jamie

    I am looking for the backsplash material. I am in NC and I wondered where I could buy the tile. Can you tell me exactly what it is called.

  • Heather Harrington

    what is the make of the tile?

jazzy75 wrote:Jan 8, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    I would recommend taking a sample of your stained wood to a granite yard that has Kashmir on site, or getting a sample of it to look @ in your space. It's difficult for me to to comment without seeing all of the other elements in your space and the actual tone of your wood. Good luck!
  • cookiequeen
    Thank you. Love your work! Have you used lighter stained cabinets with the kashmir white? I would love white cabinets but can't seem to the hubby on board. I love the kashmir white and river white granite. Thanks again
wsaum wrote:Dec 9, 2011
  • Anna Gondzik

    Would also like to know the brand and style of the knobs and pulls! Thanks

  • Beth

    What is paint color on walls? thx!


welmar wrote:Jan 24, 2013
  • danstef2012
    Look further down in comments. Already answered.

    5” Kentwood/ Maple/ Pioneer/ Antiqued Strip
  • rileyjo
    Read the comments that question was answered by the designer several times! Geez!
danyaf wrote:Dec 29, 2012
  • Grace Reed
    Wine and Roses, thanks for the update. I'm going to run your situation past my AMWD rep. Will keep you posted.
  • Grace Reed
    By the way, another kitchen designer I work with used AMWD in her kitchen, too. And, neither her or I would recommend and sell it if we knew customers were unhappy with it!
monikabrown wrote:Apr 29, 2012
  • wcrjcs
    I want to use a dark wood center island (espresso) but need a lighter floor color. Would this be too rustic?
  • Susana Klein
    A member of our family ambulates on a scooter at home so we have so pick a really durable floor that will be throughout he whole house. I love the hardwood look and I’m hoping you could give me your thoughts on porcelain floors that look like wood, or any other material that you think would be good for our situation. If you can please help me find specific manufacturers and models that would give me the look of this kitchen that would be so amazing. Thank you!!
sarablix70 wrote:Jan 9, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    Thank you! It's recommended that drawers not be installed under cooktops. The "drawer" in the photo is a panel but is treated with hardware for aesthetic purposes only. I would suggest you speak with your cabinet builder or appliance installer too! Best of luck to you on your project! -Sarah
  • PRO
    Shawna Cameron Photography
    Thanks for your endless patience in answering all these questions! I came searching specifically to see if my question - are the clients happy with their pop-up downdraft vent and what make and model is it - have been mostly answered. If you've heard back that they've decided they wouldn't do the pop-up vent next time, an update would be great as we're waffling on pop-up vs hood fan. My first choice - a ceiling extractor - is turning out to be very hard to source in North America!

    Beautiful project overall! You did a lovely job!
ademirai wrote:Nov 4, 2012
  • PRO
    Rustico Tile and Stone
    ABSOLUTELY! Saltillo Terracotta looks wonderful with pretty much any color scheme, especially in the classic all-whitekitchen. At Rustico Tile and Stone, we offer Saltillo in 3 different finishes and several shapes and sizes to choose from. We offer affordable pricing and we ship all over the world. Check out our ideabooks and our website at http://www.saltillotileconnection.com for more inspiration. Here are a couple of examples of what Saltillo can look like white surroundings:

    The first picture is of a Manganese finish Hexagon floor.
    The Second picture is of a Traditional finish Square floor in a diagonal pattern.
    The third picture is the square Antique "old-world, reclaimed terracotta" finish.
  • Connie Nikiforoff Designs
    I see your floor tiles working perfectly with this look. Paint your exisiting cabinetry white and work from there ;-) If this kitchen is your dream look, go right ahead and copy it as much as you can (except the tiles, of course). Imitation is the best form of flattery :-) If your kitchen opens to other rooms, you may have to do more to make them work together nicely. But if you stick to the undertones of your floor and your countertop, it'll all come together.
sillysquares wrote:Sep 11, 2012
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    Oak & Broad

    Previous comments show """"These are engineered floors by Kentwood , maple/5'/pioneer I believe the Kentwood distributors are listed on their website - we went through the flooring installer. Hope this helps!"""

  • drszapiro

    What is the backsplash?


