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This custom built buffet is where kitchen desk originally was. A much better use of space for the client. CCFF refinished the buffet to a custom finish with black glaze.
Creative Cabinets and Faux Finishes, LLCCreative Cabinets and Faux Finishes. LLC
FORBES TOWNHOUSE Park Slope, Brooklyn Abelow Sherman Architects Partner-in-Charge: David Sherman Contractor: Top Drawer Construction Photographer: Mikiko Kikuyama Completed: 2007 Project Team: Rosie Donovan, Mara Ayuso This project upgrades a brownstone in the Park Slope Historic District in a...
Abelow Sherman Architects LLCAbelow Sherman Architects LLC
This home has so many creative, fun and unexpected pops of incredible in every room! Our home owner is super artistic and creative, She and her husband have been planning this home for 3 years. It was so much fun to work on and to create such a unique home!
Spring Parade 2012Green Apple Design
John Magor Photography. The Closet Factory designed the practical storage for the Butler's Pantry. The key details are the full height storage cabinet, the lucite drawer fronts and the stainless steel laminate countertop. This storage area provides the perfect spot to stage for a party or get...
How do you store a lot of dishes? Create a dish pantry! Complete with its own Miele dishwasher and sink, some of the wife's favorite cups and saucers are neatly displayed. To the right, we used the wall cavity to create a shallow, tall cupboard that holds stemware. See more of this kitchen at:...
Nobody Stores It BetterRichard Landon Design
John Magor Photography. This Butler's Pantry became the "family drop zone" in this 1920's mission style home. Brilliant green walls and earthy brown reclaimed furniture bring the outside gardens in. The perching bird lanterns and dog themed art and accessories give it a family friendly feel. A...
Oasis Architecture - work in Montclair and Upper Montclair NJOasis Architecture
Both of these houses were on the Cool House Tour of 2008. They were newly constructed homes, designed to fit into their spot in the neighborhood and to optimize energy efficiency. They have a bit of a contemporary edge to them while maintaining a certain warmth and "homey-ness".
Cool House Tour 2008CG&S Design-Build