84,093 integrated appliance Home Design Photos

Paul Anater
IMM
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To integrate the appliances or not? Integrated appliances significantly increase the cost
Integrated appliances. To integrate the appliances or not? Integrated appliances significantly increase the cost of
appliances covered in material of cabinets.
To integrate the appliances or not? Integrated appliances significantly increase the cost of a kitchen, not
covers all the bases, from the floating, skinny counters to the integrated appliances on the back wall. The island in the center of the room is as much
attractive to some home buyers, especially in a price range where integrated appliances are an expectation rather than an exception, your may not see the
Increased integration will be coming to a kitchen near you. No longer are paneled dishwashers
“FUN!” — daleyvr
Yvonne McFadden LLC
2 Reviews
Lake House
Ideabooks24,839
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2. What appliances do you need in your kitchen island?If you've decided you want to integrate appliances into your kitchen island, you
2. What appliances do you need in your kitchen island?If you’ve decided you want to integrate appliances into your kitchen island, you
Fridge integrated into wall...island appliances
“Sink” — Claire Green
Paul Anater
IMM
Ideabooks504
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Integration is the key to European kitchen
Love idea of integrated appliances that are less of the focal point than the classic US kitchen
i love the idea of appliances being folded away and hidden when not being used. great great idea: integrated appliances. This will make the division
Integration is the key to European kitchen design. Large, professional-size appliances were no where to be seen. Every appliance. it seemed, could be folded
size of a European home, but not all of it. A bigger presence of integrated appliances is something I know we'll be seeing more of in North America.
“Den wall” — escape design
Paul Anater
IMM
Ideabooks352
Questions2
what price category are the integrated kitchen appliances and who are the manufacturers?
Integrated appliances are commonly called built-in appliances in the US and Canada. Their price points are
are as varied as are their manufacturers. All of the appliance brands you know already make them.
This kitchen from the appliance manufacturer Gorenje integrates a refrigerator, two wall ovens
lot of appliances, but this room doesn't feel at all appliance heavy. What do you think about this level of sleek and minimized appliance integration?
lot of appliances, but this room doesn't feel at all appliance heavy. What do you think about this level of sleek and minimized appliance integration?
Like the hidden appliance look :)
“Kitchen cupboard” — aosh
Primo Interior Design
My Little Kitchen and Cloakroom
Ideabooks140
Questions0
integrate microwave for more worktop space?
Integrate appliancesYou may yearn for a huge, freestanding range complete with five burners, but a small-scale kitchen is not the place to install one
one. Instead, integrate your appliances for a more streamlined look and space-savvy solution. Building the microwave into a cupboard will free up worktop
“extractor” — wendycrocker
Paul Anater
IMM
Ideabooks861
Questions3
Can you please let me know where I can get these appliances? Thanks
I'd love to have integrated appliances and a skinny counter top.
IMM's Living Kitchen and 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
Stackable appliances...stacked appliances...look for smaller integrated appliances...Appliance and wall...integrated appliances...Apartment sized appliances...love this integrated steam oven,
“standalone” — lglg
Francesco Pierazzi Architects
19 Reviews
Ex Albergo Arnetoli, Loft Conversion
Ideabooks248
Questions2
Back wall kitchen hiding appliances and allowing an easier integration of kitchen living space
Integrate your appliances Ditching clutter is one of the keys to a successful open-plan area
Integrate appliances - everything hidden away, looking neat
living spaces, this can prove tricky. Consider hiding everything from appliances to white goods away behind a long bank of sleek cupboard doors to keep
Integrate your appliancesDitching clutter is one of the keys to a successful open-plan area
living spaces, this can prove tricky. Consider hiding everything from appliances to white goods away behind a long bank of sleek cupboard doors to keep
“Painted beams” — uniquepackage
RWA Architects
1 Review
Kitchen
Ideabooks4,933
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Flush surfaces are also used in an integrated kitchen. Appliances don't stick out or sit in recesses; they are in line with the rest of the cabinetry.
Integrated refrigerator...lighting; appliance; concrete; floor
“Cabinets and stools” — davisdr
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