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The island got the same maple wood and finishing treatment. “I usually don’t recommend maple for regular wipe staining,” Paige says. However, in this case, a faux finishing process worked well. The hood, island and shelves were all covered with a base paint, then carefully distressed and scuffed, then glazed with a brush in two different colors, black and brown.The island’s legs, Shaker-style drawers and bin pulls bring in farmhouse style, while the Cambria top and microwave drawer add more industrial touches. Stain: walnut, M.L Campbell; glazes: black and Van Dyke Brown8 Elements of a Farmhouse Kitchen The exposed brick is actually ¾-inch-thick brick veneer. “This gives the kitchen the feeling of one of the more industrial warehouse buildings you see in downtown Charleston,” Paige describes. It also helps bridge the gap between the traditional Shaker cabinets and all the sleek stainless steel. The countertops are Silestone. “They look very organic,” Bogan explains. Organic was another important element of the kitchen’s style.