896,873 Floor-to-Ceiling Cabinets Home Design Photos

Stephen Graver Ltd
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Trebarwith
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Hi, I love your kitchen! Could you please tell me take type and finish of wood and also the colors for walls, cabinets, and the island
kitchen to ensure the room has a sense of symmetry.’ Built-in floor-to-ceiling cabinets between the windows conceal a fridge-freezer, as well as storage
kitchen, to ensure the room has a sense of symmetry.” Built-in floor-to-ceiling cabinets between the windows conceal a fridge-freezer, as well as storage
storage to ensure clutter is kept out of sight. The burnt-oak flooring – used throughout the house – is another practical solution and conceals cosy underfloor
storage to ensure clutter is kept out of sight. The burnt-oak flooring — used throughout the house — is another practical solution. It conceals cozy underfloor
Love the floor to ceiling pantries
“wood floor” — sclife
Jeneration Interiors
10 Reviews
Bar
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what are the dimensions of the cabinet behind the bar?
Could you please tell me more about the brass floor lamp? Thanks!
What is the height width of the cabinets on the wall What is the length of the bar counter?
Narrow floor to ceiling cabinets for east wall
This is interesting that there is a very slim cabinet build into the wall. They actually make these cabinets very slim and perhaps we could add one behind
Shallow glass cabinet for on top of buffet
bonus, the burgundy-coloured glasses here add real impact to the floor-to-ceiling cabinet.
burgundy-colored glasses in this Los Angeles bar add real impact to the floor-to-ceiling cabinet.
Earth tones from the industrial-vintage floor lamp base, bar stools and window dressing warm up the bar at the corner of the family room.
“Narrow floor to ceiling cabinets for east wall” — lmfroyum
Muratore Construction + Design
22 Reviews
Kitchen of the Week: Steel Cabinets Define an Industrial Loft
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Kitchen of the Week: Steel Cabinets Define an Industrial Loft
the steel cabinet frame as well as the ladder. The counter tops are nice as well
Steel is the kitchen’s main ingredient, cladding the nearly floor-to-ceiling cabinets, the massive island and even portions of the redwood structural
PhotoSteel is the kitchen’s main ingredient, cladding the nearly floor-to-ceiling cabinets, the massive island and even portions of the redwood structural
so the upper cabinet “bridge” storage was left for the pantry and extra dishware. Given the height of the loft, though, the tall cabinets helped cut down
so the upper cabinet ‘bridge’ storage was left for the pantry and extra tableware. Given the height of the loft, though, the tall cabinets helped cut down
“Smooth transition.” — CDB Home
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The Works
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Sellwood Library House
Ideabooks15,527
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a beautiful master bedroom. Beautiful French doors and dark stained wood floors add to the eclectic mix of original craftsmanship and modern influences
Is the ceiling material actually painted boards or paneling?
floor to ceiling wardrobe as wall or in wall
The V-groove ceilings in the bedrooms and hallway are another nod to the building's original style.
1. Build in floor-to-ceiling cabinets. Consider investing
1. Build in floor-to-ceiling cupboardsConsider investing in tall, narrow cupboards or shelving.
investing in tall, narrow cabinets or shelving. Surrounding a doorway on both sides looks balanced, and you can fit a surprising amount of clothing into
into a narrow space when it reaches all the way to the ceiling.2. Use a tote to stow dry cleaning. Do your clothes awaiting dry cleaning tend to pile up
“cottage style board ceiling” — lefebvre_gwen
Actual Size Projects
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Country Crib
Ideabooks8,017
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The blue-ish floors are so stunning. They look like penny round tiles. What is the product and grout color?
FUNCTIONING MUDROOM #3 - Neat and clean. Not all of us like to have our jackets and coats on display. These floor-to-ceiling cabinet doors
Floor-to-ceiling cabinet doors excellent idea, for internal versatility whilst keeping clutter
love the look of these giant floor to ceiling lockers. Surely all kinds of
all of us like to have our jackets and coats on display. These floor-to-ceiling cabinet doors keep clutter out of sight and add an architectural statement
is both practical and minimalist: Ceramic hex tiles protect the hardwood floors while custom cabinetry houses coats, shoes and other loose items.
“Grain of wood cabinet” — yogita5201
Muratore Construction + Design
22 Reviews
Clocktower Loft
Ideabooks8,251
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There is no manufacturer. Our cabinet shop make the cabinets and we had them clad in steel.
I like the red brick walls and the ceiling height.
Industrial: brick, piping, woods, high ceilings and black
Style Trumps Ease in a San Francisco LoftSteel clads the nearly floor-to-ceiling cabinets in this unique industrial-style loft kitchen. Cool feature: In
“Love. The light fixture and iron window against red brick” — nowosiwsky101
Incorporated
Gallery Loft
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Wherendoes the low cabinet with the sliding doors
Is that an ikea cabinet? If so, what is the name? Beautiful room
The low cabinet is the Ascend white 55" Slliding Door Storage unit from Crate & Barrel
keeping things in order, it could be worthwhile to construct a floor-to-ceiling cabinet system. Yes, you will be losing valuable wall space — but having
“Ikea” — Crabtree Interiors
Studio Dearborn
32 Reviews
Forest Ave.
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I love the design of the oven cabinet. Would you please share the dimensions? Thanks!
The oven cabinet was custom designed to house the 30" wolf oven, so it is 30" wide. With 8 foot ceilings, the tray storage dimensions were pretty much
can be stashed sideways. Standard upper cabinets are 12 inches deep, whereas base and floor-to-ceiling cabinets measure 24 inches, making the latter the
can be stashed sideways. Standard upper cabinets are 12 inches deep, whereas base and floor-to-ceiling cabinets measure 24 inches, making the latter the
Stacking too many heavy platters on top of one another in an overhead cabinet is a recipe for disaster. It’s great to have a variety of platters to handle
“Platter storage” — Brett Jenkins
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