1,672 Patio-furniture-s Eclectic Kitchen Design Photos

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Flea Market Chic
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I love all the wooden furniture and the big window, fresh flowers and pretty crockery.
1. "It’s a family heirloom." Even if the value is only sentimental, how many things do you hold onto because they were your grandfather’s or your aunt’s, dentist’s cousin’s? My dear friend Sharon inherited her grandmother’s china. In the plus column it was beautiful
look and feel of and add them to a pin board. Vision boards are essential tools that can help you clarify your true vision and focus on what’s really important. It’s also an easy and cost-effective way to rule out what works together and what doesn’t before you start.
“Lights over the table. Island at cottage” — lisacruickshank
Country Club Homes
5 Reviews
Hunting Ridge Road
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I love this it looks like a 1970's diner
This looks just like a 50s diner! #kitchen #retro
10. Créez un total look 50s à l’américaine !Si vous avez un budget conséquent et que vous avez toujours rêver de pouvoir manger dans un “ Dinner ” américain, transformez votre cuisine ! Le code couleur : noir, blanc et rouge. Côté matériaux : du carrelage en damier et une combinaison de cuir et de métal
“Everything” — yourjanedoe
stephane chamard
4 Reviews
dovercout house
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The kitchen is inspired by Chamard’s grandmother’s cooking space in France. “It’s like a French kitchen in that there’s a large table at the center for working and eating,” he says. The table is topped by four vintage light fixtures
“It’s like a French kitchen in that there’s a large table at the center for working and eating,” he says. The table is topped by four vintage light fixtures he found at flea markets
Love the furniture-like kitchen island with sink. The floating shelves are also crisp and clean - fabulous!
The kitchen is inspired by Chamard’s grandmother’s cooking space in France. “It’s like a French kitchen in that there’s a large table at the center for working and eating,” he says. The table is topped by four vintage light fixtures he found at flea markets. He refurbished them and painted their gold-toned
“lighting” — hipster
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Artisan Kitchen Remodel
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the homeowners wanted to keep their oak cabinets but wanted to freshen up and modernize their space. I changed the cabinet hardware, took down some 80s wallpaper, got new appliances and beautiful new granite countertops. I also had a custom backsplash made by Mercury Mosaics. The old dinette set was
Before I saw your design, I just had my '80s oak cabinets freshened up. Now I'm trying to decide on the countertops and have toyed with granite or marble and was looking to see what color and material
love the counter tops and back splash as they contrast nicely with the cabinets I I have ALOT of golden oak in my home (cabinets, trim, railings, furniture....). Can you suggest other type of wood flooring that would work well with this combination other than oak?
“the look” — Adriana Franco
Krieger + Associates Architects Inc
4 Reviews
Interior view of kitchen with custom pot rack
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from the main house and recall the family’s Maine coast cabin. A clerestory above the cooking area provides ample light throughout the year, and provides passive cooling. Windows and doors open the large interior volume to the maple, the outdoor garden and patio. Photos: Jeffrey Totaro
This early 1900's stone and brick house had a cramped kitchen and a rear entrance addition that blocked views to the yard. We were asked to enlarge the kitchen, add an area for a breakfast table and improve the entry. By demolishing the existing rear entrance, we were able to create a large addition
I moved and need yo find The right furniture!
I like the French door out to patio
“Multi function” — mikefaltin
Praktyczne i Piękne
Agata Winer
Ideabooks2,202
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with a built-in unit that has furniture-style detailing (such as bun feet) or is painted a different color from the rest of the cabinetry.
built-in unit that has furniture-style detailing (such as bun feet) or is painted a different color from the rest of the cabinetry.
and other stand-alone pieces rather than built-ins. Tuck a freestanding cabinet into your space or replicate the look with a built-in unit that has furniture-style detailing (such as bun feet) or is painted a different color from the rest of the cabinetry.
and other stand-alone pieces rather than built-ins. Tuck a freestanding cabinet into your space or replicate the look with a built-in unit that has furniture-style detailing (such as bun feet) or is painted a different color from the rest of the cabinetry.More kitchen styles: Classic KitchensContemporary
“Hoosier” — estott
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Brin & Nate
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designed by Hugh Hamilton and Philip Salmon in 1971 for Kinetics Toronto. Here is a link with more information: http://www.canadiandesignresource.ca/furniture/k700-stool/
counter and storage space, and a very usable large island," "Quality appliances make a huge difference, too. Once you've had a good Sub-Zero, there’s no going back."
small but very functional kitchen Once you've had a good Sub-Zero, there’s no going back."
appliances make a huge difference, too. Once you've had a good Sub-Zero, there’s no going back." The counter stools are vintage K700 stools designed by Philip Salmon and Hugh Hamilton for Kinetics Furniture in Canada in the early 1970s. The couple found the set at the Pier Antique Show. The stools were originally
“,White kitchen counter tops” — gideonkhobane
Turner Pocock
A colourful London home
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from two skylights, but also shows an original way to approach the RSJ. It’s painted in sunshine yellow, illuminated by the skylights, adding a contemporary strip of colour that grows or shrinks, depending on where you stand. It’s a bright idea that makes a feature of the change of ceiling level.
Emma bought kitchen cupboards from Ikea then her builder constructed tongue-and-groove doors to front them. ‘It’s a great way to get the look you want inexpensively,’ she says. She topped the dark grey units with a white Corian worktop. The wooden table, from Soho Furnishings, adds just the right amount
“doors, cooking wall” — northumberlandpalace
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