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Bright and airy space...
Good combo of light colors, stone and mix of furnishings
WAY too elegant for us...beautiful room that I DON'T want.
Nice use of pops of color
No to stools or weak chairs, but nice combo.
Nice room that only needs some big pops of color.
I want a turquoise buddha! :)
God I love wallpaper like this...bit of shine to it is awesome.
Like the colors...
THIS island! Okay, maybe smaller but love it. Wood, steel, undercabinets.
Pretty pretty bathroom
A little monochromatic but not bad
Steel and high cabinets
Pete likes this too. Metal on wood. Frosted glass cabinets. Might not be exact tone of wood.
Nice eclectic mix
Soothingly calm and peaceful
Nice mix of colors and furniture styles. Nice chairs.
Nice island and overall feel.
Right size and layout!
P: potential corner solution in dining room - space for both desktop and Pete's zone?
P: gradations of color!
P: just a small visual divisor between office area and the rest of the space
P: office/desk gets tucked away when not needed
P: bright/open/woody even without natural light
P: this looks like a useful island with cabinets on both sides. Do we like the tiered height?
P: love the green tile against the wood and steel
P: interesting double island idea! But responding most to the cozy and warm lighting - am very concerned about kitchen feeling dark without windows in it. This looks like they've solved that well.
P: not this condo, but I do love this. Looks very organic, woodsy, connected to outdoors, with cool mod touches like the glass top
P: selective use of a Japanese screen like this could be interesting. Backlit = fake window?
P: intriguing lighting here. Also, is that a faucet with no sink?
P: more interesting lighting going on behind range. And hadn't considered single lamp over island but this one is classy.
Instead of hidden desk in dining room, combine with dining shelving
Mixed dining office
Dining desk combo. Can be folded down and be a buffet when dining. Office chair turns to be a dining captains chair.
What about a tall rolling door to hide whichever side is not in use; either the desk or the dining hutch?
Hidden desk/wall storage combo.
Match the pantry interior to backsplash?
Maybe a muted grout?