723,963 bi-color Home Design Photos

Artistic Designs for Living, Tineke Triggs
23 Reviews
modern victorian
Ideabooks1,096
Questions2
Also I would like to know the color of the countertop please?
What is the color of the bottom cabinets?
I love the cabinet color, would love to know the paint color also:)
high cabs, lower cab color, splash of color
2 tone. Love lower cabinet color
two color cabinets with vintage feel.
stove and color choices
two tone cabinet color
Dif color upper to lower
Cabinet two tone color
gray bi-color...bi-color cabinets....Color palette...Bi- color cabinets...two color cabinets...the color scheme...Cabinet color...the colours...Mixed cabinet color...Cabinet colors...lower cabinet color...Color cabs
“kitchen” — kerklauer
Bernhard Woodwork Ltd.
8 Reviews
Private Residence
Ideabooks2,288
Questions4
bi-colored walls and curtain around bed
It would be perfect for the guest room...colors
Here's a smart way to add color yet keep it toned down in a bedroom — paint part of the wall with your chosen blue hue and keep the remainder white or light-colored. This lets you inject a shade that might be too overwhelming if it covered all four walls.
“Use rods on the ceiling to make a poster bed!” — Amber Kloster
Terranova Construction, K & B
1 Review
Transitional Bi-Color Kitchen in McLean, VA
Ideabooks16
Questions0
Transitional Bi-Color Kitchen in McLean, VA
Transitional Bi-Color Kitchen in McLean, VA
Hampton Species: Maple Color: Starlight with Coffee
Kabinart Cabinetry - Bi-Color Kitchen
colorful pendant
“Kabinart” — annaforrester
Hyde Park Lumber & Design
Traditional Bi-colored Kitchen with Island
Ideabooks5
Questions0
This traditional bi-color painted kitchen was a remodel project we did in historic Glendale, OH. The original kitchen area was dark, out-dated, had soffits at the ceiling and was subdivided with a knee wall which really chopped up the room. We opened the space up with a larger window, removed the soffits
soffits, added a lot more lighting, and added a nice of touch of creativity to the white perimeter with a touch of color in the island and matching hood. The homeowners empty nester lifestyle included entertaining friends and family, hosting local neighborhood planning meetings, and enjoying quiet mornings
heading out to their daily activities. The wife wanted a way to bring a bit of their beautiful backyard into the kitchen, so using the soft bluish green color accomplished that nicely.
“Shape of island but bigger to seat 5.” — orkisz13
Hyde Park Lumber & Design
Traditional Bi-colored Kitchen with Island
Ideabooks0
Questions0
This traditional bi-color painted kitchen was a remodel project we did in historic Glendale, OH. The original kitchen area was dark, out-dated, had soffits at the ceiling and was subdivided with a knee wall which really chopped up the room. We opened the space up with a larger window, removed the soffits
soffits, added a lot more lighting, and added a nice of touch of creativity to the white perimeter with a touch of color in the island and matching hood. The homeowners empty nester lifestyle included entertaining friends and family, hosting local neighborhood planning meetings, and enjoying quiet mornings
heading out to their daily activities. The wife wanted a way to bring a bit of their beautiful backyard into the kitchen, so using the soft bluish green color accomplished that nicely.
Hyde Park Lumber & Design
Traditional Bi-colored Kitchen with Island
Ideabooks1
Questions0
This traditional bi-color painted kitchen was a remodel project we did in historic Glendale, OH. The original kitchen area was dark, out-dated, had soffits at the ceiling and was subdivided with a knee wall which really chopped up the room. We opened the space up with a larger window, removed the soffits
soffits, added a lot more lighting, and added a nice of touch of creativity to the white perimeter with a touch of color in the island and matching hood. The homeowners empty nester lifestyle included entertaining friends and family, hosting local neighborhood planning meetings, and enjoying quiet mornings
heading out to their daily activities. The wife wanted a way to bring a bit of their beautiful backyard into the kitchen, so using the soft bluish green color accomplished that nicely.
Hyde Park Lumber & Design
Traditional Bi-colored Kitchen with Island
Ideabooks2
Questions0
This traditional bi-color painted kitchen was a remodel project we did in historic Glendale, OH. The original kitchen area was dark, out-dated, had soffits at the ceiling and was subdivided with a knee wall which really chopped up the room. We opened the space up with a larger window, removed the soffits
soffits, added a lot more lighting, and added a nice of touch of creativity to the white perimeter with a touch of color in the island and matching hood. The homeowners empty nester lifestyle included entertaining friends and family, hosting local neighborhood planning meetings, and enjoying quiet mornings
heading out to their daily activities. The wife wanted a way to bring a bit of their beautiful backyard into the kitchen, so using the soft bluish green color accomplished that nicely.
Terranova Construction, K & B
1 Review
Transitional Bi-Color Kitchen in McLean, VA
Ideabooks3
Questions0
Transitional Bi-Color Kitchen in McLean, VA
Transitional Bi-Color Kitchen in McLean, VA
colorful pendant
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