piece built in to cabinet run, all by Cardell Cabinets. Pendant lights hi-light work area.
Cherry in an Ebony finish. The flooring is Shaw Nottoway hand scrapped/distressed Hickory in the Olde English finish (the flooring may have a different name in the retail chains because we are a builder so ask about a cross over name) Hope this helps!
tucked in the corner, next to a pantry cabinet. The countertop is dark walnut; a charging station sit on the desk, boxing in plugs and hones. The bulletin board covered in damask fabric.
Photo: Nancy E. Hill
End home in the City of St. Louis now has a sunroom addition and porch that tastefully compliments the original architecture from 1892.
Outside, the brick, cedar and wrought iron back porch reaches out to both the in-ground swimming pool and the driveway. Inside, the sunroom is a combination breakfast
office. Built-in furniture is how the room accommodates multiple functions while feeling spacious.
Photo by Toby Weiss @ Mosby Building Arts
have it in my kitchen and it is great. It cleans up well, and doesn't stain. I think it even has an anti bacterial agent built in. I have marble in my bathroom, and it is holding up well. Not much gets on it except water, and occasionally toothpaste. Good luck
fallen in love with and using it in an inset application. With paint grade material and a Frosty White finish paired with black granite and white subway tile, the kitchen is timeless. Details are aplenty from an eleven foot wide hood to a refrigerator and freezer built into a nook, framed in crown,
A fire in the laundry room of this home left the kitchen with a lot of soot damage from the fire and even more water damage from the sprinkler system. The homeowners had to see it as an opportunity to redesign their kitchen to create the kitchen they really wanted. They’d been dreaming of a “classic”