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Dayna Katlin Interiors
1 Review
Pool House Bathroom
hand washing a special occasion and is a fantastic decorative touch for a powder room, or for any sink that's used only occasionally. Opt for dark cabinetry underneath to let the shell stand out.Designer Dayna Katlin made this sink from a vintage shell she found at an antiques store. A marble fabricator
“Beautiful bathroom shell sink with country flair” — Morgan Banwell
Officine Gullo USA
4 Reviews
California Style Kitchen
Officine Gullo white & nickeled brass custom range with cabinetry, hood and island/bar. All accessories, backsplash and sink are also part of the Officine Gullo collection
“Metal countertop” — bookwoman49
McCaffrey Custom Construction, Inc.
60th Street | Oakland, CA
Photos by Sean Poreda (www.LuxeHomeTours.com)
“backsplash” — runjuliorun
RD Architecture, LLC
10 Reviews
LEED Gold - Houston
You can find foot rails at a restaurant and bar supply store, cabinetry hardware stores, or have a metal craftsman custom make one. I would start with online searches for "bar foot rail." There are some sites that sell
“How to fix a support post issue” — Bruce Higgins
UB Kitchens
32 Reviews
French Country Kitchen
looks like one of my patented Retrofit designs where the apron is shorter than the bowl and there is a channel behind the apron to slip over existing cabinetry. http://www.rachiele.com
“Like dishrack” — cindytm
Elad Gonen
1 Review
Love how the bed, and the piece of furniture/cabinetry behind the bed, float in the middle of the room. Needs a large room to be able to do this though.
“Lily pond bedding - very cool” — cjwilliams_rn
Martha O'Hara Interiors
88 Reviews
Bruce Avenue Residence Lower-Level Bar
Thank you for your inquiry! All the cabinetry that we do is completely custom to each job. There should be a local professional that can help you out with this! Best, Martha O'Hara Interiors
“cabinets and backsplash” — sharris29
Laura Garner
My Houzz: Color and Creativity Energize a Midcentury Home
like the original. Keeping only the flooring, the couple demolished three walls to open up the kitchen and living room area. The original kitchen cabinetry — a plain, off-white melamine — was replaced with a mix of high-gloss white laminate and stainless steel, with a touch of natural wood for warmth
“appliance depth cabinets” — Cathryn Hall
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