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Tali Hardonag Architect
cabinets. This cottage looking kitchen does an amazing job blending old with new.
Old units with new
Northern Virginia Painting Professionals
We have been working in the Northern Virginia and Maryland area for over a decade and have many happy clients on both sides of the beltway.
old and new tog, eclectic mix, neutral tones
old picture with new
Maison Frie au Four
Old & new combo...Like the old meets new
Kelley & Company Home
Country Bathroom Design
Combining old & new tile
Combination of old and new
Nobbs Radford Architects
Old and new blend on reno
Liz Levin Interiors
traditional suits the family in this Federal style row house. Mingling old and new with the bold and beautiful makes this small space a real stunner, kid
I googled old teacher's posters "Dick and Jane"- these are the teaching size books used
I love the old reading pictures on this wall, its quite a nice idea that the baby can grow
The wall picture of old book
Vancouver - Shaughnessy Condo Kitchen
plank wood floor and homestead enamel sink, its a wonderful blend of old and new. Nice appliance features include the European style Liebherr integrated
Ikea cabinet pieces to create the new vision. Walls were moved and structural posts created to accommodate the new configuration. One area that was a
fridge that also holds another 40 bottles of white. They sourced a 140-year-old wrought iron gate that fit the wall space, and re-purposed it as a functional
counter depth, integrated fridge also really helped with the width. The new fridge is about 6" narrower than the beast we had.
The new kitchen has many of the original kitchen's Ikea cabinets. Babakaiff complemented the existing cabinetry with custom details and additional cabinets
Clean fresh ideas for my new kitchen
Albert, Righter & Tittmann Architects, Inc.
River Point is a new house that incorporates a row of picturesquely disheveled old sheds and barns into a connected whole. The aim is to play up the idea
idea of organic growth over time, without jarring contrasts between old and new buildings. The sheds set the stage, one of them acting as a gate lodge
with expressive, exaggerated roof brackets also signals that the new house isn’t an old farm building. Photography by Robert Brewster