Cathy Lin wrote:Jun 25, 2012
  • Grace Reed
    I think it's 48" also. The NKBA guideline is a minimum of 42" and a maximum of 48". It's to give passage to 2 people and to allow appliances to open and be accessible.
  • gojmg

    count the 5" wood flooring...

vdianabaldwin wrote:May 1, 2012
  • sillysquares
    is that a 1 inch over hang from the face frame or the cabinet door/drawer front?
  • Grace Reed
    It's from the face frame.
saraari wrote:Feb 16, 2012
  • Meg Y
    Hello, what is satin conversion varnish?
  • ccap2

    Lovely kitchen. Looking for information on the wall color and countertops?

shelton143 wrote:Jan 28, 2012
  • shelton143
    Thank you to everyone for you advice. It is very much appreciated. I'm just starting the renovations process in our home and all the information I get from this site has been amazing. Thank you
  • shelton143
    Dear Shuffle Interiors,
    I'm a bit confused on what you meant by Destressed hardwoods do maintenance issues over time when screening comes inti play. I don't understand what "screening" is and what kind of issues may arise. I'm only asuming that the look of "worn out wood" with dents, etc mean that cleaning may be difficult due to dirt sitting in the grooves.
Taurai Pindura wrote:Feb 13, 2013
Clarissa Cranney wrote:Feb 5, 2013
  • Jan Croke
    May I ask you for the vendor of the Electrolux induction cooktop with the downdraft vent? Or was the vent added somehow?
  • PRO
    Studio 212 Interiors
    The vent is a Thermador and is not an attachment to the cooktop. It is installed and vented separately.
daphneyoung wrote:Jan 27, 2013
  • Cc Jj
    what type of finish on the cabinets? eggshell?
  • cary
    what brand of paint is Kashmir white?
Patricia Torney wrote:Jan 18, 2013
  • Patricia Torney
    Very nice! Thank you. I wish I had your suggestion months ago. Lovely.
  • kathrynwithak
    We are getting kasmir ivory, you may want to check it out.
mollyshaf wrote:Jan 17, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    I would recommend speaking with your appliance vendor about ways to vent a downdraft, and downdrafts that can accommodate the Electrolux (I am not sure if this downdraft is Thermador or Electrolux, to be honest). There are internal and external blower options that are available based on your kitchen design and construction. Best of luck!
  • PRO
    Electrolux US
    Love how the induction cooktop is seamlessly integrated into the center island. A very clean, streamlined look especially with all of the white ccabinetry.
eakcook wrote:Mar 2, 2013
  • eakcook
    thanks
  • rlcombs
    What is the size of the soffit
mpwill wrote:Feb 17, 2013
  • feibeldk
    I'd also like information on the floor: wood or tile?
  • Pam Bishop
    Look further down on the list.
    It's 5" Kentwood
dtulip1951 wrote:Feb 11, 2013
  • Sharon Campbell
    Have you found the integrated fridge freezer successful? If they require attention from a technician how can you protect your flooring?
  • PRO
    Interiors
    Our client is absolutely 110% satisfied with her Sub Zero pair and has had no issues regarding flooring. I would recommend asking a local flooring installer if you have specific questions about your space. Best of luck! Sarah
Marina Dipp wrote:Jan 31, 2013
  • eytonjones1
    I have been contemplating these lights for over my island but wonder if they give enough task lighting ? We have recessed lighting around the perimeter but would appreciate any input you might have regarding these lights.
  • PRO
    Studio 212 Interiors
    They are fairly "spotty", but provide just the right light for this island in particular. This is the medium size pendant, and the lighting is directed downward nicely for the space. If you have cans or other lighting in the space that augments this it will work well.
wilsonbermuda wrote:Dec 27, 2012
  • Nancy Freer
    I like the counters what are they?
  • birdrock
    kashmir white granite as stated in the pic
nelsons2012 wrote:Dec 16, 2012
  • nelsons2012
    Just looked it up - beautiful. Thanks!
  • PRO
    Interiors
    You're very welcome!
kir214 wrote:Aug 27, 2012
  • melamedbarbara
    The cabinets are painted with what finish, eggshell or satin? Is it maple? I am concerned that the paint will chip off the doors and trim- is there a glaze or finish to protect it?
  • kaylenefay
    I would also like to know what is the finish on these cupboards as I have a similar kitchen and I would like to update by painting it white. Can you tell me what has been done to achieve this professional look .
cbertch wrote:May 25, 2012
  • Lauren Frazier

    Do you know how wide are the shaker rails?


