254 cut glass Farmhouse Home Design Photos

Donald Lococo Architects
9 Reviews
American Farmhouse
Ideabooks9,447
Questions5
Thanks for the question! We bought a 16" X 16" tile and then had someone on site cut each in half. It was much more reasonable a price to do it that way rather than ordering that size and much more interesting than a square tile. A store
lumber yard. They were outside and probably oak but could be beech, walnut or white pine. Often these beams come from barns 80 or even 100 years old and cut from trees in mature forests back then and from trees that are just not available now.
if we cant do island/ take down wall, use this cut through design to open the space up
Love the glass doors and pass thru to diningroom
“beam placement” — eabmahoney
Andrena Felger / In House Design Co.
1920's Mediterranean Revival - Kitchen
Ideabooks2,957
Questions8
statuary marble counters. Glass and polished nickel knobs. Dish washer drawers with panels. Wood bead board backspalsh, paired with white glass mosaic tiles behind sink. Waterworks bridge faucet and Rohl Shaw's Original apron front sink. Tyler Florence dinnerware. Glass canisters from West Elm.
The glass pulls are from Restoration Hardware.
glass front cupboard...use seed glass. ...like small cupboard door above in lieu of open soffits
I like the cabinets with glass windows and love the sink.
This picture reminds me of our cabinets and how high they go. I like the backsplash and glass
11. Make use of glassReplacing your kitchen’s upper cupboard doors with glass can turn them into display cases for all your favourite kitchenware. Whether you choose an all-white theme as in this kitchen, or go for a more eclectic look with a variety of colours is up to you.
“I like this for the wall with the oven. I also like the sink. I like the little cupboards on the t” — hollyskitchen
Whitten Architects
8 Reviews
Kitchen
Ideabooks2,422
Questions6
I really like the rectangle shape of the glass on the top. van you tell me the mfg of these cabinets ?
Another idea with tall doors, a top portion being glass (instead of split into two cabinets. 'Sleeker' but more glass to open every time...
Glass in upper third of cabinet.
Under cabinet lighting, glass door top cabinets
“Kitchen” — Bobbi Williams
Fieldwork Architecture
Farm House remodel & addition
Ideabooks5,020
Questions5
The shelf brackets and pot hangers below are custom and were made by a local metal fabricator. The shelf is cut from a section of end grain bamboo butcher block.
I Love this kitchen design! So bright and cheery! The Emerald backsplash tile is the perfect touch! http://www.houzz.com/photos/12942058/Emerald-Glass-Subway-Tile--Sample-modern-tile-
“colour!” — megdog123
Brookstone Builders
6 Reviews
Ackerman Residence Sugarberry Cottage
Ideabooks521
Questions2
Gorgeous! These are quite similar to our Pyramid pendants made from blown glass. We can customize them to your liking - whether it be a single pendant or a chandelier.
Shaker style cabinetry to ceiling, mix of glass and solid cabinets, beadboard island
sink, glass, floors, hood
Some glass cabinet doors
Glass cabinets by stove
glass cabinets & general layout
Glass doors and light
glass front cabinets
“small island” — chrisheim
Demetriades + Walker
16 Reviews
Connecticut Farmhouse
Ideabooks1,055
Questions5
the warm wood contrasting with the green glass - very natural and cozy. Would look fine with the plantation shutters.
Bathroom Shelf above basin shelf below basin Marble Green glass shower
Mixing the traditional and the contemporary, the bathroom offers classic touches like the freestanding tub and modern touches like the frameless glass on the shower. Under the sinks a stainless steel rack allows easily accessible storage for items like baskets and neatly rolled towels.
“Tub” — 17brklyn
Cummings Architects
11 Reviews
Lummus House
Ideabooks443
Questions0
The cut through to the living room
“door” — amy322ashworth
By Design Interiors
Country Retreat
Ideabooks100
Questions0
cut out clerestory lights
“LV dark floors” — Linda Johnson
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