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Port Ludlow House
living space is a two-story building volume containing several bedrooms and separate his/her office spaces. The interior finishes are simple and elegant, with IPE wood flooring, zebrawood cabinet doors with mahogany end panels, quartz and limestone countertops, and Douglas Fir trim and doors. Exterior
complementing the vast views out to the trees and water. The cabinets are zebrawood with sapele end panels that break up the stripes and add contrast. The elegant quartz and limestone countertops add to the organic feel. Two serving shelves attached with curved steel brackets are made of satin-edged glass — a
Integrate your tableBreakfast bars can sometimes look like a bit of an add on, projecting out from the kitchen units, but this elegant space shows how beautifully one can be included in your kitchen. Here, a chunky dining area in the same wood as the kitchen base units seems to grow out of the island
NB Design Group, Inc
Lake Washington Eclectic
NB Design Group built a display shelf above the kitchen's stainless steel prep area for the clients' antique wine jugs and elegant ceramics. A built-in marble ledge was made for the client's collection of old cutting boards. Putting them near the prep area means they're easily accessible for chopping
The Last Inch
the large modern black pendants over the island contrast nicely with the vintage exposed-brick walls. So simple, and yet the effect is dramatic and elegant. The restrained yet rich color palette of blacks, browns and brick red is also very successful.See more of this kitchen
Tim Wood Limited
Napoleon I: with clean lines and a simple, elegant look. With this brief, a bespoke kitchen was made from maple with birds eye maple panelling and ebonised black detailing. Black granite work surfaces and black appliances all combine to create an extremely elegant kitchen with a neoclassical and sophisticated
Fresh, clean, and elegant. Appliances would be upgraded to Subzero/Wolf.
Cooper Johnson Smith Architects and Town Planners
different family types and lifestyles and can even change uses as market demands change over time. These characteristics together with a timeless elegance and beauty support the firmness, commodity and delight required for truly sustainable living.