1,851 garbage recycling center Home Design Photos

Noel Cross+Architects
7 Reviews
Villa Terra
Ideabooks7,396
Questions6
Douglas fir ceiling beams reclaimed from the Town & Country Village Shopping Center (now Santana Row) in San Jose. - Douglas fir ceiling decking reclaimed
from at least 15 different locations. Courtyard fountain is tiled using recycled and restored ceramic tiles from a 1928 California Colonial house in Los
16. Cotton Insulation Formaldehyde-free cotton insulation made from recycled blue jeans used extensively for attic insulation. photography by Frank
tree in center-JAR really wants this
“Cor Lareira externa” — Felipe Fernandes
Gilmans Kitchens and Baths
21 Reviews
San Mateo Contemporary Kitchen by Cynthia Collins - Feat. Dura Supreme Cabinetry
Ideabooks60
Questions1
Roll out shelving, lazy susans, trash/recycle, mixer lift, tilt down sink front, pull out pantry, beverage center for efficiency. Treve Johnson Photography
Roll out shelving, lazy Susan, trash/recycle, mixer lift, tilt down sink front, pull out pantry, beverage center for efficiency. Designed by Belmont Kitchen
“Dura Supreme” — Sam Remley
Tracy Garfield
Clean Laundry Room
Ideabooks14,745
Questions2
attractive baskets to store supplies, take that pile of plastic bags to the recycling center and hang brooms, mops and dusters from wall hooks.
attractive baskets to store supplies, take that pile of plastic bags to the recycling center and hang brooms, mops and dusters from wall hooks.
“vacuum closet” — jjarnes
Designs by SKill, LLC.
1 Review
Center of Attention
Ideabooks10
Questions0
elements. You know. That post and beam in the middle of the room. It’s the center of attention. When you walk into a room your eyes roam around, establishing
transformation is complete. This kitchen and all of its features are truly the center of attention in this home. ... ...
area more room so the half wall had to come out. We moved the trash and recycle cans into a cabinet, removed the heavy soffits and kept the sink under the
“Under cabinet lighting” — dsmith0879
Designs by SKill, LLC.
1 Review
Center of Attention
Ideabooks7
Questions0
elements. You know. That post and beam in the middle of the room. It’s the center of attention. When you walk into a room your eyes roam around, establishing
transformation is complete. This kitchen and all of its features are truly the center of attention in this home. ... ...
area more room so the half wall had to come out. We moved the trash and recycle cans into a cabinet, removed the heavy soffits and kept the sink under the
“Farfuria decorativa” — Liuba Serban
Designs by SKill, LLC.
1 Review
Center of Attention
Ideabooks3
Questions0
elements. You know. That post and beam in the middle of the room. It’s the center of attention. When you walk into a room your eyes roam around, establishing
transformation is complete. This kitchen and all of its features are truly the center of attention in this home. ... ...
area more room so the half wall had to come out. We moved the trash and recycle cans into a cabinet, removed the heavy soffits and kept the sink under the
“extend kitchen into dining/living room” — jpmorehouse
Designs by SKill, LLC.
1 Review
Center of Attention
Ideabooks5
Questions0
elements. You know. That post and beam in the middle of the room. It’s the center of attention. When you walk into a room your eyes roam around, establishing
transformation is complete. This kitchen and all of its features are truly the center of attention in this home. ... ...
area more room so the half wall had to come out. We moved the trash and recycle cans into a cabinet, removed the heavy soffits and kept the sink under the
“undercabinet lighting” — charjan
Designs by SKill, LLC.
1 Review
Center of Attention
Ideabooks5
Questions0
elements. You know. That post and beam in the middle of the room. It’s the center of attention. When you walk into a room your eyes roam around, establishing
transformation is complete. This kitchen and all of its features are truly the center of attention in this home. ... ...
area more room so the half wall had to come out. We moved the trash and recycle cans into a cabinet, removed the heavy soffits and kept the sink under the
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