French Country Kitchen-pictures, prices & phone numbers

melinrkFebruary 1, 2010

DETAILS:

CABINETS Brookhaven, Pelham Manor raised door style. Cherry stain with charcoal glaze. Includes all panels & mouldings

HARDWARE - Spanish Gothic by Hickory Hardware

ISLAND Â custom

REFRIGERATOR HANDLES Â custom

HOOD Â custom made by GC, plus mouldings to match cabinets

APPLIANCES Â

Rangetop, Dacor 6-burner EG366SCH/NG

Dishwasher, Miele G2183SCVI, paneled

Fridge/Freezer, Kitchenaid 42" 25cu side by Side KSS042FTX, paneled

Trash Compactor, Kitchenaid 15" KUCS03FTPA

Single wall oven, Kitchenaid KEBS107SS

Built in Microwave, Kitchenaid KBHS109SS

Vent, Prestige 1200cfm UIB34S2

GRANITE Â Gold & Silver (or Golden Silver)double arch edge (counters, inside sink & window sills), 3 window sills & cut in drain board

PLUMBING Â

Sink  Kohler Undertone large D-bowl 37½"x 18½"x9½" K3185

Faucet  Show House by Moen Waterhill Wrought Iron 1-handle w/side spray S711WR

Soap Dispenser  Moen 3942BL

Insta Hot  Insinkerator Indulge Antique Dispenser F-GN22-MBLK

Disposal  Insinkerator, 1 horse power Pro-XL, continuous feed

Pot Filler  Danze Opulence single handle wall mount D205557BS

BACKSPLASH Â Tin ceiling design #209, stainless steel with flat moulding #903 for behind cooktop

COSTS:

***We sold our old kitchen on CraigÂs List for $1500***

Cabinets - $25,500

Hardware - $475

Appliances - $14,000

Island - $3,200

Refrigerator Handles - $600

Hood  $300 plus some painting costs, plus the mouldings, included in cabinet price

Granite (perimeter) Â $5000 (included 3 window sills & drain board)

Granite (island) - $850

Pot Filler - $233

Sink - $675

Faucet - $416

Disposal - $400

Soap Dispenser - $82

Insta Hot - $590

Window treatments for 2 new windows - $604

Backsplash (materials)- $1000

Backsplash (labor)- $750

Floors refinished - $1000

Contractor fee - $4250 Â worth every penny

The prices above are breakdowns within the total.

TOTAL - 78,335.72

CONTACT INFO:

Contractor  Angelo Menna of Menna Building Corp. 845- 469-8606

***Love, love & love some more***

Cabinets - In House Kitchen Bath Home, NY, NY www.inhousekbh.com Jaynez@inhousekbh.com Jayne Zeigler 212-686-2016

Appliances  Silver City, Spring Valley, NY Bruce Rabinowitz

Hardware - Shophickoryhardware.com

Island  Belmonte & Sablich, Garnerville, NY John Belmonte 845-429-3101

Refrigerator Handles  Eric David Laxman, Garnerville, NY 845-304-7615 ericdavidlaxman.com

**He also did a copper countertop for us for a piece of furniture that is stunning. The cost was almost â of the cost of BrookÂs Custom in Mt. Kisco.

Plumbing  John M. Hartel & Co, Pearl River, NY 845-735-3752

Backsplash  Classic Ceilings Classicceilings.com 800-992-8700

Granite  Barocco Marble & Granite, Chestnut Ridge, NY 845-426-7290

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andrea345

beautiful space! I love the island. It looks like a very comfortable space to work in.
-a

    Bookmark   February 7, 2010 at 11:03AM
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lisa0527

Love your kitchen!

We're thinking of getting a KitchenAid cabinet depth fridge, with cabinetry panels (french door version of yours). The appliance salesman told us we "wouldn't like the look"...but yours looks perfect! Did you have any problems or concerns with your fridge? Or with fitting the panels?

    Bookmark   February 23, 2010 at 4:27PM
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ladbrandy

which cherry color was that?
I love the granite choice!! I htink I may look for that!

Karen
Deciding bet. brookhaven cherry nectar or sierra also in pelham manor!

    Bookmark   March 18, 2010 at 10:00AM
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marytw

How do you like your Dacor range?

    Bookmark   April 12, 2010 at 9:08AM
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melinrk

I LOVE it!
Works perfectly - nice to have high & extra low output.
We spent a long time going back and forth between the Dacor and the Wolf.
As far as outputs, they were about the same.
The Wolf was $300 more expensive.
Honestly, it came down to looks. I didn't love the way the Wolf looked. And I didn't like or want the red knobs (they would have looked terrible in my kitchen). I felt the Wolf was too industrial looking. I wanted the pro function, without the heavy pro look. The Dacor is softer.

    Bookmark   April 14, 2010 at 2:50PM
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