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clark kitchens and construction
5 Reviews
Venice Walk Street house
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should be to arrange your appliances into efficient work zones, watch for any awkward adjacencies. Avoid placing major appliances directly opposite each other, as this can create a traffic jam if both appliances are being used simultaneously. Also, try to keep appliances away from any corners, as corners prevent
sure you can open all of your cabinet doors and drawers without their running into one another. It's tough to avoid this with corner cabinets, but all other cabinets should open freely without banging into another door or a drawer. 4. Pay attention to appliance and cabinetry clearances. While your goal should
sure you can open all of your cabinet doors and drawers without their running into one another. It's tough to avoid this with corner cabinets, but all other cabinets should open freely without banging into another door or a drawer . 4. Pay attention to appliance and cabinetry clearances. While your goal
“Butterscotch Cabinets with White Countertops” — prbqp1
Chang + Sylligardos Architects
1 Review
kitchen
Ideabooks2,153
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the most common kitchen-related problem. The best-known problem food is probably chocolate, but other possibly toxic foods include avocados, grapes and raisins, macadamia nuts, onions, garlic and coffee. Other things to watch out for are sharp knives and little things like twist ties that can easily be
but other possibly toxic foods include avocados, grapes and raisins, macadamia nuts, onions, garlic and coffee. Other things to watch out for are sharp knives and little things like twist ties that can easily be swallowed.
Household workers and pets. If you have cleaners, gardeners or other household
the most common kitchen-related problem. The best-known problem food is probably chocolate, but other possibly toxic foods include avocados, grapes and raisins, macadamia nuts, onions, garlic and coffee. Other things to watch out for are sharp knives and little things like twist ties that can easily be
“Blue lights. Simplicity” — harbertsrenee
drozda+others architects
Kitchen
Ideabooks688
Questions1
drozda+others architects
“Like kitchen. And kick plate” — mcclurekendra
drozda+others architects
Kitchen and Dining Area
Ideabooks283
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drozda+others architects
“Floor” — dvsr
Jason Arnold Interiors
6 Reviews
K I T C H E N
Ideabooks4,869
Questions7
end to the other to cover various workstations.
I-shaped kitchensSo simple it’s often forgotten, the single galley kitchen (also known as the I-shaped kitchen) is a great solution for small spaces. For open lofts and small apartments, this layout is often the only available solution. Others love this
kitchens that have a classic work triangle, single galley kitchens put gear and groceries within quick reach. There are no deep corner cabinets or other spots where equipment may get pushed out of the way, so your things stay close at hand. Appliances tend to be close together as well.Small footprint
the I-shaped kitchen) is a great solution for small spaces. For open lofts and small apartments, this layout is often the only available solution. Others love this single-wall setup for its simplicity and affordability. Read the guide: Single-Wall Kitchens Catch the 'I'
“Chairs” — jjennings19
Turan Designs, Inc.
12 Reviews
Teri Turan
Ideabooks4,256
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Duck-egg green and warm gray. Because granite is a natural stone, it makes sense that it would work well with other hues from the natural world. Try it with other rock and mineral colors, like duck-egg green and warm stone gray.
Because granite is a natural stone, it makes sense that it would work well with other hues from the natural world. Try it with other rock and mineral colors, like duck-egg green and warm stone gray.
with granite? "2. Duck-egg green and warm gray. Because granite is a natural stone, it makes sense that it would work well with other hues from the natural world. Try it with other rock and mineral colors, like duck-egg green and warm stone gray."
2. Duck-egg green and warm gray. Because granite is a natural stone, it makes sense that it would work well with other hues from the natural world. Try it with other rock and mineral colors, like duck-egg green and warm stone gray.
“Counter tops granite” — bathroom64
Contemporary Kitchen
Ideabooks4,105
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the darker grey on one side and the clean white cabinets on the other. such a fresh look!
paired with other colors. Blue is a good choice, because it's opposite from orange on the color wheel. The two colors offer the most contrast to each other, so they make a bold, high-energy combo. When working with complementary colors, I like to make one the bolder hue and let the other serve as a lighter
“the chandelier” — leoethan
Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
16 Reviews
The Cliffs at Mountain Park: Private Residence
Ideabooks83,031
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We typically select paint colors in context with the other finishes. My best recommendation, without having samples with the exact tones of the cabinet stain, that Sherwin Williams Pediment 7634 or Mindful
Create a gathering spaceNothing warms up a space more than a group of friends or family chatting together and enjoying each other’s company. So make sure you create an area, such as this breakfast bar, where people can gather and linger comfortably. Choosing vintage seating – such
beautiful and unique kitchen featuring dark grayish-green wall cabinets. This stain color is a fantastic neutral that allows you to easily work in other colors, or you can keep the palette earth tone and neutral — as was done here — for a cozy and inviting feel.
“like the stools” — smench
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