4 fifty sixty kitchen Home Office Design Photos

Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
10 Reviews
fifties split
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Questions3
like the idea of wood in ceiling for my kitchen/living room
Maybe something like ceiling bood to tie in kitchen cabinets to dining room
shades for kitchen...fifties split
“do you like this wood color?” — mayumijung
Kaylovesvintage
Home office
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My Aunt Joyce and my Uncle Wes had a phone like this one in the late fifties and early sixties. Wonderful memories!!!!!
“My Aunt Joyce and my Uncle Wes had a phone like this one in the late fifties and early sixties. Won” — terriedawn
Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes
45 Reviews
Glorious Townhouse Restoration in North Old Town Alexandria
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and groove wood flooring and beautiful wooden staircase. Sixty years later, however, the homeowners were faced with crumbling masonry, sagging floors, a double layer of wallpaper over the plaster walls, a crumbling staircase, a dysfunctional kitchen and small, dark second floor rooms. Additionally, the
staircase and railing were designed in a style similar to the original. The solid wall between the kitchen and the dining room was removed, plumbing was relocated for a new sink location and the kitchen got expanded with an island into the dining room. Closet and plumbing stacks were relocated to allow
allow a new space for fridge. Stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and custom cabinetry highlight the new modern kitchen. The plan called for redesigning the three bedrooms on the second floor to allow a larger bathroom, walk-in closet and wider hallways. In addition to new roofing, a large
Michael Nash Design, Build & Homes
45 Reviews
Glorious Townhouse Restoration in North Old Town Alexandria
Ideabooks3
Questions0
and groove wood flooring and beautiful wooden staircase. Sixty years later, however, the homeowners were faced with crumbling masonry, sagging floors, a double layer of wallpaper over the plaster walls, a crumbling staircase, a dysfunctional kitchen and small, dark second floor rooms. Additionally, the
staircase and railing were designed in a style similar to the original. The solid wall between the kitchen and the dining room was removed, plumbing was relocated for a new sink location and the kitchen got expanded with an island into the dining room. Closet and plumbing stacks were relocated to allow
allow a new space for fridge. Stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and custom cabinetry highlight the new modern kitchen. The plan called for redesigning the three bedrooms on the second floor to allow a larger bathroom, walk-in closet and wider hallways. In addition to new roofing, a large
“Wall color” — leanamaria
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