787 Traditional Toilet Eclectic Kitchen Design Photos

Ira Lippke
Ira Lippke
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Love the simplicity and practicality, especially location of toilet.
“Scullery” — sergiocolafrancesco
Davenport Building Solutions
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Highland
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shelves for upstairs bath above toilet
“Colors” — davidov1234
Lankford Design Group
Modern Kitchen
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Questions7
mix of traditional wood with modern stainless, open shelving for china and crystal
Industrial, steel cabinetry, combined with ultra traditional
Love the Eclectic style. The mixed of modern and traditional fits perfectly for me.
Mixed treatment, traditional and function formed contemporary.
Modern meets traditional
traditional shelving
“Borghese meets rustic & old world” — missbelle77
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Bold, Colorful Kitchen
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it's tougher to achieve this level of mixing.) This is the sort of space that's fun to analyze. You've got modern tile and cabinets mixed with a traditional chandelier and dining table. There's more contrast created by the modern chairs and lacquered red console, and humor added with the yellow striped
it's tougher to achieve this level of mixing.)This is the sort of space that's fun to analyze. You've got modern tile and cabinets mixed with a traditional chandelier and dining table. There's more contrast created by the modern chairs and lacquered red console, and humor added with the yellow striped
“Green soor” — juliarosek9693
Shannon Malone
Kitchen Overview
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Traditional table with modern chairs, feeling this idea.
architectural alterations, except in the kitchen. The center room divider was originally a solid wall separating the dining room and kitchen, a traditional setup in Victorian architecture. But for Lock, it was important to turn this part of the home into a modern social area by joining the two rooms
“Modern victorian” — r0sewater
Pinto Designs and Associates
Sophisticated Key West Style
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stark black and white, modern take on traditional finishings
Love cottage style? It doesn't get more cottage chic than beadboard. The center panel of the cabinet doors in this style are made to look like traditional beadboard paneling. Beadboard was used in the past as a decorative wall treatment before plaster, drywall and paint became common. While all-white
Love cottage style? It doesn't get more cottage chic than beadboard. The center panel of the cabinet doors in this style are made to look like traditional beadboard paneling. Beadboard was used in the past as a decorative wall treatment before plaster, drywall and paint became common. While all-white
BeadboardLove cottage style? It doesn’t get more cottage chic than beadboard. The centre panel of the cabinet doors in this style are made to look like traditional beadboard panelling. Beadboard was used in the past as a decorative wall treatment before plaster, drywall and paint became common. While all-white
“sink” — km440
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Agata Winer
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When storage space is lacking, consider moving some kitchen items to another room. Using a traditional hutch or an updated thrift store dresser is a great way to store additional dishes and flatware in an unused nook of your dining room
When storage space is lacking, consider moving some kitchen items to another room. Using a traditional hutch or an updated thrift store dresser is a great way to store additional dishes and flatware in an unused nook of your dining room.
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“Hoosier” — estott
Brunelleschi Construction
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Registe
Ideabooks3,235
Questions4
Traditional lines meets contemporary style in this updated eat-in kitchen. Pops of orange on the cabinets, chairs, pendant lamp, and striped feature wall as well as the red, circular tile backsplash bring modern-day touches to the otherwise traditional silhouettes found in the space. A bar in the wall
Like the non traditional orange shaker
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