Tuesday, January 13, 2009


Anne Carroll Turner (from Cottage Living November/December 2008) I am enamored with this kitchen make-over that Anne Turner did in her own house. The thing I hate most about nearly all kitchens is the space that's above kitchen cabinets. I never know what to put there and the vacancy annoys me. Creatively, Anne Turner raised her cabinets and trimmed them with crown so that they touch the ceiling. Then she installed shelving below the cabinets for every day items that need to be accessible. Genius. I just love the redo.

Resources Paint on walls: Farrow & Ball "Lime White" Paint on cabinets: Uppers; same as walls, Lowers; F&B "Mouse's Back" Window sashes and doors: F&B "Stoney Ground" Hardware: Restoration Hardware, Ephram 6" pulls Countertops: Black honed granite from Dupont at Lowes Wood Countertops: Walnut butcher block from AWP Butcher Block Appliances: Kenmore Pro, Sears Tile/Splash: Ann Saks, Capriccio in antique white Pendants in kitchen: Restoration Hardware, Harmon Pendant in dark brass Dining table: vintage Dining chairs: Zentique Dining room chandelier: vintage Floors:Lumber Liqudators 2 1/4" white oak select stained with half formula of Special Walnut Faucet: Price Pfister Paint on Dining Room Walls: Pratt & Lambert "Sierra Night"

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