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Finally Done....

Posted by vieirab (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 4, 12 at 0:16

Here's the final result....


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Very pretty. More pics please!!


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more pics


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Beautiful! What are the floors made of and what color stain did you use?


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Love all the wood, what a wonderfully rich effect. Great pendants too!


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It is so warm and beautiful. Congratulations.


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So gorgeous! Great job, love your choices : )


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Gorgeous - how about some close up pictures!!!
Can you post a description of what you did?
Thanks and Congratulations!


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Don't mean to sound cliche, but very warm, and inviting! Lovely.


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Wow! Fabulous cabinetry. Can we see a close up of your backsplash?


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Beautiful! Can you tell me what type of wood your cabinetry is, and what the counter on your island is?


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"Warm" is definitely the feeling I get. Beautiful.


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Nicely done!


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Oh what a warm kitchen. I'd love to curl up with a cup of hot chocolate and flip through recipe books in there.

Gorgeous! Details, please.


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Very nicely done! Very cozy and inviting. I'm showing DH your backsplash right now!!


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Lovely, lovely, lovely! Could we have some of the details please?


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I LOVE it. Such a great blend of beauty and comfort. Makes me happy just to look at it.


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gorgeous! details please, and close ups of your backsplash and counter tops. :)


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Very nice and I usually don't like stained cabinets (just my personal taste). I am a painted cabinet person but this is very well done. Congratulations!


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Call me when the stools are in for the island. I will be right. Over for a cup o'joe. BEAUTIFUL!


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Oh my goodness! It's gorgeous! Thanks for sharing!


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Such a beautiful kitchen! You need to post all the details for people!


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Thank you for the feedback. As requested here are some of the details:

Floors - stained Tiger wood with matte finish

Cabinets - Brookhaven - maple - nutmeg stain

Backsplash - stacked stone over countertops, glass pebbles over range top for easier cleaning

Countertops - granite - main counters are leathered ubatuba (spelling?) and the island is golden samir (not sure why its called that its mostly bluish and grayish)

Rangetop - Wolf 36" six burner

Wall oven - JennAir
SpeedCook / Microwave - JennAir
Warming Drawer - JennAir

Refrigerator - Counter Depth Jenn Air

Dishwasher - Miele

Hood - Prestige 1200 CFM


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What a beautifully warm kitchen! The wood looks so inviting. Enjoy!


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beautiful!!!!

love the b/s, floors and the intermittant glass cabs - gives it a really nice look...

greata job, enjoy for many years :)


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vieirab, how do you like your tigerwood floors? Ours have been in for exactly 1 week, but we still have them covered up. They are beautiful!


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Just gorgeous! That floor is a showstopper!! I really love it. Your new space just exudes warmth and comfort. Great job! Enjoy!


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Your kitchen looks beatiful. I love that stacked stone backsplash. I too would love to see some more pictures, please.


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@ bcafe - so far we love the tigerwood floors. They were site finished. Just be careful. After the final coat of poly we waited about 48 hours before completely covering the floor with RamBoard to protect them from damage during the remainder of the kitchen reno. The installer told us that the floor would be 90% cured in 24 hours but that it would take about 1 to 2 weeks before the floors were completely cured. After about a month or so, when the kitchen was completed we removed the floor covering and found that the poly was pealing in spots and there was a white-ish film that developed between the planks. After discussing with the installer we determined that by covering up the floors so well so soon it did not allow enough air flow to properly cure. We had to have the entire floor resanded to bare wood, and refinished. All is fine now. We used commercial grade water based sealers and poly.


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Really, really beautiful.


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Absolutely lovely. It must be a dream to cook in. Love the bar area with its separate sink. Great choice all around. Congrats!


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Wow- warm and cozy! Just my style!! Thank you for the details and close up shots!
Ours is finished as of today but terrible light for pictures!


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