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TerraCotta Properties
6 Reviews
Ansley Kitchen Renovation
that the appliances located in the island are not stainless steel ( ss sticks out like a sore thumb ) and have their panels to match the wood. Very nice.
All appliances camouflaged.
Hidden Dishwasher/Appliances
cabinet facing for appliances
Hidden appliances...Appliance Finish
“Double dishwasher in island” — silviamullens
Ibarra Rosano Design Architects
7 Reviews
Levin Residence
They are doors that lift upward to reveal a small appliance garage, using the Blum® Aventos HL Lift-up system.
what if we go to a two level and hide appliances there?
Another view of the appliance garage
Cabinets on bar. Would that help hide appliances?
and appliance storage
Counter storage - appliance garage
Appliance Finish
“Two heights on the counter top clean west coast modern is this the look ?” — Square Footage Custom Kitchens & Bath Inc.
Mosaic Loft
Adorn Pendant Backsplash
counters, cabinets; dark pulls & appliances; backsplash
maple with oil rubbed bronze and light counter tops. black appliances
light cabinets, backsplash, black appliances, black pulls/knobs on cabinets
with white appliances?
light cabinets black appliance
black appliances...Appliance Finish
“backsplash” — jenncannone
Ventana Construction LLC
11 Reviews
Alki Cottage
by model. Your best bet would be to call your local appliance distributor. Here is the link to the BlueStar website: http://www.bluestarcooking.com/products/freestanding-ranges
Possibly - there are definitely codes around exhaust for appliances like furnaces not being near operable windows. I would
the appliances colored and leave the cabinets natural
Have fun with appliances. This turquoise range from BlueStar gives this kitchen a mid-century feel reminiscent of Mad Men.
Yes, stainless steel is the most popular choice for appliances. Thankfully, some people chart their own courses so that every
“Fornuis” — Brigitte Spalburg
Debra Toney, AIA Assoc.
Debra Toney Kitchens
Love the appliances in the photo. What brand is the wall oven
coordinating wood throughout with coordinating appliances and fireplace.
Specific AppliancesOvens. Gone are the days when ovens had to be placed right under the range. Today oven arrangements have more to do with the confines of a kitchen and with individual cooking styles than with appliance limitations. Get the story: Find the Right Oven
“Double oven” — basser55
modern house architects
4 Reviews
The ranges look like two seperate Viking ranges, one is 48" and the other looks like 30". And at the left side is a built-in deep fat fryer. Some appliance stores carry them. http://www.vikingrange.com/consumer/index.jsp
vintage, that get the very important ventilation job done. 7. Flexible small appliances. Not in the market for a complete state-of-the-art kitchen overhaul? Not to worry, appliance companies are coming out with more fun small appliances and gadgets to make cooking more enjoyable every day. 8. Cutting-edge
cook's dream. 2. Modular cooktops and ovens. Flexibility is at the forefront of cutting-edge kitchen design these days. All the state-of-the-art appliance companies are now offering 15"-24" cooking modules that fit into the countertop on their own or side-by-side to create a custom cooking environment
“Kitchen stove” — Linda Singh
Kim Nichols
Kim Nichols
BEAUTIFUL!!! I think your house has more comments than any I've ever seen! LOVE that you didn't use stainless steel appliances!
don't like: white appliances don't work with cabinets
Cream cabinets White appliances
oatmeal cabinets with white appliances?
White appliances...white appliances...Appliance Finish
“similar layout black and cream with red” — Kyle Bullock
Alder and Tweed
2 Reviews
Silver Strike Lodge
The microwave built in like this with appliance cupboard beneath would be good.
Microwave with appliance center, tile rug!
appliance garage under microwave
stainless appliances
appliance garage...Appliance center...Appliance Finish
“Cabinets” — brittmjordan
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