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This kitchen was designed using enchantment patina copper sheets. The copper countertop was a great fit against the black cabinets. The countertop was created using 36 gauge enchantment patina copper sheets with a base coat of lacquer followed by a flood coat of commercial bar top epoxy. This project was very easy to do.
6 file(s) - Uploaded by: Toddesign
Created: Aug 1, 2009 | Flag
Total Ratings: 14
PS - it would NOT let me add to my original "70's to Now story"- sorry.
My husband and I did everything accept the granite counters. We took down walls and doors and he did real, piece by piece bead board. We aren't completely finished but with the new lighting and the Sharp Microwave drawer we are happy. We got the copper beer tub on line and he turned it into an oven hood. A copper hood was over $2K!!! Our hood was $80. plus the vent/light insert for $100.
After suffering with stainless steel appliances I opted for white which I can keep spotless. And, we used a soft shrimp color to keep the walls fresh and clean.
Now it is a great, small kitchen for us to cook together - the french door frig' was a great space saver - I wish we could have afforded the counter depth but it was $800 MORE - YIKES. We are close to the beach and wanted a relaxed style. We hope you enjoy it as we do. With appliances we spent around $17,000 and got everything we needed.
6 file(s) - Uploaded by: PoggioSecco
Created: Mar 19, 2008 | Flag
Total Ratings: 64
This is our new AUTHENTIC Tuscan Farm house we just built. We were the GC of the project and brought to the project years of research and even experience living in Italy to make a truly authentic livable space outside of Austin TX in the Hill Country.The Austin Business Journal just did an story on us: Read all about it at: http://www.bizjournals.com/austin/stories/2008/03/17/story14.html?b=1205726400^1604750
My husband and I designed this kitchen with our three boys in mind (they eat a LOT). We are stumped as to what type of backsplash to use.