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Therese Interior Design & Decoration
Bohemia Rhapsody
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warm tones, masculine feel, counters and ample storage. Relocated sink and doorways; removed soffit, updated cabinetry, appliances, flooring, custom tile design, new eat in counter area which opens to family room/library on one side and living room on other; tripled counter space!!! Added custom window
counters and ample storage. Relocated s
new eat in counter area which opens to f
“definitely tile vs wood flooring” — darab82
Kayron Brewer, CKD, CBD / Studio K B
12 Reviews
Master Bath Retreat
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shower with custom features and a shower seat and decided to forgo the typical big soaking tub. The vanity area shown in this photo has plenty of storage within the mirrored wall cabinets and the large drawers below. The mirrors were cased out with the matching woodwork and crown detail. The countertop
I would like to put a vanity storage tower on my counter top but I am worried about water damage and maintenance of the wood. Can you provide any advice or guidance on care and maintenance? Thank
much would the marbol cost for the counter?
what is the counter top, flooring, and shower tile
cabinet on the end and what is the width of the above the counter tower? Thanks so much in advance.
Does the marble counter go beneath the upper cabinets? If so, were the cabinets installed
“Neutral color scheme” — Kristin Drake
The Hammer & Nail, Inc.
11 Reviews
Classic White
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Hi, I was wondering what the end-all total storage space was for this? Thank you in advance. :)
This is amazing i never thought that in my small kitchen i could hold so much storage, great ideas and beautiful design, lovely waaw
i realy love the storage very nicely done and manage every thing
Ample storage for small items in a small footprint
the storage options...storage without using horizontal space
Pretty cool storage. Especially for spice racks etc
function. Upgrading appliances and improving storage came next.
4. Include ample storage. There are so many accessories and appliances available for modern kitchens, it's easy to feel overwhelmed and forget about storage. Don't underestimate how much storage you'll need for food, flatware and all the
“great idea for compact storage with good looks” — Madalyn Haire
Shannon Cabinetry
shannon cabinetry
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I have room to set my hutch back a bit and create more counter space in front of the hutch. Is there a "rule of thumb" for the right amount of space in front of the hutch? This photo depicts a good amount of space
details on this cabinet? Mfg, model, size, and depth? Also, in general do you recommend 12" or 15" depth for this type of cabinet? Concern about losing counter space. Thanks, Irene
height of the cabinets are 59" from the counter to the top.
The space in front can be any size. Keep in mind whatever is on the counter is in the way of opening doors and drawers. In another photo of my pictures you will see a hutch with just 1 1/2 " of counter in front. This cabinet is a pantry and
and will be accessed more often, so counter space in front of a pantry hutch would be of no use. Also the extra depth was needed in the pantry hutch.
“Narrow glassware cabinet” — rebeccajbrown
ZeroEnergy Design
10 Reviews
Dining Area and Wine Storage
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wine rack idea for north side bar counter
bar stools and wine storage in island
love the ceasar stone counters Love love
plenty of work, storage, and socializing space: "The generous counter space provides ample working area for food prep, seating for everyday use, and a built-in wine rack to cradle each vintage. The result is a clean, expansive working space with friendly aesthetics and ample storage to meet the needs
“wine rack built into stone wall” — aidanzoie
Kitchens by Meyer Inc.
PRISTINE IN THE COUNTRY
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kitchen on other side under counter
nice platter/baking pan/cookie sheet storage idea
Good storage for platters but use in butlers pantry.
A single, full-size pullout behind cabinet doors provides room for larger platters. Its location directly under a large countertop ensures an ample workstation for filling up a big serving dish.
“Platters” — allig56
Krieger + Associates Architects Inc
4 Reviews
Interior view of kitchen with custom pot rack
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a coated copper roof to distinguish it from the main house and recall the family’s Maine coast cabin. A clerestory above the cooking area provides ample light throughout the year, and provides passive cooling. Windows and doors open the large interior volume to the maple, the outdoor garden and patio
Are these butcher block counters on the end? If so, are they durable?
the cooking area provides ample light throughout the year, and provides passive cooling. Windows and doors open the large interior volume to the maple, the outdoor garden and patio. Photos: Jeffrey Totaro
wooden counter between the white cabinets
Butcher block on either side of the oven if we can't save the counters!
dining table and chairs + counter
“color and type of floor. Brazilian -does not flake” — Jan Jenkins
Powell Construction
5 Reviews
Cape Cod Additions
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This kitchen went under an enormous transformation through a 75 square foot addition and the relocation of all three legs of the work triangle; sink, refrigerator and range. Previously, the work triangle used three of the four walls of the kitchen and consumed basically the entire floor area. To accommodate
I like the more slim version of wood counter. What is the thickness?
I need to replace my range and majority of better ranges extend beyond my existing counter line. Looking at this photo is the range protruding from counter line?
What kind of wood is the counter tops? and is there any special care that needs to be taken - besides no hot items or knife marks?
Thank you so much. Can anybody make these or is there a vendor that specializes in that kind of counter and finish? Also, what is the upkeep like? Should they be refinished every few years? Thank you again. The countertop is lovely!
“Microwave” — Stephanie Rigas
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