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Luxury European Kitchen
rustic stone finishes compliment the delicately glazed cabinets that change in elevation for added visual effect. The dark wood finish on the island bar that features a secondary sink, pot storage and natural stone tiles along the supporting column creates a focal point for this sprawling kitchen. Layered
Layered lighting, strategic paint schemes and a variety of refined yet rustic finishes make this kitchen with built-in laptop desk, display cabinet and bar seating the perfect space to entertain guests or enjoy a meal with family.
wet bar cabinetry (example of what I don't like when it comes to green glass)
While at CHil Design Group
chrome. I can make a fast drawing to show you what they will look like if this fits your budget. I would be fabricating them in solid architecural bronze bar stock. Send me an email email@example.com
I like that the pocket doors don't slide all the way in and you can have easy to grab hardware on them
overall nice design, styling wood, handles, etc.
Cristi Holcombe Interiors, LLC
Where is the table/desk from? Love it. Goes with so many different design styles.
Do you know what the specific print name is for the drapes and not just the designer who has thousands. I was unable to locate that print.
especially well when paired with white, beige, camel, gray, and honey-gold tones. Many coral-inspired decorative pillows and artwork are on the market now. Grab one of these unique pieces to give your home some contemporary flair.
Another trestle/sawhorse table hybrid: The side legs resemble sawhorse legs somewhat, but the bar down the middle is more of a trestle table element.
More fascinating and bizarre sea creatures pack a design punch, like the jellyfish represented in the Languishing Drifter prints.
Winslow Architecture & Urban Design
would the wider bars of white look good breaking up the larg spaces?
library by keeping curiosities that attract a crowd: a wall collection of masks, a few toys or simple art supplies on low shelves, unique attention-grabbing "coffee-table" books like Stiff or an anthology of self-portraits. Once wanderers come into the space, they're often hooked.