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Cucina Bella Ltd. - Rebecca Gagne CKD
Please tell me how it is designed for minimal mess. Great idea if it is!
and direct paths from major work stations. Happy designing!
Hi Nicole, Thank you for your comment - I do not have the tile information in my file (it was chosen by the builder's designer) however I am looking into it for you... hopefully
wish I could tell you the answer however I was not involved in some of the finish choices for this home (the builder retains an in house interior designer who helps with the flooring finishes). Sorry.
SK Designers - Shimrit Kaufman
Apartment - Hadar Yosef ,Tel Aviv
Interior design: Shimrit Kaufman & Noga Lasser Photography: Avishai Finkelstein
island can sometimes be shallow due to clearance for plumbing or gas lines. This is the perfect opportunity to include a place for wine in the cabinet design.
SK Designers - Shimrit Kaufman
simplicity and way its designed
NEFF of Chicago Custom Cabinetry and Design Studio
Kitchen Opens to Great Room
Chicago Custom Cabinetry and Design Studio
The bar stools are made in Spain and can be found at Design Within Reach. They are made by Stua (www.stua.com ) and they are the Onda stool.
waterfall island, certain design elements, NOT the lighting
Love the symmetry of this kitchen design.
The Kitchen Studio of Glen Ellyn
Designed by: Susan Klimala, CKD, CBD For more information on kitchen and bath design ideas go to: www.kitchenstudio-ge.com
The hutch was designed by me and assembled using components from a custom cabinet manufacturer (Woodharbor). It was not "shop built" in other words.
furniture looks and style and design is a starting point
Kitchens by Formica Group
Thanks for reaching out. Unlike many of the Houzz images posted by designers, we didn't design this kitchen and only can really speak to the surfacing materials. Sorry, we can't be of help in identifying the wall color.
don't have all of the details. The darker countertops were original to the homeowner, so we don't have the color and finish info at hand. If our designers can identify the pattern from the image, or if they can find similar patterns, we'll be sure to post for you!
Bonnie - our designer came back with some recommendations. If you go to www.formica.com and type "flow" into the product search, you can see two great options, Lava Flow
Bonnie - we're going to have to pull in the expertise of our designer for this one. We're going to reach out to her and ask her recommendations for some complementary surfacing materials for an Antique Mascarello island
the temperature and humidity fluctuates alot. Also did you have to use a special width and depth board to accomodate the tile size? I really like the design and would love to make it work in our house. Thanks in advance for your reply.
I think that it is imperative to the design of the floor to match the shine of the finished hardwood. How do you get that shine out of the tile?
You should ask the interior designers: Carolyn Tierney, ASID, CSBA and Diane Susoev, Allied ASID of ECOterior Solutions. They picked out that tile.
afraid to mix country with modern spaces and enjoy its laid-back ease.More:Get the Look: Sophisticated Country StyleCountry Modern: A Balancing ActHome Design: Contemporary Country Living
Barton Creek Residence
Given a challenging lot configuration and topography, along with privacy issues, we had to get creative in designing this home. The home is divided into four basic living zones: private owner’s suite, informal living area, kids area upstairs, and a flexible guest entertaining area. The entry is unique
activity area, which helps the house connect to the property below. This contemporary haven in Barton Creek is a beautiful example of a chic and elegant design that creates a very practical and informal space for living.
This looks very similar to Colonial Gold Granite. The designer did a nice job with the soft shape of the island.
gold granite countertop & backsplash Given a challenging lot configuration and topography, along with privacy issues, we had to get creative in designing this home. The home is divided into four basic living zones: private owner’s suite, informal living area, kids area upstairs, and a flexible guest