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small European appliances — to save on space. Open shelving instead of upper cabinetry and a turquoise Venetian plaster ceiling create the illusion of more space. http://www.houzz.com/ideabooks/3419146/list/10-Tiny-Kitchens-Whose-Usefulness-You-Won-t-Believe
above appliances, like it away from being over the stove.
small appliances below... make a "garage" to house those...
several European appliances as they tend to save space and energy. Pendant: Sol Pendant, CB2Refrigerator: Liebherr
small European appliances — to save on space. Open shelving instead of upper cabinetry and a turquoise Venetian plaster ceiling create the illusion of more space.
What I found most interesting were the U.S. manufacturers who were at IMM's Living Kitchen and showing new appliances they don't sell in the U.S. This is a stack of built-in
I'd love to have integrated appliances and a skinny counter top.
oven, dishwasher, and steam oven in one appliance.
showing new appliances they don't sell in the U.S. This is a stack of built-in appliances from KiitchenAid, a brand made by the Whirlpool corporation. Shown here are a steam oven, a small dishwasher and a wall oven. Can you see any of these trends ever making it on this side of the Atlantic? I'd welcome
doors - appliance garage or beverage center possibility
to hide appliances. be good on a bench
LIKE: A cabinet with shallow shelves sitting on the counter for small appliances. The shallow shelves mean you don't have to slide the appliance forward to use it
Love the retractable doors and hidden electronic appliances
is a European nuance to a small and highly functional kitchen done all in white, down to the tableware. No colors to distract from the purpose of the space. Methodical and collected.
San Jose Res 2
midrange appliances like Electrolux and Kitchen Aid. I love the industrial handles but I'm wondering if the look of these handles is too bulky for this area? The midrange appliances don't do quite as refined an industrial handle as the upscale ones. Will the bow and arrow (softer look) and a built-in
white appliances and need to add color - is this stone? can you tell me who makes it? Thanks!!
kitchens by Europeans for thousands of years. The granite folks would like you to think that their product is superior. Not so. Unless you are an oink-oink pig (spill red wine, leave it there for a month) staining will happen so rarely that it shouldn't be a factor in the decision.
making appliances with oil rubbed bronze finishes, I think we're all stuck with the somewhat utilitarian look of SS, white, and black (unless you integrate into cabinetry completely).
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
and/or appliances with oil rubbed bronze?
black) appliances (including the smaller counter appliances), the black island, the stainless finish of the stools, the nickel (?) finish of the faucet, etc. It is about balancing the mixture of finishes. Also by having both finishes it gives the kitchen a more eclectic/lived in look. It is well designed
: the European attitude and the American attitude. “When you enter into a European building, you can walk on the stone floors that are centuries old. Here in America, everything is roped off. I think that Europeans live more casually and enjoy the patina created from use and aging, where as some Americans
New Mood Design LLC
New Mood Design
grey-stained European oak are topped with quartz countertops. The bronze leather bar stools are height-adjustable, from bar-height to table-height and any height in between. They're perfect for extra seating, as needed, in the living and dining room areas. Photograph © Darren Edwards, San Diego
number of appliances; storage needs) and their stylistic goals (modern, transitional, traditional). Our job is to interpret their overall goals and transform the space so that it fits their vision. We usually develop a vision for the space plan and finishes soon after our initial meetings with the client
client: European Oak planks and a custom stain.
client: European Oak planks and a custom stain.”
stained European oak; counters: Quartz Reflections, Caesarstone; bar stools: designed by Karim Rashid for Bonaldo
Kitchen AppliancesGone are the days when consumers scratched their heads at energy labels on appliances — today's homeowners are savvy and want the most bang for their buck in the long and short term. Choosing ecofriendly appliances — particularly in the kitchen — can help, which is why so many Houzz readers
guarantees the appliance has met government standards. However, all Energy Star appliances are not created equal — energy consumption still varies significantly from model to model. The Energy Star website can help you compare models to find to the most efficient refrigerator.Size matters. If you buy a refrigerator
Ecofriendly AppliancesSo many kitchen appliances today come with some sort of ecofriendly or sustainability guarantee slapped to the front of the box. But what actually makes a difference to the environment and your energy bill? Paying close attention to the size and energy output before buying a new appliance
Daniel Marshall Architect
it is european oak - bleached and blonded
is european oak - bleached and blonded
What is bleached European Oak? What does "bleach and blonded" mean?
European Oak - Bleached & Blonded
major appliances "behind the scenes", in built in cupboards!
European oak bleach and blonded
bleached European oak