1,189 kitchen cabinet trends Exterior Design Photos

Ridgewater Homes Inc
5 Reviews
Heights French Country
Ideabooks1,164
Questions1
Chicken wire is used to replace glass in cabinet...
Cabinet & love-seat slip cover idea!
Chicken wire. A classic in country kitchens, chicken wire
???? Where oh where? Pantry door? Kitchen cabinet doors?
country kitchens, chicken wire is readily available, very inexpensive and easy to work with. Once the glass has been removed, covering cabinet doors with chicken wire is a doable DIY project for those motivated to try. Just be sure to wear gloves to protect your hands whenever working with wire — those
“Add beadboard to back” — jhorvath100
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Tiny House
Ideabooks11,606
Questions14
those ugly kitchen cabinets into the ground.
long-term trend. "New-development houses are getting smaller again," she says. "People are interested in living in smaller spaces that are closer to downtowns rather than larger houses where they are dependent on their cars." The designer has already gotten a few requests for the plan for her 540-square-foot
for the kitchen as you paid us to renovate it. So renovate because it makes your life more comfortable, convenient and beautiful, and because you love how remodeling can change a house for the better. If you look just at the raw numbers, you should insulate the attic, replace the water heater when it breaks
“Patio terrasse avant” — Josee Levesque
modern house architects
4 Reviews
Outdoor Kitchen
Ideabooks5,473
Questions6
tdoor Kitchen Fully Covered w/ Retractable TV Over Fireplace
by the kitchen area/grill area. If there was no one really there-this is freaky!
don't forget lights on outdoor kitchen
outdoor kitchen under deep overhang or patio cover
stainless kitchen set up
Outdoor kitchen...covered
Outdoor Kitchen area
outdoor kitchen....outdoor kitchen...outside kitchen...Summer kitchen...tdoor Kitchen...outdoor kitchen...in your kitchen
“metal..industrial” — cobergfam
FINNE Architects
18 Reviews
FINNE Architects
Ideabooks11,515
Questions8
zebrawood cabinet doors with mahogany end panels, quartz and limestone countertops, and Douglas Fir trim and doors. Exterior materials are completely maintenance-free: metal siding and aluminum windows and doors. The metal siding has an alternating pattern using two different siding profiles. The house
include wood cabinets, linoleum floors, low-VOC paints, and natural wool carpet.
“Fachada” — Elisa Estrada
Witt Construction
2 Reviews
2009 Showcase Home
Ideabooks11,703
Questions12
I am planning a kitchen similar to this and want to know if the sizes are comparable? thanks!
stone and kitchen notice counter edge
favorite trends is the shrinking home. I think this has a lot to do with the The Not So Big House series by Sarah Susanka. What makes a home special, endless square feet or what happens within this space? Here is a wonderful example of a home that focuses on craftsmanship and character over size. A charming
“Color” — Zayne Mitchell
LLI Design
Rear external - showing kitchen / living / dining room.
Ideabooks4,533
Questions1
showing kitchen / living / dining room.
to sent trends in your neighborhood -- but how much attention do we want to draw?
and how kitchen dining living can work in one room and doesn't have to be that big
Open plan kitchen area
“Windows” — ram30
Elliott + Elliott Architecture
Pond House
Ideabooks3,339
Questions2
Another trend that requires some reconsideration is the bloated size of single-family houses. In lieu of an immediate shrinking of houses, one way of designing a large house is to break it into smaller parts, such as this project in Maine (left: bedrooms; center: living room, dining room and kitchen; right:
“Shingle siding” — deanbittles
Webber + Studio, Architects
7 Reviews
Jewell Street Addition Eco Home Magazine: Merit Design Award 2010
Ideabooks3,467
Questions2
glassy kitchen area; the terrace above shields the glass walls and space behind from the Austin, Texas sun.
A lot of the modern/contemporary Austin projects are additions, pointing to a trend toward preserving old buildings rather than tearing them down, and appreciatiing that which has lasted. Austin
“Color” — breezyfarm
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