94 commercial grade appliance Craftsman Home Design Photos

Alexandra Luhrs Interior Design
4 Reviews
Modern Kitchen
contemporary (stain grade)...Hide small appliances...Appliance garage 2...Hood fan. Flush appliances
“Layout” — marilynconnors
Marty Rhein, CKD, CBD - BAC Design Group
12 Reviews
Cottage Bungalow
products and designs! The shelving and counter tops are constructed of paint-grade poplar face framing, 3/4" MDF shelves, with a tongue & groove bead board
I would love two of these. One for appliances and one for food
Pantry with natural light and shelf for appliances
“pantry” — j2appleseed
Traditional Kitchen
Logo says Garland - they're a commercial appliance manufacturer that offered a residential model for a few years in the 1990s. That product line was spun
backsplash insets, black appliances, granite
“Kitchen” — Linda Stoka
Bosworth Hoedemaker
3 Reviews
or 4 feet to a cramped kitchen can open up a world of possibilities for appliances and additional cabinetry. If this can be achieved by cantilevering the
Grade ideas
“cantilevered kitchen addition” — mamapapa0429
Ventana Construction LLC
13 Reviews
Greenlake Custom Home
Brushed nickel on craftsman cabinets.....goes well with stainless appliances.
Wood FinishesWhen a stain-grade wood is selected for cabinets, it can mean wildly different things, depending upon the shop and what your desires are.
“kitchen cherry cabinets light floor” — jenctwo
Kathryn Tegreene Interior Design
Bellevue House
Hi Susan, It is a solid wood white oak floor, that is select grade or better (no knots). It is 2 1/4" wide and 3/4" thick and was stained on
cabinets, dark counter tops, farm sink, floor, island to eat at, stainless appliances
“So cue...gotta love it” — kabpink
Legerton Architecture. P.A.
1 Review
Legerton Architecture
i like this for the front/commercial side
Nice grade level entrance
“siding” — bladuca
Eric Stengel Architecture, llc
Art Gallery Addition
I wondered if the brackets were commercially available. Also would you advise double studs supporting them? The
pretty big mess if I do. The roof will be about 7' wide, about 3' deep with grade of about 30 degrees. Being in New England, I would expect some snow but
“Roof” — tradea12
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