1,987 Elevations Kitchen Design Photos

V & Company, Fine Builders
4 Reviews
V & Company, Fine Builders
Where can I find a "freight elevator" for my home
I love the simple elevator done by V & Company (San Francisco, CA) , but as you see, I'm on the East
East Coast. I'd like to install an elevator with the "loft/freight" look with the accordian metal sliding door. Have any suggestions? Thanks, Pate
for an elevator. We operate out of Mississauga, Ontario and could help you with this project if you are still interested. ...
by the McKinley Elevator Co. out of southern California.
What is the cost of adding an elevator that can stop at basement, main level, and upper
I like the vintage look of this elevator.
ugly grill, nasty elevator door, boring interior
I love the vintage look of the elevator
“freight elevator with open grid” — kriskarl
Buckminster Green LLC
10 Reviews
Kitchen Backsplash
final floor plans, elevations, details and, if applicable, mechanical and electrical drawings, lighting switch plans, and exterior elevations.This is where
“these color combinations are interesting” — ekeithpt
The Sky is the Limit Design
6 Reviews
Rattenbury Kitchen
Elevated seating area. Could be lowered too
elevated fireplace...Elevated breakfast seating
“Staircase” — Jen Purcell
Loudoun County's Premier Home Builder
Van Metre Homes is a homegrown builder with a reputation for blending the enduring traditions, quality and value you expect from us with design innovations for the way you live today.
Hugh Jefferson Randolph Architects
6 Reviews
Harris Kitchen
Hi, we are thinking of doing an elevated kitchen as you have done here. I think it looks
g space below. A peninsula with bar stools melds these two realms. The elevated kitchen enables one to oversee the living space from a lofty position.
Elevated kitchen...like cabinent and change of elevation...elevation bar...Elevated kitchen down to dining
“built in wrap around storage” — sarva design
Oceanside Glasstile
11 Reviews
Oceanside Glasstile Elevations Platinum
The tiles are from our Oceanside Glasstile Brand in our Elevations Collection. The dimensions are 2.5"x10" and 1.25"x10" The colors are
percent of the tile composition. This kitchen makes handsome use of its Elevations series (in platinum).Cost: $40 to $70 per square foot
Oceanside Glasstile Elevations Platinum...Oceanside glasstile elevations platinum
“clean lines” — wendywyatt40
Adrienne DeRosa
3 Reviews
My Houzz: New York City
materials that reflect light and give the room its modern industrial edge. The elevator toward the back of the space was added in Spring of 2014. As the center
cabinetry reflects that light and gives the room its modern industrial edge. An elevator was added toward the back of the space in 2014. As the kitchen is the
cabinetry reflects that light and gives the room its modern industrial edge. An elevator was added toward the back of the space in 2014.
cabinetry reflects that light and gives the room its modern industrial edge. An elevator was added toward the back of the space in 2014.As the kitchen is the center
“I don't like the hanging light.” — Geraldine Amidon
Commorata & Berardi
Saddle River, NJ Estate
Elevated. Sometimes low fireplaces can get lost inside a room. Raise your fireplace up to eye level for just the right emphasis on its design. Design tip:
elevated fireplace......elevated fireplace...Elevated fireplace.
“elevated fireplace...” — Jon Nev
Robin Rigby Fisher CMKBD/CAPS
19 Reviews
Contemporary Kitchen
sides: • Elevation F: functions as an eating bar for two and as a buffet counter for large parties. Countertop: Ceasarstone Blue Ridge • Elevation G: 30”
Franke scale Countertop: Ceasarstone in Blue Ridge The Range Elevation (Elevation B) has 27” deep countertops, the trash compactor, recycling, a 48” Wolf
filling the espresso machine a cinch! Countertop: Ceasarstone Canyon Red • Elevation H: holds the Franke sink, and a cabinet with popup mixer hardware. C
Countertop: 4” thick endgrain butcherblock maple countertop • Elevation I: 42” tall and 30” deep cabinets hold a second Wolf oven and a built-in Franke
don't really like elevated counter. or the color of the floor or cabinets.
“lights” — fergysbabe
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