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Contemporary Kitchen
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Black faerie cupboard? And stainless appliances with black
say it better than my colleague Lily Gahagen did in her description of this stool: "The seat of this stool tips up like a smile, which makes for a comfortable seat — and also a happy looking seat."
It works great in wood as well. Go for mitered edges for the cleanest look. So is this a trend you'd try in your home? Let us know why or why not below. More: 10 great alternatives to granite counters
“bar stools” — dianeburch3
Beyond Homes
1 Review
b80 - Altadore Calgary
Ideabooks52
Questions0
Viking appliances
Appliance Finish...Beyond Homes
“Like the floor” — pandr5
Studio Santalla, Inc
15 Reviews
Kitchen with TV area beyond
Ideabooks671
Questions1
Excerpted from Washington Home & Design Magazine, Jan/Feb 2012 Full Potential Once ridiculed as “antipasto on the Potomac,” the Watergate complex designed by Italian architect Luigi Moretti has become one of Washington’s most respectable addresses. But its curvaceous 1960s architecture still poses design
“White kitchen” — kdhuebner
Four Brothers LLC
49 Reviews
Washington DC Full House Remodel
Ideabooks140
Questions1
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row home
“load bearing beam” — rshiu
Mirador Builders
1 Review
River Oaks Custom Home, Houston, Texas
Ideabooks106
Questions1
River Oaks Custom Home, Houston, Texas
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“cabinet colors” — carolinecrowther
Tenney Construction
1 Review
Barton Hills
Ideabooks10,079
Questions9
white appliances
Couples home
“Ideal para isla en desnivel” — tonytot Design studio
Mirador Builders
1 Review
River Oaks Custom Home Houston, Texas
Ideabooks45
Questions0
River Oaks Custom Home Houston, Texas
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“Butler pantry” — emeraldgal24
Robert Mills Architects and Interior Designers
1 Review
Sorrento House Kitchen
Ideabooks83
Questions0
while ensuring the room maintains its open airy feel. The step that marks the transition from the kitchen to living space in this contemporary concrete home isn’t high but still visually separates one side of the room from the other. The contrasting flooring material and the wide ceiling void also provide
“Love this with clean look and use of concrete.” — pjmcn
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