56 dog sculpture Farmhouse Kitchen Design Photos

TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
Contemporary Vermont Farm House
Ideabooks3,994
Questions8
een accents throughout the house. A tall standing sculpture adds interest to a small corner, bridging the kitchen to a hallway that leads to the powder room.Backsplash: Waveline Glass Tile, Reed, Best Tile; countertop: Silestone, Nightmist; sculpture: Leslie Fry; cabinetry: Akurum base with Applad white
“tile” — santajones
Traditional Kitchen
Ideabooks12,730
Questions7
open shelving: bowls, pitchers, glassware, dog treats, sugar
dog room?
“Wooden shelf” — anamariagil
Cummings Architects
11 Reviews
Lummus House
Ideabooks402
Questions0
Cute dog!!!
“interesting like natural wood accents” — bizebmc
Margot Hartford Photography
1 Review
Ione Ranch
Ideabooks452
Questions1
I like where the dog goes
Cool dog
“Flooring with white cabinets” — megan
Blansfield Builders, Inc.
9 Reviews
Circa 1700
Ideabooks2,396
Questions6
AFTER. "The owner wanted the house to be as simple as it could be," says Goodwin, who conjured a space as refined as a Donald Judd sculpture. The owner didn't want any upper cabinets cluttering the room, so Goodwin provided the most minimal of shelving. Vermont marble covers the island and counters —
‘The owner wanted the house to be as simple as it could be,’ says Goodwin, who conjured a space as refined as a Donald Judd sculpture. The owner didn’t want any high cupboards cluttering the room, so Goodwin provided the most minimal of shelving. Vermont marble covers the island
“floos” — carriepradon
The Old Painted Cottage
4 Reviews
The Old Painted Cottage
Ideabooks1,913
Questions6
window treatment and boots and horse sculpture
Horse sculpture
“Rustic sconces in every room!” — cannalily
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Farmhouse Reinterpreted
Ideabooks5,119
Questions14
Low windows for dogs
“Countertop, windows, wall color” — pro5robin
DSA Architects
Colonial Farmhouse Remodel
Ideabooks1,907
Questions3
Beautiful at first, but the finish didn't hold up. Now there are large bare areas where the finish has worn away, plus lots of scratches from the dog. Looking for a solution that doesn't involve refinishing the floor every few years.
“curved bar” — Terri Mueller
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