I guess the cobbler's kids finally have new shoes. I've learned a lot from my own kitchen clients and from this forum. Lots of fabulous design on this site.
I'll post a link to the rest of the gallery for anyone who wants to see more.
Details: The house is an 1895 Tudor Revival with a couple modern additions on it. Hopefully the kitchen bridges the two periods of construction in the house.
Cabinets: Crown Point. Farrow & Ball Shaded White paint, Sapele stained cabinetry. Banquette, open shelves, and tv cabinet by local custom cabinetmaker. Polished nickel hardware.
Counters: honed Virginia Mist granite and Carrara marble
Backsplash: Bejmat tiles in white, 2" x 6", Mosaic House. Antique glass resilvered, Olde Good Things.
Faucets: Wingnut by Sonoma Forge in Rustic Nickel.
Fridges: Subzero, Range: Wolf 48AG with grill (love)
Hood: Modernaire, custom.
Here is a link that might be useful: histokitch's gallery