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Traditional Kitchen
Ideabooks26,554
Questions22
entry to laundry room, with sliding barn doors
wood beam entry, butcher block island
beamed kitchen entry or door entry
Wooden beams as frame for entry into kitchen.
Reclaimed beam entry to kitchen
wood frame around entry
entry beams...kitchen entry
“Reclaimed beams” — jaluka
Mindful Designs, Inc.
1 Review
Energy Efficiency Model Home
Ideabooks1,594
Questions3
space where she could cook and prep food privately, without being interrupted by guests. The island and countertops are barely visible from the kitchen entry, too, so the mess can be easily hidden.
space where she could cook and prep food privately, without being interrupted by guests. The island and countertops are barely visible from the kitchen entry, too, so the mess can be easily hidden. Forest Stewardship Council–certified bamboo cabinets have a dark gray zero-VOC stain. The custom green cement
space where she could cook and prepare food privately, without being interrupted by guests. The island and worktops are barely visible from the kitchen entry, too, so the mess can be easily hidden. Environmentally-friendly bamboo cupboards have a dark grey zero-VOC stain. The customised green cement island
“Island!” — mcginnism12
Priester's Custom Contracting, LLC
3 Reviews
Dunes West Kitchen
Ideabooks1,656
Questions4
how about brick for the entry into the screened area?
Arched brick entry, layout.
entry way...entry, kitchen...Great entry
“eloquent entrance” — Angelica Sun
Reid Dalland Photography
1 Review
Kitchens
Ideabooks1,612
Questions1
add pantry on side of refrigerator to provide clearance.” “Cabinet beside refrigerator, so fridge door won't bump or impede entry.”
Cabinet beside refrigerator, so fridge door won't bump or impede entry.
some refrigerator doors are a whopping 36 inches wide — meaning they take up a lot of space when open. If your refrigerator is near a kitchen entry point, add a pantry cabinet to act as a buffer so that the open refrigerator door will be less likely to block someone.
Plus, some refrigerator doors are a whopping 36 inches wide — meaning they take up a lot of space when open. If your refrigerator is near a kitchen entry point, add a pantry cabinet to act as a buffer so that the open refrigerator door will be less likely to block someone.
“Will need a narrow cabinet to the left of the fridge like this if we want to fully open the fridge o” — tandjmcg
Jason Ball Interiors, LLC
16 Reviews
Salem Tudor Remodel
Ideabooks7,810
Questions8
FABULOUS kitchen, can you tell me the width of the arched entry's?
Love the colors and the pattern on the wall in the entry.
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Arch entry
“Walls” — rberlage
Monarch Cabinetry
8 Reviews
Marshall
Ideabooks4,557
Questions1
brick arches for entry into kitchen
Love me a brick arched entry into kitchen
Brick entry to interior kitchen
“rough brick against modern clean lines... again” — Brent Sheridan
Imbue Design
5 Reviews
Buddhist Retreat
Ideabooks711
Questions0
Turning 180 degrees, we're now looking toward the entry (frosted-glass door on the right) and the open kitchen. The spiral stair heads to the roof and the home office on the second floor.
Turning 180 degrees, we're now looking toward the entry (frosted-glass door on the right) and the open kitchen. The spiral stair heads to the roof and the home office on the second floor.
“Concrete floor” — Nicole Nakash
Tom Hurt Architecture
River Road House_Kitchen
Ideabooks5,547
Questions6
Entry shelf facing inwards (shorter than this)
Organize a series of rooms. "When we refurbished this midcentury modern brick house, we used cabinets instead of traditional walls to organize the back entry, mudroom, kitchen, family dining booth, kitchen office/work areas — two of them — and the transition to the living and dining area," says Tom Hurt of
Organize a series of rooms. "When we refurbished this midcentury modern brick house, we used cabinets instead of traditional walls to organize the back entry, mudroom, kitchen, family dining booth, kitchen office/work areas — two of them — and the transition to the living and dining area," says Tom Hurt of
“Ceiling” — dbohren
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