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One possible style for kitchen...sleek cabinetry in gray-brown tones...include built in appliance garages with pull-out shelves, simple lift doors and built-in outlets.
Nice wall of cabinets, tho finish too shiny for me....great appliance garage with storage shelf for most frequently used staples....seems neat and efficient. Built in ovens look very nice, but small...not sure exactly what they are.
Would like to consider built-ins for Master closets and eliminate need for large chests/dresser in those 2 bedrooms.
This is the other type of kitchen i like, tho prob wouldn't do much glass and would prob use a cabinet style more like that in my current Master bath. Like this granite very much with this cabinet color. Don't like the cabinet pulls. Do like the stainless appliances.
Interesting floor.....color & pattern look pretty....supposedly a Daltile product in plank format. Many other tiles i like...mostly stone looks in soft gray/brown/cream combinations. Am wondering about tile vs wood for foyer and hallways along courtyard. Prob wood for dining & living rooms. Think kitchen and baths should be tile. Carpet in bedrooms. Don't know about other rooms....like look of hardwood but comfort of carpet......maybe a nice tight weave, embossed pattern type carpet for those rooms?
This is a little like what i envision for the courtyard.....but with fewer trees/plantings and more stone surfaces.
These cabinets to the ceiling look good, but how do you use them?
Like these glass pocket doors.
Nice pocket doors if you want privacy.
Nice fireplace wall possiibility....would want to put TV above. Also like the Barcelona chairs.
Nice tub...tho i like the one in my current Master bath, too.
Another fireplace wall option with a more traditional fireplace opening shape.
The simple, soft curved archway (without columns/trim) might be nice Dining area definition...maybe use same into Great Room and around Kitchen openings?
Another nice kitchen look....colors, cabinets, backsplash.....don't like the upper see-thru glass cabinet, tho.