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Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
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Did you use 1 1/4 inch knobs or 1 1/2 inch knobs. I have shaker style cabinets and am trying to choose the best size knobs. These look great and not overs-sized. Thanks for
It is 6” wide planks with a V groove.
priced locally by each applicator. Find a locator at our web site www.ClearstoneUSA.com If we are not in your city contact me and we can set-up a discounted installation as a training event when I locate a local applicator interested.
We used 6" pulls and 1-1/4" knobs.
priced locally by each applicator. Find a locator at our web site www.ClearstoneUSA.com If we are not in your city contact me and we can set-up a discounted installation as a training event when I locate a local applicator interested.
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Antonio Martins Interior Design
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Potrero HIll
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a vintage stove. For good deals on fixtures, check out the “used” section at restaurant suppliers.
used appliances is a great way to keep the kitchen budget in check. Here stainless steel restaurant tables work well with a vintage stove. For good deals on fixtures, check out the “used” section at restaurant suppliers.
used appliances is a great way to keep the kitchen budget in check. Here stainless steel restaurant tables work well with a vintage stove. For good deals on fixtures, check out the “used” section at restaurant suppliers.
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LG House - Kitchen
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Hi, I am doing a similar kitchen with pure white caesar stone, what is the thickness you used, if 1& 1/4", would you have done 1&1/2"? I have a 112 sq. feet of counter space. Like the thicker, worried about cost)Thank You in advance?
thanks so much for sharing the details to your design. I'm currently working on my kitchen and baths and it's helping me a great deal to see this inspiration. You have a keen eye for modern clean design and you certainly open my eyes to IKEA as a very beautiful and viable option.
Thank you!, ikea has a 1&1/4 solid ceasar stone, in pure white),I can get Installed for $65 a square foot, doing a waterfall on island, Similar size to yours, doing all white in island). What do you think about that thickness? Love your
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Frieda
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latex based. Maybe the formulas with higher quality acrylic are better? Not sure. I think it is a question best asked your local paint store that deals in professional grade products.
the 1/2 and 1/2 door! and tiny window...and tall cabinet. Counter space where black tile is seems less useful except for holding appliances...
Paint Your CabinetsSure, many of us would like new cabinets in our kitchens and bathrooms. But the price tag often has us just dealing with what we have. That's why a less-expensive update with fresh paint makes sense. From the Pros: How to Paint Kitchen Cabinets
3. Paint your cupboardsSure, many of us would like new cupboards in our kitchens and bathrooms. But the price tag often has us just dealing with what we have. That’s why a less-expensive update with fresh paint makes sense. From the Pros: How to Paint Kitchen Cupboards
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Dresser Homes
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What size spacers did you use for the tile / grout lines? 1/16"?
approx 5-6" of crown molding. From a design point of view, do these measurements work? Am I better off with a 48" cabinet that is divided where the top 1/4 section is glass and the bottom portion looks as a solid raised panel door giving the illusion of 2 stacked boxes? Would a 48" door be too cumbersome
thanks, this is helpful, I am also trying to decide size for backsplash, my kitchen is a good deal smaller but I like the simplicity of subway tile and with herringbone for a little surprise over the range.
blind corner is a small cabinet next to the stove--I'm wondering if you can tell me what size cabinet you used for the base blind corner? How did you deal with the dead space? Are there pullouts in the cabinet?
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Joan Heaton Architects
Modern Cabin
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The 1x6 tongue and groove, v-groove, pine was treated with a Watco oil finish prior to installation.
1x6 tongue and groove, v-groove pine treated with
de stainless steel undermount sink for less than $200. Check out eBay, Craigslist or your local salvage yard or building material resale shop for a deal.
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Thomas Ramey's Essentials in Steel
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Miller Beach House
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remember about the floor is seeing them build the raised floor area for the kitchen. I have no clue what kind of stone that is. It was nice thick stone. 1" if I remember.
Safe ourselves the expense and just deal with posts and bury beams?
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Cory Smith Architecture
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712 W. Bauer
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Ceilings are at 9 feet and have a 6" V groove wood applied.
We bought ours through the millwork company that did the cabinet work. You could probably find them on line. Look at Restoration Hardware and any company that deals in millwork hardware.
allow for appliances to be left out while not taking away from the work area of the countertop. Answer originally posted on July 29, 2013 at 2:33am 1 and again...January 9, 2014 at 5:28pm
allow for appliances to be left out while not taking away from the work area of the countertop. Answer originally posted on July 29, 2013 at 2:33am 1 and again...January 9, 2014 at 5:28pm
the floor question was posted in October. The floor material is a 4" character grade walnut with a clear polyurethane finish. October 21, 2013 at 1:34pm
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