  • aabdulla57

    I have the same question, how wide are the shaker rails/stiles?

Tiffany Loftus wrote:Jan 8, 2012
  • donnanimi
    The backsplash under the cabinets next to the wall oven, is it just the granite border/\backsplash or is it the tile Vetro tile or both???
  • PRO
    Interiors
    It's the Vetro tile.
hwold1 wrote:Dec 17, 2011
  • hwold1
    Thank you for your response. I will do as you advise.
    Grateful for your expertise!
  • PRO
    GARY FINLEY, ASID
    Great looking kitchen, why are you wanting to distress the floor?
Frou Frou & Frills wrote:Dec 15, 2011
  • Frou Frou & Frills
    Are there any red spots and if so are they noticeable?
    Thanks!
  • PRO
    Interiors
    Granite slabs vary greatly. White Kashmir is fairly available nationwide, so I would recommend that you visit a slab yard to see the variations. There are other photos of this kitchen on houzz that offer a closer look at the granite - the darker earth tones in this particular slab are brown. Hope that helps!
putnam114 wrote:Dec 10, 2011
  • Fessa33
    What color was used on the walls? Thank you
  • Kim Maloney Beaton
    Are the 2 bar style on the cabinets adjacent to the sink cabinet also from this collection?
ddccarpenter wrote:Mar 3, 2013
niccidhg wrote:Feb 14, 2013
  • PRO
    Interiors
    5” Kentwood Brand/ Maple/ Pioneer/ Antiqued Strip Hope this helps.
  • Kim Cardilli
    are these floor real hardwood or vinyl wood planks??
hilaryshefflerhoward wrote:Jan 22, 2013
  • PRO
    Interiors
    5” Kentwood/ Maple/ Pioneer/ Antiqued Strip
    I would recommend asking with a local installer regarding ease of installation. The onsite team did not have any issues at this residence, however every space has it's own requirements.
  • vlarson6
    so is it engineered or true hardwood?
kellzvb wrote:Jan 21, 2013
Ericka Dobriner wrote:Nov 30, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    5” Kentwood/ Maple/ Pioneer/ Antiqued Strip
  • Nicole Stotz
    This picture has sent me on a wild goose chase for these floors. So beautiful!
amandatalbot wrote:Nov 28, 2012
bribrown85 wrote:Nov 26, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    Benjamin Moore Dove White
  • call23
    what about the trim?
joanne64 wrote:Nov 24, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    It's the same as the other appliances and is a part of the Top Knobs Dakota Collection, in pewter.
  • leslieplush
    do you know the style #. I have been looking and can't seem to find it.
sillysquares wrote:Nov 15, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    Ben Moore stingray
  • jamieeaston
    And in what finish paint? It looks glossy...thanks!
njdetomaso wrote:Oct 13, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    Yes, you're correct.
  • suzmue
    What is the color of the granite?
cylori wrote:Sep 22, 2012
samanthakidston wrote:Sep 1, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    The floors are Engineered 5” Kentwood/ Maple/ Pioneer/ Antiqued Strip. Note that this product did not offer coordinating baseboards and stair treads, so the stair treads shown in this home (in other photos on houzz.com) were
    custom built to match and distressed by hand.
  • Candy Roby
    Is the engineered wood hard to maintain in a kitchen? Does it scratch easily?
Justgottogetitright wrote:Aug 7, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    I think it would be beautiful! I would suggest that you speak with a local designer since I'm not familiar with the space, however. You'll need to keep in mind the scale of the lighting, height of the cabinets, and island size... but overall you could take the same concept and translate it into a space with a sloped ceiling.This ceiling is 10', so you/your architecht or kitchen designer (if you are using one) would need to keep this in mind. Best of luck!
