Wednesday, June 06, 2007

jgarner53's Kitchen

My kitchen is done!



Contact: jgarner53 (My Page)
Posted on Tue, May 29, 07
Link to kitchen photos: http://share.shutterfly.com/action/welcome?sid=0Has2bFsxca

Details:
  • Cabinets: custom flush inset by local shop
  • Countertop: Belvedere soapstone from M. Teixeira in San Francisco
  • Tile: Subway Ceramics 3x6 subway tile, Daltile black liner & 3/4" round, green liner "dots" from B&W tile in Riverside, CA
  • Paint: cabinets - BM Mayonnaise (also on ceiling & trim)
  • walls - BM Potpourri Green
  • Stove: DCS 36" 6-burner all-gas range with low backguard (required by my local code)
  • Hood: Vent-a-Hood Excalibur, 36" in Biscuit
  • Fridge: Amana 36" cabinet-depth top-mount
  • Dishwasher: Bosch Integra SHX57C03UC with custom panel
  • Sink: Franke fireclay sink, 28 inches
  • Faucet: Chicago faucet wall-mount in polished nickel
  • Soap dispenser: Rohl Perrin & Rowe LS850P (with NeverMT)
  • Airswitch: Franke, in black
  • Drawer handles/Door knobs: House of Antique Hardware black glass hexagonal knobs & bridge pulls
  • Floor: Marmoleum in Butter with Coffee accent strip
  • Light fixtures: Skidmore pendants and Jefferson ceiling fixture, from Rejuvenation
  • Undercabinet lights: LEDs from LEDtronics
  • Outlet covers, pushbutton switches and switchplate: House of Antique Hardware

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Your kitchen is adorable and classic! Love your cookbook storage (something I forgot in my kitchen) and the wall-mounted faucet.

Monica said...

Beautiful! Love the jadeite green walls and all of the great details. Do you miss your vintage stove? How is the soapstone working out? Do you have pics of the marmoleum floor?

Anonymous said...

You know, I don't really miss the vintage stove. I loved its charm, and it really did work well for its age, but the dinky oven always bugged me. I love being able to bake a whole recipe of cookies in one shot, or have a roast in the oven AND heat up appetizers!

Here's a pic of the floor right after it was installed.
http://i59.photobucket.com/albums/g317/jgarner53/Kitchen%20in%20Progress/stovewall-floor.jpg

The feature strip mimics the feature strips in the adjacent dining room's hardwood.
http://i59.photobucket.com/albums/g317/jgarner53/Kitchen%20in%20Progress/duellingfeaturestrips.jpg

Anonymous said...

Can you share which lights you used from LEDelectronics? Your kitchen is wonderful@

Anonymous said...

Sure. I used the wide angle (85°) strips, in warm white (though the two 24" strips seem cooler). I used a combination of their sizes, based on my needs to fit under the cabinets (and their minimum order of two). When it came time for installation, I wrote out on my elevations exactly which strips went where.

Here's the link.

lucinda said...

I love your kitchen. I have simular colors in mine. I love the vintage feel of the jadite. I collect vintage fiesta and hammered aluminum. I think with the black and white color scheme you can put anything with it. Well Done!