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196 Built in traditional bunkbeds Kitchen Design Photos
Studio 212 Interiors
Would you consider this contemporary or transitional? I love the distressed look of the floor but wonder if that would be more of a traditional/transitional look.
examples of what Saltillo can look like white surroundings: The first picture is of a Manganese finish Hexagon floor. The Second picture is of a Traditional finish Square floor in a diagonal pattern. The third picture is the square Antique "old-world, reclaimed terracotta" finish.
They are wider than the traditional shaker door. I would say they are 2 1/2" to 3".
These are custom cabinets built by Jesse Bay Cabinetry, Port Orchard, WA
product did not offer coordinating baseboards and stair treads, so the stair treads shown in this home (in other photos on houzz.com) were custom built to match and distressed by hand.
Harry Braswell Inc.
GREEN with Envy: LEED Certified Whole House Renovation
I'm in NY and hoping to have a breakfast nook just like this one built. Would you be able to provide your upholsterer's contact info in order for me to see if they would be willing to fabricate cushions similar to the
Built in Fridge/Oven Wall. Pair this with built in cabinet pantry. See next pic.
built-in banquette without chairs. looks comfortable
Deluxe in Alexandria
Built in nook with open kitchen
Love the built in breakfast nook
Like the built in booth-eatting area
built-in banquette...built-in booth
Bigger island, built in book shelves
Built in China cabinet
Traditional kitchen design
Built in hutch...Nice built ins!
Kristin Lam Interiors
Contemporary. clean, warm kitchen
is Bosch, the refridgerator is a Kenmore professional built-in, stainless steel. The hood is stainless and glass from Futuro, Venice model. The double oven is stainless steel from LG. The stainless wine cooler is Uline. the stainless steel built-in microwave is form GE. The irridescent glass back splash
I love this color, I have been looking to achieve a grey color on my cabinets. I am ready to have them built, just waiting on the color. I can't achieve this color on regular oak, it has a reddish tint to it. Was the white oak much more expensive and readily
Drawers on one side, overhang for stools on the two ends. Sink in middle. Self under sink. Built in paper towel rack by shelf. Plug ins. Along shelf.
Bill Fry Construction - Wm. H. Fry Const. Co.
Palo Alto Kitchen
and entry of this house below are over radiant heat: http://www.houzz.com/photos/60037/small-guest-bathroom-design-by-Bay-Area-building-contractor-traditional-bathroom-san-francisco http://www.houzz.com/photos/60023/entry-with-glass-front-door-installation-by-Bay-Area-contractor-eclectic-entry-san-francisco
it's classically modern and sleekly traditional...gives me two looks I love in one cohesive room
Spend on systems that are built to last. These homeowners splurged on radiant heat throughout their home, a system that saves energy and increases quality of life. Just imagine stepping
Spend on systems that are built to last. These homeowners splurged on radiant heat throughout their home, a system that saves energy and increases quality of life. Just imagine stepping onto warm floors in winter! Aside from the benefits, a system like this makes a lot of sense to do sooner rather than
Elizabeth Swartz Interiors
Beachfront Cottage - Martha's Vineyard, MA
whites and natural stones and wood were used to create a light and airy feel that mirrors this beach front cottages surroundings. Custom cabinetry and built-in shelves were used to efficiently make use of the available space in a beautiful and sensible way. Despite it's size, this waterfront home now
Are the cabinets available at a retailer or were they custom built?
The cabinets are custom built by Crown Point Cabinetry of New Hampshire.
WHOLE HOUSE RENOVATION AND ADDITION Built in the 1940s, this cottage had an incredible amount of character and personality but was not conducive to the way we live today. The rooms were small and did not flow well into one another. The renovation of this house required opening up several rooms and
Since the house was built in the 1940's, the timbers could well be from the original construction.
Unusual mix of contemporary and traditional. Love the colors and textures. Beautiful Kitchen!
This built-in hood reminiscent of the plaster hoods from French country farmhouses, and stunning barn-wood ceiling contrasts with a modern tile backsplash and