65 american woodmark Kitchen Design Photos

Key Residential
9 Reviews
Caruth Home - Fall 2012/Winter 2013
Beautiful room; American Clay looks fabulous! Can you please tell me if the dining table and chairs
That is an American Clay custom finish and color. Thanks for viewing our photos. '
American clay plaster - color acacia...Acacia American Clay
“Too cold feeling” — c14146
Ecostruct LLC
20 Reviews
Brooklyn Townhouse
Mirage American Walnut Hardwood
Mirage American Walnut Hardwood Flooring
“Mirage American Walnut Hardwood” — Interiors & Textiles
Markay Johnson Construction
3 Reviews
Atherton Estate Luxury Home by Markay Johnson Construction
Markay Johnson Construction visit: ... Project Details: This uniquely American Shingle styled home boasts a free flowing open staircase with a two-story
distinguished detail, custom cabinetry and millwork, all adding charm to this American Shingle classic. Architect: John Stewart Architects Photographer: Bernard
“Wood floors” — kerinjensen
Mina Brinkey
6 Reviews
Gerardi Home
The faucets are from Home Depot, the brand is American Standard.
American Standard faucet
“Shelves” — ortizhouse
Liz Prater Design Home
1 Review
Ozone Extension/Renovation
They are floorboards. Limed and smoked American Oak (Royal Oak Flooring Harper and Sandilands) Melbourne)
american oak surround
“Nice kitchen” — estelleclose
David Heide Design Studio
34 Reviews
St. Paul Bungalow Remodel
Thanks for asking! That tile is American Olean, from the Urban Canvas Series.
that tile is American Olean, from the Urban Canvas Series.
“Sink and cabinets” — momtaks
Farinelli Construction Inc
9 Reviews
Farinelli Construction Inc
These floors are from Rehmeyer wood floors in York PA. American walnut is softer than red oak but a bit harder than domestic cherry. The
It would depend on whether the walnut is american or brazilian. Brazilian is much harder. The finish will have an effect
“Appliance wall” — deedeestrecker
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
5 Reviews
Patterson describes two different mentalities: the European attitude and the American attitude. “When you enter into a European building, you can walk on the
casually and enjoy the patina created from use and aging, where as some Americans want everything a bit more pristine.” Neither is right or wrong, it’s
“Pendant soacing” — eberrey
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