33 water feature in garden Kitchen Design Photos

Nar Fine Carpentry, Inc./Design.Build.Cabinetry
27 Reviews
Gold River Fun Classic. Nar Fine Carpentry. Sacramento. El Dorado Hills
Ideabooks481
Questions2
This fun classic kitchen in Gold River features Columbia frameless cabinets in Sandy Hook grey. A green glass backsplash in a random matte and polished pattern complements the cabinets which are faced with both painted wood and frosted glass. The Silestone countertops in the Lyra finish have an ogee
“breakfast bar.” — Melissa Sharrah
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Cat Mountain Residence
Ideabooks30,677
Questions41
Stools in this photo are available through Mr Bar Stool In Old City Philadelphia. They are available in over a variety of finishes. We don't have them featured on our website as of yet (www.mrbarstool.com) however you can order them from us by phone. Please call our sales desk @ 215-925-4800 or 1-800-STOOLS-1
“Backsplash tile” — kustomcd
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Cat Mountain Residence
Ideabooks65,846
Questions69
Hi - I'm very interested in the integrated door/window opening to the garden. Is it a steel system? Who made it?
The Bar Stools in this photo are available through Mr Bar Stool In Old City Philadelphia. We don't have them featured on our website as of yet (www.mrbarstool.com) however you can order them from us by phone. Please call our sales desk @ 215-925-4800 or 1-800-STOOLS-1
Hi Howard! The stools in the photo above are available on our site Shop DFO, http://www.shopdfo.com/seating/?sort=featured&page=2 If you have any questions please call me, I would be happy to help you. 1.855.336.8848 -Nick
“cool white kitchen” — Heather Calahan-Babcock
McClellan Architects
3 Reviews
Maui Modern
Ideabooks1,556
Questions4
We do work on projects both nationally and internationally. Many of our project feature off the grid aspects such as solar panels, geothermal heating, and rainwater collection. We are able to take these features as far as you would like to go with your project. If you would like to learn more about
I'm impressed by your work. Do you take into account off the grid into your wk? Solar, rain water collection, etc? and do u work in other countries?
“hawaii tile” — lasimmon
Great Spaces!
4 Reviews
The Heglar's Kitchen
Ideabooks190K
Questions343
and not so easy to clean? But love the look....what is your experience? found these at overstock...are they the same? http://www.overstock.com/Home-Garden/Antique-Copper-Finish-60-Watt-Glass-Lantern-Chandelier/4338599/product.html
Hi again! Yes...keep it the same! Hearth/Keeping rooms are a wonderful features in a home... Bring color into the space with your accessories and art. Good Luck to you dmaddry! Jo
“Contrasting island cabinetry, shade of wall tile and wall paint.” — Jamie Kanell Barry
BIGELOW + SILVER
3 Reviews
Pacific Heights
Ideabooks114
Questions0
type of oven and water spicket
love the oven hood as a feature
“Stove” — mvisconsi
DrewettWorks
10 Reviews
Arcadia Suburban Modern | Kitchen Appliance Wall
Ideabooks15
Questions0
materials add organic interest in the kitchen. A water wall built into a cabinet bank separates the kitchen from the foyer. The overall use of water in the house lends a sense of escapism. Featured in the November 2008 issue of Phoenix Home & Garden, this "magnificently modern" home is actually a suburban
Camelback Mountain from the entire main floor, guest house, and pool area. These main areas "loft" over a basement level featuring 4 bedrooms, a guest room, and a kids' den. Features of the house include white-oak ceilings, exposed steel trusses, Eucalyptus-veneer cabinetry, honed Pompignon limestone,
“Top of refrigerators.” — slonneczko
DrewettWorks
10 Reviews
Arcadia Suburban Modern | Kitchen
Ideabooks8
Questions0
materials add organic interest in the kitchen. A water wall built into a cabinet bank separates the kitchen from the foyer. The overall use of water in the house lends a sense of escapism. Featured in the November 2008 issue of Phoenix Home & Garden, this "magnificently modern" home is actually a suburban
Camelback Mountain from the entire main floor, guest house, and pool area. These main areas "loft" over a basement level featuring 4 bedrooms, a guest room, and a kids' den. Features of the house include white-oak ceilings, exposed steel trusses, Eucalyptus-veneer cabinetry, honed Pompignon limestone,
“Kitchen and Island” — jsjobe
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