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Archipelago Hawaii Luxury Home Designs
15 Reviews
Kona Hillside
Like more, but why?
kitchen 2 bel air
“kitchen” — Ivan David
DC Metro Tile, Stone & Countertops
Your One Stop shop for Granite, Marble, Quartz countertops and cabinets.
Ira Lippke
Ira Lippke
make a loft bed over the closet wall? WHy do kids need a tall closet where they can't reach things anyway? :)
What about a second floor in the kitchen just for a small table and 2 chairs
structure remains the same — with the exception of a bathroom — but the look couldn't be more different. Clean finishes, industrial undertones and a modern palette gave this small space new life.
“Small house” — follansbee
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Curb Appeal
not sure why i like this but it is really cool
Fence 2
“Like - lines” — merlemorris
Taste Design Inc
6 Reviews
East Side Eden
handmade tile since 1995, I'd say you're lucky if you can get as tight as 1/8" grout lines. I usually figure a .2" grout line (3/16") for standard installations. At the risk of geeking you out, here's why: When creating the original molds, in order for the clay to be able to fall out of it I have to slope all
There are some excellent reproduction taps and fittings. And remember, just because you have chosen a Victorian kitchen doesn't mean you can't use modern appliances. Simply hide them away or invest in the huge array of retro styles available.More: Back to the Future of the House
“Kitchen” — Miho McKay
Insignia Kitchen and Bath Design Studio
8 Reviews
Not your aunt's country kitchen
kitchen (new house) and am wondering if we will mind/like having our fridges located inside the walk in pantry. We have an open concept plan with only 2 kitchen walls - window wall & range wall - putting refrigerators in a large walk in pantry gives us a more cohesive look with the cabinetry - thought
the marine grade finish? is that food safe as well? im thinking that bars have wood counters, and they have wet glasses on them all day long...so why not my island??
Lighting. Victorian kitchens and modern kitchens both prioritize good lighting, although lighting may have been more important in Victorian homes, since most kitchens sat in the basement. The task lighting would have been simple and practical and located over the central worktable. The lights here
“Island countertop” — k8yb
Wade Design & Construction Inc
10 Reviews
Why would you use different tiles, two colors of granite then a different paint color? It looks like different people designed the room and put it together
cut from the same slab. I promise it is all the same color. The wall tiles form a tone, and the floor tiles form another. Unless you subscribe to Modernism as your style, different elements can be harmonious, coming together to create something new, eclectic, lovable, calming, comfortable, and beautiful
“Love this layout” — Dawn Green
Winn Design & Remodeling
6 Reviews
Oakton Curb-Appeal
and the rock is tight and no cracking of grout seams. Why is the scratch coat done ? Is it for another moisture barrier ? Would you know where they Purchased the Juliet balcony railing ? I am looking for that type in composite ,
It is a 2" thin veneer laid with grout joints. Nothing special, just
Modern castle
“the black and white paint with the grey rock” — Nancy Wiedemann
Joel Kelly Design
8 Reviews
Dining Room
Wall colour with the wood grains and cream colour curtains. Warm but modern.
Like the chairs, the 2 carved pictures and that fantastic slab of gorgeousness.
Heft as a design element. This is one of those rooms that can take a while to figure out why it works so perfectly. Closer examination shows an abundance of detail in the pieces surrounding the dining table — scroll work in the console table, the intricate carvings in the wall-hung panels and the co
“table” — lsaeger25
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