  • Justgottogetitright
    Thank you for your quick response! I feel confident now I have heard your words of wisdom. My ceiling is 10ft on the outside edge of your island bench and slopes to approx 7ft on the wall where your fixed cupboard is. Would it be possible for you to give me the dimensions of your kitchen floor space? I love the simple elegance of your kitchen. Thank you for sharing your amazing ability with us all. We are quite limited with products over here compared to you lucky Americans, it helps to see what's out there! Thanks again.
sssmith wrote:Jun 3, 2012
  • lorrir
    Would the BM White Dove color be a good choice for painting my kitchen cabinets since I have white appliances, or what color would be recommended?
  • PRO
    Interiors
    I'd recommend looking at a variety of images on houzz to see how white appliances play with whites, and other colors. You will want to make sure that if you do choose a white, that it remains in the same tonal range as your appliances. Appliance colors vary by manufacturer, so I'm hesitant to tell you that Dove White is the right fit. Hope this helps, and good luck to you!
    Sarah
mcpforever wrote:May 9, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    You're so welcome, glad we could be of help! Cheers, Sarah
  • PRO
    Gabberts Design Studio
    Agreed! We know it took a lot of time, and it is appreciated! It's so nice to have an immediate answer!
lizwat wrote:Apr 20, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    Top Knobs is the manufacturer of the hardware - their finish is called Antique Pewter. Hope this helps!
  • PRO
    1800koshlong
    I cannot find Stingray on my colour chart. Do you know what colour number it is?? Thank you.
faithsport wrote:Apr 20, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    Walls - Ben Moore Stingray Cabinets and Trim: Ben More White Dove
  • PRO
    1800koshlong
    Can you please recommend a warm white cabinet colour that does not have cream in it? I am purchasing a white vermont granite (gray and white) and want a warm white paint colour. Dove white is too creamy I find but love this kitchen. Many thanks!!!
lesliesd wrote:Mar 18, 2012
  • amyt
    the floors are 5" wide strips and it looks like there are 10 to 11 strips so i would say approx. 50 to 55'.
  • Grace Reed
    The NKBA guideline is 42" minimum to 48" maximum to allow for appliances to open and be accessible and to allow 2 people to pass each other.
shelton143 wrote:Feb 27, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    We're in the Seattle area. This flooring has a very natural brown tone to it, with no real hint of yellow/orange at all. Photos are always very hard to read, but think of natural brown tones in a mid-range and you'd be good to go with this palate. Note that some wood species set the tone of your floors (cherry, for example pulls red, white oak is pretty true to color), so be sure to have your floor installer do a sample test on your floors if you're finishing them in place. Also, if using Swedish finish on top, it can sometimes pull your color a little yellow. To get it right, just run a test patch on the floors before approving the color. These floors, per our client's request, are engineered and were pre-finished, so the color tone was already established.
  • Diane Hladik

