43,987 Patio-furniture-s Kitchen Design Photos

Robert A. Cardello Architects
6 Reviews
Darien Renovation Traditional
To understand just how functional the space is, it’s important to understand the details that went into its surrounding spaces, starting with the mudroom (through the door in the left corner between the perimeter sink and range), which provides a generous transitional space from the garage to the kitchen
gazillion helpful cubbies,” they make their way to the island for a snack and the banquette to do homework, and eventually to the family room, where it’s not uncommon for a posthomework dance party to break out.
“Fridge on same wall as stove” — raydaisy
Steven Miller Design Studio, Inc.
Baker Kitchen
that lost so much heat that it turned the kitchen into a sauna. The other had a midrange oven that functioned perfectly. The secret: the door. While it’s true that fancy convection settings will go a long way toward cooking your food properly, nothing impacts the cooking process more than the heat itself
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“Big fridge” — iceian2000
Reico Kitchen & Bath
35 Reviews
Traditional Coastal Kitchen Design
As for how efficient you want your windows to be, there’s a lot to consider. Energy Star is a government program that establishes specifications for energy-efficient products. For windows, the program divides the United States into four zones. Depending on which state you live in, the efficiency of the
the windows will be different. Various factors contribute to a window’s efficiency. The U-factor measures its insulation. Basically, the lower the U-factor, the more insulated it is. The solar heat gain coefficient (SHGC) measures how much solar radiation passes through the window.
“window below cab” — jilldaly44
Formica Group
2 Reviews
3466 Antique Mascarello 180fx® by Formica Group with Ogee IdealEdge™
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inquiry. As this is a real homeowner's kitchen (versus a staged kitchen for a photo shoot), we don't outfit the kitchen with cabinets, lighting, furniture, etc. We can sometimes track down answers to questions about other products. We'll be sure to respond to this thread if we're able to track down the
Comptoir de stratifier Idealedge, le comptoir de stratifier est moulé sur tous ses contours, par contre je dois me renseigner s'il y a le fameux joint à 45 et du prix.
“kitchen” — dan3112
Torre Construction & Development
1 Review
Historic Restoration and Preservation
The flat wood was 1" x 4"s and the detailed moldings were picked from a molding catalog whihc I believe was Architectrual Moldings in Miami. The molding can be anything you lke
ceiling. coffered ceiling 1x4s with crown molding
farm sink, stone island, ceiling treatment, clean, white, furniture like cabinets
“everything” — suzanneqt
Suyama Peterson Deguchi
1 Review
Leschi Residence
n pour s’en convaincre.Mais adapter cette recette à son propre intérieur semble être une autre affaire… Pourtant, la clé est sous vos yeux : conservez un fond radicalement minimaliste tout en osant une forme multicolore, et pas forcément en piochant uniquement dans des tonalités pastel. Il s’agira donc
“stools” — nancythegail
Wheeler Kearns Architects
Northbrook House
S/S gables
Furniture look
“drawers on end of island” — seattlegirl
jamesthomas, LLC
23 Reviews
Upstate New York Weekend Home
a light fixture that’s crafted with forks, and blue Parisian-style chairs.” ...adjustable track lights. “They have a vintage, industrial look,” “These days we are shying away
and larger kitchen echo the ones in the living room. “The owner wanted to add some fun touches and color,” says Riker. “She chose a light fixture that’s crafted with forks, and blue Parisian-style chairs.”For more lighting the designers selected adjustable track lights. “They have a vintage, industrial
“barstools” — little1larry
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