Tuesday, January 17, 2006

mstargardener1's Kitchen

My New Kitchen 99% finished



Contact mstargardener1 (My Page) Posted on Sun, Jan 15, 06
Link to kitchen: http://photobucket.com/albums/e359/a1v2a3/

Details:
  • Cabinets: all custom maple surrounding and the island is cherry. No stain; only finish protection. The detail on the doors was my DH idea and I must say I really am glad we spent the extra to have the miter instead of the traditional shaker.
  • Wood floor - Bamboo horizontal 3" carbonized light
  • Kitchen main sink and prep sink faucets - Brizo satin
  • Two stainless sinks are Blanco
  • Farm sink - Shaw
  • Farm sink faucet - KWC
  • Countertop - Cafe Brown granite
  • Rangetop - 60" Bluestar
  • Hood 66" Vent-a-Hood
  • Ovens - upper, Gaggenau steam convection lower, Miele masterchef
  • Warming drawer - Miele
  • Dishwashers - island, Asko. Flower/ coffee bar, FP dishdrawers
  • Icemaker and Wine Fridg - U-line
  • Fridg - Maytag
  • Banquette and table - custom to fit by cabinet maker
  • Espresso maker/ grinder - Laspazio and macap grinder
  • Coffee bar tall table & chairs - Macy's Home store
  • Tile / custom blend from Daltile
  • Paint - Walls, Dunn-edwards, lemon lime. The coffee bar is a custom blend of about 5 colors I did with a venetian plaster. The flower sink window and above the island is also a custom blend I did with venetian plaster.
  • Fabric - used on the custom banquette is S. Haris

3 comments:

Koala_Em said...

WOW! I went and looked at your slideshow... several times! and the kitchen is stunning. You must be pleased with it. I especially love the red tiles- they are so dramatic. Yet with the pale tone of the cabinets the overall look is still airy.
Emmy

All but Thesis said...

Amazing! I love your use of color -- bold and fun and elegant. Your tiles are the color I've been searching for -- I was hoping for glass tile but your ceramic are stunning. Also the mitered edges of the cabinet doors really set them apart from ordinary Shaker, kudos to your DH's design sense.

Jane

Anonymous said...

Perhaps the most stunning kitchen I have ever seen...just gorgeous. This is truly a DREAM kitchen! Kudos!