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1,344 back yard for dogs Kitchen Design Photos
Jackson Design & Remodeling
The floors are wood vinyl (the homeowners have a dog, so durability was important). The flooring is ARMSTRONG Luxe Plank Barnyard Gray.
hardware store like home depot will carry it). Just remember to sand the surface of the metal a little bit to help it accept the paint better and then back it with particle board or mdf (or something similar).
A chalkboard near the kitchen entry pays tribute to the wife's artistic side. The couple has an active dog, so they chose durable vinyl planks for the kitchen and dining area floors.
open shelving: bowls, pitchers, glassware, dog treats, sugar
The little cart with the cover. I don't even know what it is but it looks cute back there with the vintage fan.
Marie Meko, Allied ASID
They have modified the style with slightly different legs: http://www.woodbridgefurniture.com/stools/view/288 We had a reupholsterer remove the leather back and insert fabric monogrammed by a local workroom. These are available through Gabberts Design Studio. Let me know if I can be of further assistance
Stools with "K" embroidered on the back?
Initials on back splash in kitchen
Cute barstools except for the letters on the back!
Stools... paint roosters on back and change the seat covers.
is an example of the flooring I'll be going with. It's a vinyl product that looks like wood. It's the most durable option with a power chair and a dog. Also, unlike a laminate or hardwood it does not get slick when damp or barefoot in the same way.
Would like stools if backs were higher
low back bar stools...Low back stool...Low back chairs
Anders Lasater Architects
the back splash is Waterfall 'Rain Pattern' from Walker Zanger
Lorenjill, this family has 4 young kids, and a good sized dog. So far they've held up very well, and it's been nearly 2 years.
width of the room is 25 feet and it's about 28 feet from the camera to the back wall.
Hi, the back splash is called "Waterfall" by Walker Zanger.
Well I've come back to look at those close ups 3x so that shows how great they look.
Like the idea of using window instead of a backsplash. Would use a narrow window and do herb garden trench in the back against the wall against white quarts -waterfall finish corners would be beautiful
Didn't see this question-- what is behind the small double doors on the back wall?
The short double doors (back and towards the left) on the wall that also houses the range. What is behind them? Thanks for your time.
Just realized you meant the lower doors on the wall. That is for dog food storage and other utilitarian items.
16) Note: right side of this island end..the slight step back in..shelves pretty but not as practical.
kitchen. We tried vintage lab stools with backs and they just didn't work in the small space. What makes these so comfy is the curve in the seat. It makes you sit up straight too! These work in a rustic, country or traditional kitchen as well as modern.
Okay, so back to the most common reason for not wanting
Robin Rigby Fisher CMKBD/CAPS
Transitional Craftsman Kitchen
This 1920 Craftsman home was remodeled in the early 80’s where a large family room was added off the back of the home. This remodel utilized the existing back porch as part of the kitchen. The 1980’s remodel created two issues that were addressed in the current kitchen remodel: 1. The new family room
having the crown molding stained with an espresso finish, the eye is drawn across the room rather than up, minimizing the different ceiling heights. The back of the bar (viewed from the dining room) further incorporates the same espresso finish as an accent to create a paneled effect (Photo #1). The designer
Love this kitchen! What is the back splash?
Nice blend with back yard look if incorporate the Nanawall.
Are the counter tops marble and what is the thickness? I really want marble, but in my house it would get ruined too fast. I'm trying to find granite that resembles marble. Also, the longer back splash is that painted? Thanks,Sheryl
It's not exactly a product -- the contractor and owner found old 2x4s at a salvage yard that had been used as framing behind a plaster wall. You can see some of the old plaster in the white patches. We ripped 1/2" strips off the narrow
Back splash Janof Architecture No, it's actually just stainless steel with a satin finish --
splash back - it's actually just stainless steel with a satin finish -- very easy to maintain!
Stainless steel with natural finish back splash