    Can you tell me the name of the engineered floors? Love them...

Andrea Canedo Design wrote:Feb 18, 2012
orlan wrote:Feb 12, 2012
shelton143 wrote:Jan 28, 2012
  • whocareswhoiam

    To me, this is very contemporary and just timeless, beautifully done.

  • bellinghambythebay

    may I ask the dimensions of this island? thank you

Gabriela wrote:Jan 5, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    The ceilings are 10', so the homeowner preferred that they die into the soffits at around 9' for usability. They are custom cabinets and were built by Jesse Bay Cabinetry out of Port Angeles, WA.
  • PRO
    Gabriela
    Thank you!
eomalley65 wrote:Mar 2, 2013
  • PRO
    Interiors
    I'm sorry, I don't have the complete dimensions of this space.
mounttavy wrote:Feb 27, 2013
karen surgent wrote:Feb 22, 2013
  • PRO
    Interiors
    These are custom cabinets built by Jesse Bay Cabinetry, Port Orchard, WA
Lifuwa Designer Studio wrote:Jan 31, 2013
  • PRO
    Interiors
    I'm sorry, I don't totally understand your question. Please be a bit more specific.
daphneyoung wrote:Jan 27, 2013
  • PRO
    Interiors
    Benjamin Moore Stingray, flat finish.
nrrahe wrote:Jan 22, 2013
  • PRO
    Interiors
    We sourced this locally at Statements Tile, in South Seattle. YOu can certainly give them a call or have it sourced locally at a higher-end tile supplier. Hope this helps, Sarah
ladytovar wrote:Jan 13, 2013
  • PRO
    Interiors
    This is a tile by Statements Tile (www.statementstile.com) called Vetro by Casa Dolce Casa in Matte Bianco. 8x10 Sfalsato Sheet (Stagger Set)
    Grout: Hydrogrout in White
karis1234 wrote:Jan 11, 2013
  • daphneyoung
    are those pure white cabinets or cream? what color/name is the granite?
wfb3525 wrote:Dec 23, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    Sorry, I don't have that information....the final install was amended on site by the electrician. Rule of thumb, however, is to hang 72" from floor to base of fixture shade.
jeangjevik wrote:Dec 5, 2012
  • Grace Reed
    The NKBA guideline is a minimum of 42" and a maximum of 48".
dixonbrwa wrote:Nov 11, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    This is a Kashmir White granite. It should be available locally wherever you are - we sourced it out in the Seattle where we're based. Good luck with your project! - Sarah
Chris wrote:Nov 10, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    This is a tile by Statements Tile (www.statementstile.com) called Vetro by Casa Dolce Casa in Matte Bianco. 8x10 Sfalsato Sheet (Stagger Set)
    Grout: Hydrogrout in White
fwilde wrote:Oct 26, 2012
  • Grace Reed
    They are wider than the traditional shaker door. I would say they are 2 1/2" to 3".
alligirl33 wrote:Oct 24, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    We purchased them from a local source (North Coast Lighting) but they are available online as well. You may also want to check with a local lighting store in your area.
kelly1979 wrote:Oct 8, 2012
  • PRO
    Touched by Design
    Stingray 1529 by Benjamin Moore Classic Colors
Mary Bertolo wrote:Jul 5, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    Those are great questions for the cabinet builder, Jesse Bay Cabinets. We're not involved in the cabinet construction, so he'd be the best person to contact! Best of luck, Sarah
jesusgirl wrote:May 8, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    The pendant information is tagged in the photo - scroll over it and everything you need should pop up (I do not have it on hand at the moment!) The granite on the counter is Kashmir White Hope this helps!
jacks3953 wrote:Apr 12, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    It's the Grohe Concetto in chrome.Good luck with your project!
tjack wrote:Mar 18, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    These are 6" cans.
wagar2 wrote:Mar 8, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    I'm unsure about the construction of these doors, so this is a great question for the cabinet builder, Jesse Bay. He can be reached at (360)417 8122 Good luck!
ilcheezhead wrote:Mar 8, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    This is a tile by Statements Tile (www.statementstile.com) called Vetro by Casa Dolce Casa in Matte Bianco. 8x10 Sfalsato Sheet (Stagger Set)
    Grout: Hydrogrout in White
ilcheezhead wrote:Mar 8, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    These are the Dakota line from Top Knobs, in antique pewter.
shelton143 wrote:Feb 29, 2012
  • sillysquares
    Cordinating baseboards would be when the flooring company offers a matching baseboard maybe out of the same wood.
nhenry wrote:Feb 29, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    The floors are Engineered 5” Kentwood/ Maple/ Pioneer/ Antiqued Strip. Note that this product did not offer coordinating baseboards and stair treads, so the stair treads shown in this home (in other photos on houzz.com) were
    custom built to match and distressed by hand. All of the baseboards were painted so it was not an issue. If your project includes exposed stair treads (vs carpet) be sure to ask what options exist with whatever product you choose! Good luck!
mschroeder6 wrote:Feb 25, 2012
Linda wrote:Jan 28, 2012
  • PRO
    Interiors
    Yes it is - it's one of our favorite whites. Glad you like it :-)
eileenmaday wrote:Dec 14, 2011
  • PRO
    Interiors
    So sorry for the delayed response! This is a White Kashmir Granite (3 cm). There are other, more detailed photos of this kitchen on houzz that offer a few other views of this surface if you're interested. Just search either by this project name, or by Shuffle Interiors and they should pop up. Good luck with your project! Cheers, Sarah
leesita125 wrote:Feb 10, 2013
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