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Giulietti Schouten Architects
How to modernize kitchen ceiling soffits without removing them .?
planning on remodeling the kitchen and keeping the soffits, I'd suggest that you consult w/ a local architect or interior designer to discuss options. There could be a number of solutions. For example - if the soffits occur where there are upper cabinets, the new upper cabinets could be designed in such
such a way that there is a panel matching the door styles that covers the soffit to conceal the soffits and blend them into the new cabinets.
Modified Telluride by Candlelight Homes
I want to see the inside of the cabinets
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Beautiful home.. Where did you purchase your kitchen cabinets for this home?
use the two wood stain tones on kitchen cabinet. like door the top cabinet should be all glass with lighter wood stain
Kitchen open to patio, shipping cobtainer
Outdoor service from kitchen
lighting in kitchen
I want to remove the cabinets above the bar in my kitchen .
New kitchen cabinets
Perhaps you can add a cabinet on the wall above the tub, or add a shelf above the door. They give you the extra space for towels without taking up valuable floor space.
Brand New Bungalow
Top doors are birch wood. Could I refinish the metal base cabinet doors? These are Youngstown kitchen cabinets, vintage 1961. Shirley s
I have metal kitchen cabinets.
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
I love the richness of cherry cabinets but I am afraid that they will make my kitchen look crowded. I have a u of cabinets with an island in the middle. Any ideas on whether I should go with cherry or with a lighter cabinet color, like natural
Light or cherry cabinets
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
Summer Lake House
Porch with kitchen beside it overlooking lake
Porch with kitchen to the right. Look out to the water.
I like everything about this lakeside cabin, colors, layout, textures, kitchen...
inexpensively,” says architect Jason Gaddis. “The old house had no foundation or insulation. In fact, in the kitchen, you could see daylight through the cracks when you opened the cabinets.” Yet the team worked hard to re-create the elements that worked, including a screened-in porch that faces the
Moore Architects, PC
which reinforces the connection to the outside. The open concept was continued into the kitchen where the decision was made to eliminate all wall cabinets. This allows for oversized windows, unusual in most kitchens, to wrap the corner dissolving the sense of containment. A large, double-loaded island
extends the family room through a large folding door - completely blurring the line between inside and outside. The other public functions (dining and kitchen) are located adjacently. A massive, off center pivoting door opens to a dramatic entry with views through a new open staircase to the trees beyond
single slab of stone, provides the required storage. A bar and beverage center back up to the family room, allowing for graceful gathering around the kitchen. Windows fill as much wall space as possible; the effect is a comfortable, completely light-filled room that feels like it is nestled among the trees