2,953 replacing countertops Dining Design Photos

Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Eureka Valley Residence
Ideabooks653
Questions3
Peninsula idea? Replace countertop
“kitchen stools” — deborahwaldman
Ed Ritger Photography
Architecture and Interior Design
Ideabooks1,828
Questions6
of the countertop for the floating house
Blue glass countertop. It's thick glass with blue auto body paint applied to the underside.
countertop pain tidea
Blue glass countertop
Blue countertop-thick
blue countertop...turq countertop...Glass countertop...green countertops
“the color of the countertop for the floating house” — buyana
Elad Gonen
1 Review
dining room
Ideabooks3,222
Questions7
What is the countertop island made from?
Color and texture of cement countertop
I like the concrete countertop and how it extends to the side of the cabinet.
countertop (but not going to floor)
toop of overlapping countertop
polished concrete countertop
Concrete countertop. Light floor
The island and its countertop
concrete countertop
“Cocina” — a2photo
Mark English Architects, AIA
8 Reviews
dining room
Ideabooks65,515
Questions1,806
Have spent money I planned to use for renovating kitchen on major emergency infrastructure project, replacing our foundation. Kitchen still needs a new look, but can't spend too much. Current cabinets are painted. I love white kitchen but have heard they yellow
What to replace existing wall to wall carpet with?
Re staining cupboards dark countertops dark tile floors
I'm just afraid I will get tired of guajuvira as its very bold. We have the kitchen all in white with teak color wood cabinets with white quartz countertops. The wood flooring will be everywhere except the kitchen where ceramic tiles will be installed. The look we are going for is like the pics below
“N” — Stella Rusli
Bosworth Hoedemaker
3 Reviews
Mt. Shadows
Ideabooks7,275
Questions9
Countertops and cabinet color and knobs
farmhouse table and wooden chairs take center stage while white cabinets, walls and objects create a serene and updated background. This kitchen has replaced fussy cafe curtains and upper cabinets with unadorned windows and open shelving.
of your cabinets. If your kitchen feels restrictive and your cabinets are getting in the way of natural light, removing them may be a good option. Replace them with shelving for storing your dishware. Your space will open up and your beautiful dishes will be the center of attention.
“a long counter against the wall” — virginian201
Francis Dzikowski Photography Inc.
1 Review
Park Hill House
Ideabooks4,421
Questions10
idea for sliding glass replacement--some storage on sides?
which looks like it could have been original to the house.The picture window replaces a window higher up the wall designed to fit above a piano — a common feature of homes of this era. Not having a piano, Brewer decided to replace the old window with a new, larger one. “A trick to make a small house seem
“Built in cabinets” — leonkwinter
Bevan Associates
3 Reviews
SF Ranch House Retreat
Ideabooks2,968
Questions6
Kitchen. Replace table with Island bench
old porch flooded the kitchen with light and views, which were enhanced by the addition of transoms at the original window openings. The designer replaced the battered beadboard ceiling and added coffers to break up the plane and lend a sense of scale. Since there wasn’t room for both an island and
old porch flooded the kitchen with light and views, which were enhanced by the addition of transoms at the original window openings. The designer replaced the battered beadboard ceiling and added coffers to break up the plane and lend a sense of scale. Since there wasn’t room for both an island and a
“Dining room” — ntimmeriv
Barton Woodworks
Eagle Wood Home
Ideabooks6,581
Questions16
I have really been wanting to have my windows replaced. I have been looking into replacement windows melrose. I would love to have my windows be kind of like in this picture. Thank you so much for sharing.
Hi there, the table was custom built for storage. It is 36" high with the countertop. The body is basicly two base cabinets connected together with finished panels. The top is 1 1/2" thick made out of Walnut.
“Breakfast nook” — mrsphelps
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