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Studio Z Architecture
11 Reviews
Maywood Ave. Home, Ann Arbor
The owner has collected it from art fairs and galleries in Ann Arbor and Santa Fe, mostly.
solution to add breakfast bar and maintain space-- back it up a few feet?
No upper cabs. Feels spacious. Love it...Breakfast bar to side of single column...glass bar...Post with a mini bar...Maywood Ave. Home, Ann Arbor
“Support post” — robinschirra
Jewett Farms + Co.
5 Reviews
History is in the details
Kitchen designed and constructed by Jewett Farms + Co. Cabinetry. Antique Oak floors by Jewett Farms + Co. Flooring. Photos by Eric Roth
This is a tile backsplash from Ann Sacks.
Jewett Farms + Co. Here is a link to the hardware. cliffsideind
Cab on right. Pantry hutch...Cab color...Bar back splash...wet bar in butlers...for my own bar cabinet
“Cabinet hardware, cabinets and flooring” — qurrentbrandy
Paul Moon Design
4 Reviews
backsplash tile is white and likely Ann sacks. Can you please specify the color of white that it is. I went to an Ann sacks dealer and saw several whites
I really love these. I am thinking about ordering Ann Sacks Context in the 2 x 11. Would you please tell me the length of these
Hey Paul, great kitchen. We're rehabbing a craftsman in Queen Anne so thanks for the inspiration. Would you mind sharing the details about
This tile is from Ann Sacks- it is Capriccio White Gloss
We sell a Brizo Bar/Prep Faucet that looks very similar to the one you are asking about, and at
“Kitchen” — katestarr
Joseph Mosey Architecture, Inc.
5 Reviews
Eagle Island
the kind of stainless steel apron front sink that is? I love it with its bar on the front and the overall look. Thanks so much.
The pot rack is from Ann-Morris, Inc. ...
The pot rack featured in the main article is from Ann-Morris, Inc.
height, desired finish/plating and whether you want lights or not to info@ann-morris.com. Address Hans, our production manager. Or call 212.755.3308 9am-6pm
Stainless sink. Like the towel bar right in front
fixture w hooks. wood shelves w wood backing in the glass front cabs. stainless sink w bar on the front.
rack is from Ann-Morris, Inc. ......Pot rack ? Anne Morris antiques
“like the lower cabinates” — bcmomabear
Fiorella Design
16 Reviews
San Jose Res 2
Love the Ann Sacks and Walker Zanger glossy subway tiles in light grays/blues/greens..
I'm adding a second bar on the other side of my middle island. There aren't any appliances on that side of the island or bar - could I bring it in closer
There are also self-trimming farm sinks. They are still large and heavy and require a special cabinet and internal
Try Ann Sacks Earthenware flannel crackle
“another clean kitchen” — terrilynne05
Goforth Gill Architects
3 Reviews
Queen Anne remodel kitchen
You could use a table for a kitchen island and then eat around it - more farm house style.
Queen Anne remodel kitchen...Under cab windows...Bar stools, counter color...Bar and lights...Bar stools...queen anne windows under...queen anne remodel kitchen
“this is what you don't want to do!” — tgrandin
Searl Lamaster Howe Architects
Anyone know who makes this faucet? Thanks! Anne
would love to see the same photo with tolix bar stools to bring out the pulls!
Island and sink contiguous. W eating bar.
farm sinks...Farm house sink...Bar stool...Clean lines Example of farm sink...simple cabs nice handles
“I want cabinets almost identical to these. Shaker type cabinets with a very shallow inset and indust” — taz12
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
White Brick Mediterranean
We have a version of this Bar Stools available at Mr Bar Stool In Old City Philadelphia. They are available in a variety
Farm sink, open wood shelves and countertop
knobs. Love the open plank shelves and the black-framed windows. The red bar stools add a splash of color to the overall look.
Red Tolix stools, Ann Sacks floor tiles and unadorned windows energize the kitchen. Helgerson and her team opened the space by removing a wall that had
sacrifice a slice of worktop or island unit when you build in a breakfast bar, especially if you’re fortunate enough to have a roomy kitchen like this one
sacrifice a slice of countertop or island unit when you build in a breakfast bar, especially if you’re fortunate enough to have a roomy kitchen. Here a separate
“Table legs at height” — rohais
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