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Transitional Twist Kitchen
shades provide a bolder pop of color. With a roomy island that seats four and a 48-inch range with double oven, this kitchen can handle some serious cooking and entertaining. Copyright Kitchens.com
“Range hood” — kaifes
De Mattei Construction
8 Reviews
Kitchen View
The glass cook top is located on the center island.
“color gloss” — mlsrph
Michael Goodsmith Design
the striated marble backsplash and the butcher block floating shelves, the thoughtful blend of materials transformed this kitchen into a fun place to cook and entertain guests. photo by: Michael Goodsmith
“Shiny tiles” — ashleysuzy
1 Review
Water-tower project
the electrical appliances are integrated here invisible to the eye. Floor units on a high plinth which thus appear to be floating form the actual cooking centre within the kitchen, attached to the wall. A range of handle-less wall units concludes the glazed niche at the top. LEICHT international: “A
“London” — zinika62
Schrader & Companies
11 Reviews
Powder Room
foyer. Repurposing the old laundry room into a functional mudroom enhanced the family entrance. The truly modern kitchen looks as beautiful as it cooks. A 48-inch Wolf range is set off by a lavish François & Co. stone backsplash and very detailed custom cabinets and millwork. An elaborate island and
“idea/concept” — danakerr81
Martin Bros. Contracting, Inc.
5 Reviews
Kitchen Remodel
The owner of this home wanted to interact with family while cooking in the kitchen. The floor plan of their home didn't make this possible. A wall between the kitchen offered a see-through fireplace and opened niches above the shelves, it just didn't offer the open plan they desired. Out came the old
“Armoires” — ritarodrigue
Loop Design
1 Review
Dandelion House
heart of South Austin. The entire first floor was opened up and the kitchen enlarged and upgraded to meet the demands of the homeowners who love to cook and entertain. The upstairs master bathroom was also completely renovated and features a large, luxurious walk-in shower. Photography by Atelier Wong
“Stove backsplash” — taliann
Lai Residence
couple with a recent newborn daughter, this residence is centered on a common area on the lower floor that supports a wide range of activities, from cooking and dining, family entertainment and music, as well as coming together as a family by its visually seamless transitions from inside to outside to merge
“blinds as wall separation??” — grapeson
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