549 building fire pit Kitchen Design Photos

Stephens Fine Homes Ltd
Executive Calgary Semi-detached
We are about to build and I wonder too about the popularity or even whether we would get tired of it. I plan on having lighter periphery cabinets and a darker island all
tile fire surround...Fire place...Fire place.
“small open concept kitchen” — frizzie06
Schrader & Companies
11 Reviews
Spur Road - Edina, MN
I love the open floor plan of this home ... I'm looking a building a ranch style home in the future and want sunken living room and I love this open floor plan for the kitchen with the fireplace ... who is the builder
love the layout of this kitchen and living room. Best part = the fire place! This is a great idea for placment
“I love how spacious this is.” — Designer Cabinets
Matthew Korn Architecture AIA
Sag Harbor
Grout: Custom Building Products #333 Alabaster Vendor: Country Floors Contact: Stephen Brooke 212.627.8300 15 East 16th Street New York, NY 10003 Subway Brique Backsplash Tile: Pattern: Tuileries Bordeaux Brique Tile size: 2-3/8” x 7-1/2” Grout: Custom Building Products #333 Alabaster
“dk/wh fire bordeau” — skikat02
FINNE Architects
22 Reviews
Eagle Harbor Cabin
corrugated metal siding, offset by the tall fireplace mass of Montana ledgestone at the east end. The house has a number of sustainable or “green” building features, including 2x8 construction (40% greater insulation value); generous glass areas to provide natural lighting and ventilation; large overhangs
“different contempory” — judycrasmusson
Brenda Olde
Bahamian Open House
to the complete destruction of the two largest houses in this part of Abaco during Hurricane Betsy in 1965, Phoebe and I decided to build lower, and in two small buildings joined by decks: the living room, dining room and kitchen under one roof, the bedrooms and baths under another. This would accomplish
to the complete destruction of the two largest houses in this part of Abaco during Hurricane Betsy in 1965, Phoebe and I decided to build lower, in two small buildings joined by decks," Dave writes. The living room, dining room and kitchen are under one roof (shown here), and the bedrooms and baths are
“Counter bottom” — Janie Worch
Malcolm Davis Architecture
1 Review
the height of counter tops. Can I do the same as pictured and not be constrained by this building/fire code requirement? (Is there a similar requirement where you had built this?)
Building code - sink and window counter top height
I love the generous windows in front of the sink and the open space underneath it. Unfortunately, in VA, there is a building code that requires that the window cannot be any lower than the
designer placed this floating sink directly in front of floor-to-ceiling windows.Do your research and find a professional, artist or manufacturer who can build your sink within your budget. If you take the time to do your research, custom pieces can sometimes be more cost effective than store-bought ones.
“great idea” — elsa2000
3 Reviews
Erie Loft
After years of ignoring its original warehouse aesthetic, due to a developer’s ‘apartmentizing’ of the building, this 2,400 square foot, two-story loft has been rehabilitated to show off its industrial roots. Layers of paint and drywall have been removed revealing the original timber beams and masonry
feeling usually associated with industrial lofts by giving the space a warm but rustic aesthetic that we think best represented the original loft building.
Thanks, Jane. The clerestory window is stainless steel and was salvaged from and old building. The bench is just a pop-up door with storage, not a drawer.
“Wooden wall” — paddy4lisa
Alix Bragg Interior Design
4 Reviews
Home Farm 1
hello, love the windows, would like to find out the width of the panels. are they 3 feet or more? And what is the size of your Nook? We re building a house with a 18 feet long nook and trying to decide on window sizes. also what is the height of your windows above finished floor? Thanks!
kitchen due to acids: citrus, red wine, etc. I cook every day and use lots of citrus, etc. I want a kitchen that I don't have to be too worried about pitting or staining or etching. I don't mind some aging/patina.
“Eating area” — kellymiller518
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